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AEG Member Benefits: Section Meetings
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Section meetings are the most tangible, relevant, and impactful of the benefits of AEG membership. A section meeting can act as a vehicle for continuing education on a familiar topic or a chance to learn something new. A section meeting can also be your connection with others working in your field, a time to socialize and develop a network of colleagues, and even a place to meet your next employer. Many members have found employment through their connection with AEG and attendance at section meetings.

For those passionate about their profession, a section meeting can invigorate and motivate a person on many levels. All geo-professionals and students should be encouraged to attend AEG section meetings for the immediate benefits they provide!
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AEG News call for submissions
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$71.5M funding program to support geothermal development in Eastern Caribbean
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The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) have approved a new $71.5 million loan and grant package, called the Sustainable Energy Facility (SEF), that will support geothermal and other sustainable energy development projects in the Eastern Caribbean. “A substantial focus of the SEF will be to provide seed resources to CDB’s GeoSMART Facility, which is being established to support geothermal energy development in the region,” Tessa Williams-Robertson, head of CDB’s Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Unit, said in a statement. “GEOSMART will provide financing instruments appropriate to address the level of risk associated with each stage of the geothermal development.”
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Aberdeen oil and gas services giant sees growth potential in sectors like shale
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WOOD Group has highlighted the appeal of unconventional oil and gas markets such as shale after winning more business in the USA. The Aberdeen-based firm said managing services in unconventional oil and gas basins presents a significant growth opportunity for the company. Spending on new offshore projects in areas such as the North Sea has been under pressure amid the plunge in the crude price since June last year.
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Geothermal system will save Nashville airport over $400K a year
Hydrogen Fuel News
By next summer, the Nashville International Airport will receive water for its cooling and irrigation systems via a geothermal system installed in the former Hoover Quarry, a 43-acre lake that holds stormwater runoff and is located next to the airport. The project is expected to save the airport nearly $430,000 annually in cooling costs for the next 50 years.
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