A crucial shortage in the world’s supply of helium-3 could have a serious impact on an important tool for the oil and gas industry.
Sweet sound of success: The spotlight turns to oil in the Bakken shale, and the focus was squarely on the sweet spots.
Going, going ... gone? Valuable geoscience data may be lost forever without some fast and effective preservation efforts.
Candidates’ comments have been captured on video so now not only may you read about officer candidates you may meet them virtually.
Keeping your members in AAPG current is made easy with online dues payment.
It's an inaugural event and registration is now open. Learn how the Arctic Technology Conference, like OTC, may open up the harsh climate for exploration and production.
The tide is rising: Seismic company officials say that the industry mood – buoyed largely by offshore projects – is looking up.
With lower gas prices shale plays look more attractive resulting in increased seismic data to help find that liquid component.
A whole lotta shakin’ is going on – but the matter of human induced seismicity remains a complex and heavily researched mystery.
Proof positive: Nodal seismic technology lives up to its potential in the Gulf of Mexico.
It’s been a 2-D seismic look at Greenland – until now. With a 3-D look is a commercial discovery eminent?
Hostile – but fragile: Seismic crews were challenged by the environment for an operation in the transition zone of Canada’s Mackenzie Delta region.
A do-over is great in any game and when it's a seismic pass the new information in the Adaman Basin off India’s east coast unveils a fascinating tectonic history.
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