Something old, something new: For decades, production in the Granite Wash has been a steady, ongoing story – but the book is getting an exciting new chapter, thanks largely to horizontal drilling.
What’s next? Leaders of three AAPG Regions talk about anticipated activity and potential challenges their areas face in 2011.
When it comes to natural gas and its potential in the future energy mix, there’s both pessimism and optimism – depending on who’s talking.
The Nelson Field in Dorset, England, is the British Gas discovery featured in a new series of articles focusing on the history of petroleum geology.
It’s a wonderful life: Being named a winner of AAPG’s Pioneer Award never occurred to J. Myles Bowen – despite his prominent role in a number of huge industry success stories, including the Nelson Field.
Her amazing adventure, part II: AAPG member and EXPLORER correspondent Susan R. Eaton puts her scientific background to use as a member of the Elysium Expedition to Antarctica.
On the road again: February is going to be a busy month for AAPG’s Distinguished Lecture program.
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