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The phenomenon of paleo-OWCs may be more widespread than previously thought and could, in fact, be responsible for some previously unexplained exploration failures.

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Avery Island sits atop the highest of five salt domes in southern Louisiana. Tourists not only find wildlife and beautiful scenery but salt, Tabasco® Sauce and a producing oil and gas field.

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Oil is produced from the Manderson Field, in Wyoming's Big Horn County, from a fracture system with possible significant lateral connectivity -- so characterizing the fractures in this field is of great importance.

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Deep water play in the Gulf of Mexico keeps getting deeper and hotter. A look at some discoveries in 5-6,000 feet of water shows how they may propel the industry into the Gulf.

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Exploration in the deep water Gulf of Mexico may be even better than the success of drilling on the Gulf shelf. The deep offshore Gulf has more remaining, recoverable resources than the shoreward provinces. Recent discoveries seem sure to increase resource projections for the Gulf.

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In the past decade AAPG's Distinguished Lecture program has become a global effort. The 1999-2000 speaker season, fully support by the AAPG Foundation to keep the costs low, is combining with SEG for the first jointly sponsored Distinguished Lecturer.

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What's the attraction? Oil -- and lots of it. Libya's combination of enormous oil fields and large areas that are only lightly explored attract international investors.

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A deadly combination of depressed oil prices and serious internal strife haven't slowed down companies busy drilling and developing some of the most prospective acreage in the world in deep waters offshore West Africa.

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Best technical presentations at an AAPG annual meeting for both students and members have been announced for the recent conference in San Antonio.

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Earthquakes in the center of the country. It's a great story, but whether true or not, a big question remains: Could it happen again today?

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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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