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Steer clear of trouble: A new downhole tool, created to help drillers stay in the “sweet spot,” claims to be a GPS system for subsurface navigation.

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The more the merrier: Geophysical crews set a productivity record in Oman by using two or more vibroseis trucks at the same time.

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Explorer Readers Forum

The recent drop in oil and gas prices will make life tougher for those of us working in shale plays such as the Bakken, Barnett, Haynesville, Marcellus, Woodford (U.S.), Domanic (Russia), Mako (Hungary) and many others around the world.

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A new grant-in-aid has been established in memory of Jay McMurray, a uranium consulting geologist who worked on dozens of international projects.

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AAPG made history and was part of history during AAPG President Scott Tinker's recent European Region tour. The tour, lasting from Sept. 22 to Oct. 2, marked the first-ever presentation by an AAPG president to a German geologic association.

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There’s a vocabulary screen saver for some computers called Word of the Day.

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Put your best guess forward: A lot of questions cloud the outlook for geophysical activities in the coming year.

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The Dead Sea is a geological treasure chest, with salt features, mineral-rich waters, natural asphalt, and - most tantalizing of all – oil prospects.

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State-of-the-art technology is fine, but sometimes the best path to North Sea success is to rely on “old fashioned geology.”

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The U.S. Geological Survey recently completed an assessment of undiscovered conventional oil and gas resources in all areas north of the Arctic Circle – and the numbers are a bit eye-popping.

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