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The United Kingdom has long flirted with the prospect of attempting to emulate the United States’ success with hydraulic fracturing for cheap and plentiful shale gas, but a recent study raises doubts.

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Headlines out of Europe of late indicate an aggressive transition away from fossil fuels. But will market forces allow it?

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The Europe Region Young Professionals had the privilege of hosting several YP events during the recent 2017 AAPG International Conference and Exhibition in London.

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The best known name associated with the birth of the modern oil industry is “colonel” Edwin Drake, who in 1859 drilled his famous well in the Oil Creek Valley in Pennsylvania that led to the first oil boom in the United States. Simultaneously, however, oil prospectors were equally busy in the Carpathians.

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Heightened creativity. Enhanced problem-solving and decision-making. Improved risk management. These are just some of the benefits of diverse workplaces, according to panelists for a special session at the AAPG International Conference and Exhibition.

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The resurgence of the Permian Basin in the United States led directly to the concept of the “super basin”: a mature basin that can be rejuvenated to produce as much or more oil and gas than it has so far. Another archetype for super basins lies 1,000 miles southeast of the Permian, in the onshore/offshore Sureste Basin of Mexico.

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Can super basins save the planet? IHS Markit, the international industry analysis firm, estimates the world will need to replace production of more than 14.5 billion barrels of oil equivalent annually by the year 2040.

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Delegates Voice Article

The House of Delegates has approved the list of 2018 HoD honors and award winners.

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The House of Delegates has approved the list of 2018 HoD honors and award winners.

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