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It’s been a 2-D seismic look at Greenland – until now. With a 3-D look is a commercial discovery eminent?

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Proof positive: Nodal seismic technology lives up to its potential in the Gulf of Mexico.

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A whole lotta shakin’ is going on – but the matter of human induced seismicity remains a complex and heavily researched mystery.

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The tide is rising: Seismic company officials say that the industry mood – buoyed largely by offshore projects – is looking up.

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A crucial shortage in the world’s supply of helium-3 could have a serious impact on an important tool for the oil and gas industry.

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Going global: Not all shale gas basins are created equal – but countries all over the world are intrigued by the possibilities.

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Despite discouraging economic conditions over the last two years, development of the world’s vast resources of oil shale continues to make progress.

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Just because you study Mother Nature doesn’t mean she can’t play a trick on you.This is what 53 British master’s petroleum geoscience students plus four staff members from Imperial College London (ICL) discovered in April while visiting classical outcrops in the western United States.

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Deeper targets, higher excitement: Industry enthusiasm for shale gas (and oil) plays just keeps escalating – and the interest is going global.

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Wet and wild: The world’s increasing demand for hydrocarbons is a good sign that deepwater exploration will remain a key source of new global reserves.

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