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Zheng et al. provide evidence based on facies, geometry, and sandbody orientation and thickness that the incised-valley fill mentioned by Jiang et al. (2012) is in actuality a barrier island. Jiang et al. offer additional proof based on core, well logs, thin section, field study, seismic analysis, and well correlation to reinforce their original interpretation.
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This study uses hydrochemistry and environmental isotopes to quantify flowback volumes for fracturing fluids injected into the Qusaiba hot shale, Saudi Arabia. Less than 10% of the injected fluids were recovered while nearly 80% of the recovered fluid was formation water.
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The δ18O values of zoned dolomite-ankerite cements within shaly sandstone beds decrease with depth of burial in the Upper Cambrian Eau Claire Formation of the Illinois Basin. This trend is largely consistent across the basin as determined through secondary ion mass spectrometry.
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Two of the 10 Miocene sands in the Tubular Bells oil field, offshore Gulf of Mexico, are connected. Highly saline water from the deep Louann salt and dissolution of nearby salt account for the large variation in formation water chemistry as determined by isotopic and chemical analysis.
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Carbonates of the Frontier Formation, Uinta Basin, contain certain physical, petrographic, and isotopic characteristics best explained by the presence of sea-floor methane seeps. These seeps record episodes of hydrocarbon generation and demonstrate a potentially viable petroleum system.
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My participation in AAPG activities has always been a source of wonderful memories. To this day, I strongly believe that my active involvement in AAPG YP Chapter leadership was key to obtaining scholarships and advancing my geoscience studies.

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It is with great enthusiasm that the AAPG Foundation announces that Donald A. O’Nesky is the 2016 Chairman’s Award recipient. This award is given by the AAPG Foundation in recognition of persons who have made extraordinary contributions (monetary or service) to the AAPG Foundation while calling attention to the role and value of the Foundation.

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As the United States Strategic Petroleum Reserve approaches its 40th birthday and the world is awash in excess oil, the U.S. Department of Energy and Congress are taking a serious look at the reserve and its almost 700 million barrels of crude oil stored in 62 salt caverns in Texas and Louisiana.

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Calgary, site of the 2016 AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition, has been regarded to be generally free of natural hazards … until the summer of 2013, that is.

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This work demonstrates a modern workflow that directly extracts high-resolution, large-scale fracture networks from seismic inversion-based structural attributes. The workflow is successfully applied to a thrust-belt controlled, lower Triassic, siltstone reservoir in the Montney Formation of the Farrell Creek area in northeast British Columbia to extract a 3-D fracture network orthogonal to the primary stress direction.

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Known as a world-class source rock for years, the Eagle Ford Shale became a world-class oil reservoir early in the second decade of the 21st century. Anyone interested in the geology behind this remarkable play and the new ideas that reshaped the global energy supply should read this book.
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The nine papers in this special issue of the AAPG Bulletin published in 2006 are dedicated to structurally controlled hydrothermal alteration of carbonate rocks and reservoirs.
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This book, in digital download format, is a blueprint for your success, a must read for anyone stepping out on his or her own. Full of suggestions from financing options to networking strategies, this digital download will ease the apprehensions of those going out on their own.
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This Special Publication provides significant contributions at a pivotal time in our understanding of microbial carbonates when their economic importance has become established and the results of many research programmes are coming to fruition.
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Methane clathrate (CH4·5.75H2O) or (4CH4·23H2O), also called methane hydrate, hydromethane, methane ice, fire ice, natural gas hydrate, or gas hydrate, is a solid clathrate compound (more specifically, a clathrate hydrate) in which a large amount of methane is trapped within a crystal structure of water, forming a solid similar to ice. Originally thought to occur only in the outer regions of the Solar System, where temperatures are low and water ice is common, significant deposits of methane clathrate have been found under sediments on the ocean floors of the Earth.
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This zipped file contains geodatabase and xls (Excel) tables used by ExxonMobil in creating and editing geologic GIS feature classes and building attribute tables. AAPG Datapages, Inc. appreciates the efforts by the AAPG GIS Publication committee and ExxonMobil.
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These datasets depict the location and extent of oil and gas fields and pools across Pennsylvania, provide basic reservoir characterization data at the pool level (to the extent possible), and provide representative well-specific data to chronicle the evolution of the petroleum industry from the time of Drake’s well (Titusville, 1859) through the end of calendar year 2011.
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This is a regional study that stretches from Anderson County, Texas in the northeast to Fayette County, Texas in the southwest. The GIS data captures individual formations in the Wilcox Group, plus the Carrizo Sand unit: maximum sand thickness, net sand thickness, lignite thickness, resistivity of maximum sand thickness (to delineate ground water movement) and percent sand
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The data presented in the following files were sourced from the global heat flow database of the International Heat Flow Commission, which is managed by the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND USA.
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To ensure the breadth and depth of the technical program the AETC 2016 program committee has extended the abstract submission date to 15th of July. Don’t miss this chance to become part of this conference and submit your papers NOW!

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To ensure the breadth and depth of the technical program the AETC 2016 program committee has extended the abstract submission date to 15th of July. Don’t miss this chance to become part of this conference and submit your papers NOW!

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Region winning team from Institute Technology Bandung participate in the finals of the Imperial Barrel Award Challenge

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AAPG Africa Region in partnership with ExxonMobil Nigeria kicked-off a 5-day short course on Structural Geology in line with ExxonMobil Nigeria’s commitment towards developing Nigerian geoscientists under ExxonMobil Nigeria’s Universities Assistance Program, UAP.

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