Explorer Issue: Explorer Issue
Current Issue: July 2017
The July issue of the Explorer is now online.
It’s our annual Unconventional Resources issue.
This issue includes a continuation of our “The Next 100 Years” series by taking a look at the status of Hubbert’s famous doomsday prediction of Peak Oil in light of the unconventionals renaissance.
We also have an update on the fate of hydraulic fracturing in the UK in the face of heated opposition from activists and rumored interference from Russia.
This issue also includes some highlights from this month’s Unconventional Resources and Technology Conference (URTeC), which includes a look at unconventional resource development in Saudi Arabia and developing methods for well refracturing.
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