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“Winning the future,” is how President Barack Obama characterized the challenge facing the United States in his State of the Union address. And while his goal lacked the specificity of President John F. Kennedy’s charge to put a man on the moon, Obama clearly wanted to mobilize the country.

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While shale gas producers continue to tout their production prowess, a few voices are starting to question the underlying economics of shale gas development.

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Since the time of my last EXPLORER column in December, the petroleum industry has experienced many changes.

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Science is the heartbeat of AAPG. It is the key for innovation in our industry, and AAPG is dedicated to finding new scientific developments and related new technologies.

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Explorer Article

Encore presentation: Last year was the biggest and most successful year ever for AAPG's international Distinguished Lecture program – and organizers are hoping this year brings more of the same.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Dangerous, or not so much? Some are anxious to give the public a different perspective on hydraulic fracturing.

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The circum-Arctic region has ample energy potential, but innovative technology is essential for future exploration. One research geologist explains the need for combining tried and true geology basics with new, creative methods to get the best results.

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BP’s Macondo well has been plugged using top-kill techniques, and the oil on the surface of the Gulf of Mexico is dissipating faster than many had predicted. The oil flow has stopped and the well has been sealed. This is very good news.

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A whole lotta shakin’ is going on – but the matter of human induced seismicity remains a complex and heavily researched mystery.

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As geoscientists we have a good understanding of many of the factors that can affect our industry – but one factor that we may understand the least is water.

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