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To be part of one of the AAPG Explorer's most popular issues.
October is the time for the Explorer's annual Gulf Coast issue, which means this month there will be a wide variety of articles that focus specifically on the oil and gas exploration and activity of this prolific region. That's right, the Gulf Coast region – both onshore and offshore – remains a dynamic and significant presence in the world's energy picture, and the next Explorer will be shining a bright light on its news.
This month's stories will include:
- A comprehensive analysis of the late August Gulf of Mexico; the deepwater is still hot with potential.
- A look at a decade's worth of lessons learned from Gulf operators.
- A new look at the prolific Wilcox in south Louisiana: The rebirth has begun.
- Results of a Texas study that assessed hydraulic fracturing and water resources.
But the October Explorer's scope also goes beyond the Gulf region, with new reports on how GPS technology is have an impact on exploration; part two of a personal report on a scientific-geologic expedition to Antarctica; and an historical look at exploration and geology in Venezuela.
Stories from around the world. Stories that focus specifically on the important U.S. Gulf Coast region.
It's an Explorer that people will be reading, and keeping, and reading again.
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