A tasty treat: Horizontal drilling has orchestrated a booming new oil and gas play in the Mississippi Lime, keyed to the presence of chert, tripolite, dolomite and vertical fractures. Do you know the Mississippian? Take a deeper look as these geologists revisit these explored reservoirs.
This led to that: Geologists – including one already known as the “Father” of the play – explain some of the key factors controlling well productivity in the Marcellus Shale.
Redefining: LNG hasn’t gone away – it’s now just a part of a different global game.
Climate control? An AAPG member starts a website to monitor global news and social media coverage of climate change activity.
Spotlight On: Special awards recipient Tony Doré reflects on his career, his impact, and his music.
Still looking: The eastern Gulf of Mexico remains off-limits to exploration, but that hasn’t stopped geoscientists from studying the region’s potential.
Historical Highlight: Persistence and teamwork led to the 1983 discovery of the giant Caño Limon field in Colombia’s Llanos Basin.
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