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The rest of the story? High expectations dominate current outlooks for U.S. energy independence, but a past AAPG president warns against overenthusiasm on shale capacity.

Explorer Emphasis

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The Santos and Campos basins continue to be the world's hottest spot in deepwater and ultra-deepwater exploration.

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The U.S. Geological Survey crunched some more numbers with their eyes on the Bakken Formation in North Dakota and Montana. The results are in and the estimates are even larger.

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Terry Engelder is a professor at Penn State and expert on the Devonian black shales – all of which has brought a bit of celebrity expertise to the campus and the Marcellus Shale.

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A new technical paper takes a look at the ongoing exploration success that can be found in the eastern Mediterranean's Levant Basin

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Bottoms up! The successful Barnett play is getting a second look, thanks to a new study that took a bottomsup approach to determines areas with the best potential.

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Leader of the pack: North America heads the 2012 global E&P developments list – surprise, surprise – with oil production in Canada and the Gulf of Mexico all contributing to the boom.

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A new study assesses the potential for recoverable unconventional resources in Poland.

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Recount: The U.S. Geological Survey offers a new estimate of the world’s undiscovered conventional oil and gas resources.

Explorer Regions and Sections

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The Vaca Muerta is now a leading shale play in Latin America. Check out this article on the workshop AAPG recently held in Buenos Aires.

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