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Like printing money in the field: Production just keeps going gangbusters in the Barnett shale play in north-central Texas.
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Energy companies, in an effort to recruit and retain the very best workers, are becoming very creative in their employee incentive packages. Here's a clue: Baby, you can drive my car ...
A look at industry, individuals and the "I" Formation -- Scott Tinker begins his season as AAPG's Distinguished Ethics Lecturer.
Putting the margin back in marginal fuels: A top Canadian energy expert believes his country needs to move past an oil and gas economy by integrating less attractive carbon fuels such as coal, coke, asphaltenes and biomass.
Changing times? Gloom-and-doom forecasts about the future energy scene has many people reconsidering the potential of nuclear energy.
Losing the paper: Structure maps are invaluable tools for prospecting; however, cumbersome and quickly outdated. Today online resources provide a solution.
Wave of the future? The coming era of full-wave imaging and digital seismic has improved success ratios but is North America behind?
Looks inviting, doesn't it? This is one of 15 drilling rigs that are working the Barnett shale play this year for Devon Energy -- almost all near Fort Worth in north Texas. Devon has the largest presence in the wildly successful Barnett play (with more than a half million acres under lease), and the play is proving to be successful for lots of others, too. But don't be fooled: As any Barnett shale operator can tell you, challenges remain.
Photo courtesy of Devon Energy.
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