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The carbonate and siliciclastic outcrops of the Guadalupe Mountains in the Permian Basin of West Texas and New Mexico have provided a rich set of basic and advanced conceptual models for geologists across the entire spectrum of experience for carbonate-ramp and steep-rimmed–platform settings as well as the adjacent deep-water siliciclastics not dealt with here.
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Attend the premier event focused on the latest science and technology applied to the exploration, appraisal, analysis, and development of unconventional resources. URTeC remains the only event that brings the entire asset team together under one roof to connect on all things unconventional.

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Don't allow your company to miss the industry's premier science-based conference and marketplace for unconventional exploration, drilling, and production technologies. Secure your sponsorships and book your exhibit space to be a part of the most vibrant and vital integrated science and technology event for unconventional play development.

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Register now for ACE 2017 and experience a remarkable week of science, networking, activities and commemorations celebrating a century of the world’s best geosciences.

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A limited number of scholarships for ACE 2017 registration are now available to displaced geoscientists and energy professionals. Eligible applicants will pay just 50% of the standard rate for the full convention, including all technical sessions, networking events and the exhibition. Find out more!

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Explorer Article

 

The Permian Basin has been known for black gold and clear methane for almost 100 years. Today, it’s just as closely associated with little green pieces of paper. Those dollars are flowing into the area as fast as oil and gas are flowing out. Companies and investors dropped almost $30 billion into Permian deals last year.

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For the first time since the oil price collapse in November of 2014 and the difficult restructuring of our industry that followed, there are some signs of life returning to the oil patch.

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Explorer Emphasis

 

Fasken Oil and Drilling Info have a data set encompassing hundreds of square miles and thousands of wells, and they’re willing to share.

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Explorer Historical Highlight

 

A few months after the founding of AAPG in early 1917, the first description of the Wolfcamp Formation was published in the University of Texas Bulletin No. 1753 titled “Notes on the Geology of the Glass Mountains” by J. A. Udden, on Sept. 20, 1917.

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Register Now and Power Up! Join us April 28 - May 2, 2017 at Horseshoe Arena in Midland, Texas - register by April 4 to take advantage of early bird pricing.

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Midland Texas United States 29 April, 2017 02 May, 2017 34346
 
Midland, Texas, United States
29 April - 2 May 2017

Save the date for the Southwest Section Annual Convention. April 29, 2017 in Midland Texas.

Houston Texas United States 29 April, 2017 29 April, 2017 37579
 
Houston, Texas, United States
29 April 2017

This 1-day course is designed to provide participants with a modern appreciation of the full spectrum of deep-water reservoirs, their mechanisms of transport and deposition, their stratigraphic architecture, their predictive characteristics, and their 3D heterogeneity.

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Houston, Texas, United States
29 April 2017

This course is based on the systematic, comparative interpretation of modern, long offset, regional seismic profiles with time and depth migration and several suites of selected 3D data in the deep-water realm from around the world ...

Houston Texas United States 23 May, 2017 24 May, 2017 37585
 
Houston, Texas, United States
23-24 May 2017

The goal of this Geosciences Technology Workshop is to identify and describe how drones and UAVs using new sensors and analytics may help optimize the exploration and production of oil and gas, and to reduce costs and find innovative cost-saving solutions for problems.

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