Anne C. Draucker | View Sven Egenhoff
Chevron, Bakersfield, California
- California State University, Bakersfield (B.S. in Geology, 2003)
- California State Unvirsity, Bakersfield (M.S. in Geology, 2007)
- AAPG (Member since 2002), Pacific Section, San Joaquin Geological Society
- SPWLA (Member since 2015)
- Joined 2002, Active Member;
- Vice President, Energy Minerals Division, AAPG, 2014-15;
- President, San Joaquin Geological Society, 2014-15;
- Exhibits Chair, Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention in Bakersfield, 2014;
- President- Elect, San Joaquin Geological Society, 2013-14;
- Judging Chair, Pacific Section AAPG Annual Convention in Monterey, 2013;
- AAPG Delegate, 2012-2015 & 2016-2018, from Pacific Section/SJGS;
- Member of HoD Resolutions Committee 2012-13
- Chair of HoD Resolutions Committee 2013-14
- Member of HoD Honors and Awards Committee 2014-15
- Vice President, SJGS, 2009-10;
- Secretary, SJGS, 2008-09.
EMD is an amazing division with a wealth of talented contributors and fascinating, pertinent science. From positioning ourselves for the future with astrogeology, to leveraging immediate trends in unconventionals, EMD is at the forefront of providing excellent content to our members. It’s been my honor to serve the division this last year, especially to learn about the sheer volume and diversity of activities being conducted. I look forward to learning more, and sharing our mutual enthusiasm for great geology in action!
Sven O. Egenhoff | View Anne Daucker
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
- University of Clausthal, Germany (Pre-Diploma, B.A.-equivalent, in Geology, 1991)
- University of Heidelberg, Germany (Diploma, M.S.-equivalent, in Geology, 1996)
- Technical University, Berlin, Germany (Dr.rer.nat, Ph.D.-equivalent, in Geology, 2000)
- AAPG (Member since 2006)
- RMAG (Member since 2006)
- IAS (Member since 1997)
- GSA (Member since 2006)
- Joined AAPG 2006, Active Member;
- Vice-Chair of the EMD Shale Gas and Liquids Committee (2011-present).
EMD has been, and is well-positioned to further its role as the forward-looking group of geoscientists intending to advance knowledge about emerging, emerged, and not yet emerged energy resources. I see it as our role to bring critical topics related to unconventional resources to AAPG’s attention, and foster a collaborative relationship between industry, academia, and government to address them. Shale gas/oil, uranium, oil shale, CBM, coal, hydrates—all of this is a part of our energy future and many of us are engaged in these commodities. Let’s better understand the geological aspects of unconventionals through a strong and vibrant EMD.