Going deeper: The Gulf Basin Depositional Synthesis project continues to prove that there’s still much to learn about the Gulf of Mexico.
The golden oldie: Operators’ eyes tend to light up when talking about the Permian Basin, with good reason – the venerable play is not only still going strong, it keeps providing exciting new chapters to its history.
For the beauty of the earth: Canadian geology professor Nick Eyles has become an award-winning media sensation thanks to his books and TV series that entertain and inform the public by showcasing the best of earth’s geologic wonders.
Wolfberry isn't the latest flavor at the smoothie bar, but it may be the tastiest discovery in the past 50 years in the Permian Basin.
ProTracks: Let’s make a deal: OK, you know your prospect has enormous potential. Do you have what it takes to be a closer?
Fueling the Future: The technical program – featuring more than 400 presentations – is complete for this year’s AAPG International Conference and Exhibition in Singapore.
Announcing URTeC: Three of the world’s leading oil and gas professional societies in 2013 will launch the first technology conference with a focus on unconventional resources in Denver.
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