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Geothermal energy from lower temperature (low enthalpy) sources is an increasingly important source of renewable, sustainable energy. Welcome to an interview with Carlo Dietl, who works with both low and high enthalpy geothermal energy sources, and who discusses some of the recent breakthroughs in technology used in geothermal energy.

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Explorer President’s Column

A magic moment for me happened last year at the Division of Professional Affairs Heritage Luncheon at ACE in Houston. An actor portraying Wallace Pratt read from Pratt’s writing and told a large packed room that “Everything is possible, anything is possible.” In that time and place we believed.

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Explorer Division Column DEG

The famous phrase “I a geologist” is one from a young man 29 years of age named Charles Darwin. After his introduction to geology at the age of 21 by Adam Sedgwick, Darwin would eventually embark on the famous voyage of the Beagle which lasted from 1831 to 1836.

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Explorer Article

Susan Morrice is this year’s Norman H. Foster Outstanding Explorer.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Described as a “hidden gem,” Guyana’s deepwater potential is a winning “lottery ticket” that could transform the nation.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

If offshore drilling is depressed right now, why is so much of it going on? The offshore sector took a serious hit during the industry downturn as spending cuts limited project sanctions. But international research and consulting firm Wood Mackenzie expects 30 major offshore projects to win approval in 2018, and that’s only part of the story.

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Explorer Article

By now you are well aware of the dues increase that will take place for fiscal year 2019. Although the Executive Committee is very sensitive to the fact that nobody likes to see the dues amount increase, the reality is that we have little choice.

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