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A visit to the Dallas Convention Center during the AAPG Annual Meeting last April was all that would have been needed for you to travel to the four corners of the world.

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When once-rampant drilling activity in a region begins declining and the majors begin losing interest, 'it's all drilled up' becomes the common refrain.

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North Sea independents — small and otherwise — continue to find success.

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Deepwater exploration is, well, deep -- but it also raises a question: How much deepwater potential remains?

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It's been years — centuries? — in the making, but now the provisions of the United Nations' Law of the Sea are about to become a reality for states and the oil industry.

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Amy Myers Jaffe, speaking to the All-Convention Luncheon in Dallas, not only presented her synopsis on a looming oil crisis, but warned that geopolitical issues could lead to a déjà vu of the energy crises of 1973 and 1979.

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The winners will receive their awards at the opening ceremony of next year's annual meeting in Calgary.

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Three-D seismic and the explosion of processing techniques that have continually made the data more useful are a vital part of today’s exploration and production projects — but this proliferation has created a problem for oil companies: What to do with all that data?

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There's nothing closer to a rockhound's heart than the historically edifying field trip, where legions of geologists spend days scurrying up and down the outcrop with rock hammer, hand lens and notebook in hand.

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The third annual APPEX London, held in March at the IBIS West Brompton Hotel, demonstrated that this meeting has become a new major event on the petroleum professional's calendar. For those looking for prospects or properties, joint-venture opportunities and the latest in UK and international upstream information in a network contact environment, this was the place to be. About 300 'high level' management personnel attended.

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