November 2009

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Somehow, some day, somewhere: A major new discovery was announced in California – but not the location. Still, there were some clues…

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Shale gas plays can pose a tough problem – but hydraulic fracture stimulation may be the answer.

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The next slate of candidates for the House of Delegates has been announced by HoD Chairman Steve Sonnenberg.

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EXPLORER scores high with readers – take a look at readership survey results.

Emphasis: International

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Sweet smell of success: A run of offshore discoveries have made Brazil the oil industry’s story of the century – and the celebration there may just be starting.

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European researchers, inspired by gas shale successes in the United States, have started a database in hopes of finding similar success for their continent.

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If the university-sponsored geologic field camp is to survive and prosper, some believe it will only do with an infusion of international geoscience students.

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It’s a small world after all: Eight geology students from Nigeria experience an outdoor geology classroom in Montana during AAPG’s inaugural Immersion Field Experience.

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When it comes to geothermal energy, Germany is feeling the heat – literally and figuratively – beneath its feet.

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Iraq ranks right up at the top of hydrocarbon-rich countries worldwide with the potential to overtake any country in production.

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