HomeScience Discipline Business and Economics

Business and Economics

AAPG N.E.T.
Coming Soon!
Recent Posts
No posts yet.

Explorer Article

8473
 

Shale formations can confound even the savviest geoscientist when it comes to determining the inner workings of the rock. After expert evaluation, even the most attractive prospecting deal can be a tough sell. And there’s almost always a new piece to each of these puzzles that requires some sophisticated high-tech explaining.

8467
 

Houston grew into the energy capital of the United States, and possibly the world, through more than a century of growth. But its fate as an energy center was seeded in the space of just 125 days, in a story of disaster followed by discovery.

8057
 

In 2007, as part of its long-term strategic energy plan, the government of Newfoundland and Labrador created Nalcor Energy, its arms-length crown corporation responsible for leading the development of the province’s energy resources.

Explorer Division Column DEG

8079
 

A look at three main environmental issues that must be considered in the utilization of natural gas as a primary fuel source for the next several decades.

Explorer Emphasis

8067
 

Imagine the insight to be gained from showing every aspect of an already drilled prospect, whether good or bad, to an audience of your peers for scrutiny. We’re talking peers from a company other than your own. There’s an industry forum that exists for this purpose.

8052
 

Winning Hearts and Minds: Colombia and Latin American prospects offer high promise and difficult hurdles in the form of local political and public resistance.

8051
 

Amid the backdrop of a comparatively soft market for the seismic industry in the coming year or so, oil and gas producers are watching Mexico with considerable expectation after the country passed historic constitutional reforms late last year to end the 75-year-old state monopoly on Mexico’s abundant oil and gas resources.

8050
 

Seismic Outlook: After several years of plenty, 2014 is expected to be a comparatively lean year for the seismic industry, a few localized hot-spots around the world notwithstanding.

Explorer Policy Watch

8589
 

Congressional Republicans want greater public access to scientific data used as a basis for determining the need for air pollution regulations.

8066
 

The first seismic surveys of the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) since 1988 could happen in the next two years – if the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) finalizes the required environmental impact statement (EIS) in the next few months.

Workshop

Ho Chi Minh Viet Nam 25 May, 2014 28 May, 2014 7913
 
Ho Chi Minh, Viet Nam
25-28 May 2014

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together all stakeholders necessary to consider the potential bottle-necks and pinch point related to optimising a field’s production given a full understanding of the necessary components from the reservoir to the well-head.

Coming Soon

Check back often. "Find an Expert" feature is coming online soon!