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Explorer Geophysical Corner

In this article, we discuss other efforts directed at performing an integrated assessment for the prospects in the Barents Sea, and lowering exploration risk in the future.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

AAPG is about community, and it has been since our founding Members gathered together in Tulsa, Oklahoma more than 100 years ago.

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Explorer Article

The AAPG-SEG 2017 International Conference and Exhibition will be held Oct. 15-18 at the ExCel convention centre in London, UK. (This one was in the June Explorer, but I’d like to retain it for the online version of the July Explorer.)

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Explorer Emphasis Article

As AAPG’s International Conference and Exhibition heads to London this fall, it will coincide with an anniversary of sorts. Almost a year ago to the day, the British government overturned a decision by local planners to allow a privately-owned British exploration company to once again conduct hydraulic fracturing operations in the region.

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Explorer Geophysical Corner

Determination of petrophysical properties such as water saturation, effective porosity and permeability, can be carried out using extended elastic impedance approach.

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Explorer Article

The AAPG-SEG 2017 International Conference and Exhibition will be held Oct. 15-18 at the ExCel convention center in London, UK.

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Explorer Article

Independent geologist Denise Cox, president of Florida-based Storm Energy, has been voted president-elect of AAPG for the 2017-18 term.

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wwwUpdate Blog

Get involved in AAPG N.E.T., an online space for TIGs and SIGs where you can Network, Engage and Talk with other geoscientists.

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Explorer Geophysical Corner

Many areas of the western Barents Sea host shallow as well as deep-seated hydrocarbon accumulations from which fluids are migrating to the sea floor. Evidence of past episodes of gas migration can be seen in the form of pockmarks on the sea floor as well as vertical pipes or chimneys on seismic sections.

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