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Vive la difference! Boom times come, boom times go, but this time the industry seems better prepared to face the bust.

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Future shock? An impending demographic crunch and the projected shortage of qualified professionals could threaten Canada’s earth science sectors.

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Geoscientists exploring the Spraberry trend in Texas are supplementing 3-D seismic with advanced technologies to improve results.

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Today’s oil and gas industry faces a world of challenges – man-made and otherwise – but Saudi Arabia’s Ali Ibrahim al-Naimi says there are two things geoscientists should seek: Stability and survival.

Emphasis: Rocky Mountains

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The Covenant was so promising, but what else does Utah hold up its sleeve? The search for additional fields continues in a challenging, complex region.

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Growing pains: Shale gas is abundant in North America, but investment in production has to catch up with discovery.

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Careful, careful … The environmentally sensitive regions of the American West are sparking increasing interest in new cable free seismic systems.

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A gift from above: North Dakota’s Red Wing Creek Field is among a handful of oil and gas fields in the world that can trace its potential to meteorite impact.

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That was then, this is now: A new economic reality hits the Rocky Mountains, and state budgets are feeling the pinch.

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U.S. rig count numbers are down – but that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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