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A joint effort by the Energy Minerals Division and the Division of Environmental Geosciences has been undertaken to compile peer-reviewed contributions of research and applications of geological sequestration of CO₂ being performed in the petroleum, energy minerals, and environmental fields into an AAPG special publication.

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Energy efficiency expert Amory Lovins believes the United States can reduce, even eliminate, its escalating consumption of oil.

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Amory Lovins wears many hats -- theoretical physicist, adviser to the U.S. auto industry and to the Pentagon. But during the luncheon address to the Division of Environmental Geosciences at the recent AAPG Annual Convention in Houston, Lovins added a new hat to his collection -- that of “wildcatter.”

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The theme of AAPG’s 89th Annual Meeting is “Perfecting the Search, Delivering on Our Promises.” In introducing this theme, I would first like to set the scene for the next generation’s energy future.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

An oil executive talking in the heart of the Gulf Coast pointed to an unexpected locale in forecasting the “it” place for future gas production. His pick to be the soon-to-be-crowned king of natural gas: the Rocky Mountains.

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The Rocky Mountain region is poised to become the center of U.S. onshore gas production. The reserves are there, Rutt Bridges told a gathering in Denver earlier this year, but the big question hovers: Is the price right?

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Environmental concerns are a major factor in all U.S. exploration, but it is especially true in the West. That includes Wyoming’s Pinedale Field, a tight gas sand giant in the northwest part of the Greater Green River Basin.

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Explorer Geophysical Corner

A project to design, construct and deploy a seafloor monitoring station across a deepwater hydrate mound in Mississippi Canyon Block 118 (MC 118) has been initiated by the Gulf of Mexico Hydrates Research Consortium, which comprises 15 universities, five federal agencies and several private corporations.

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The recent increases in petroleum prices have spurred renewed interest in the development of oil shale resources worldwide, including the vast deposits of the Green River Formation in Colorado, Utah and Wyoming.

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Even for a faith-based company drilling test wells in Israel, science is at a premium.

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Courtesy of AAPG and AAPG Datapages, two Discovery Series data sets have been donated free of charge for use as online teaching materials. Discovery Series 10 – Sandstone Petrology: A Tutorial Petrographic Image Atlas 2nd Edition and Discovery Series 15 – Carbonate Petrology: Interactive Petrography Tutorial, both authored by Kitty Milliken, have been posted online for easy accessibility.

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