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It doesn’t take an official proclamation to recognize that unconventional hydrocarbons have catapulted to the top on the oil patch buzz-o-meter scale.

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Imagine your comfort level when drilling a well if you knew with absolute certainty there were hydrocarbons in the target reservoir. This is not a pipe dream.

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Explorer Regions and Sections

The technical program and registration both will be available in early June for the AAPG European Region Energy Conference and Exhibition, which will be held Nov. 18-21 in Athens, Greece.

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“Geopolitics and headlines have been controlling oil prices for easily the past seven years,” noted Michael J. Economides.

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It’s unusual for researchers to predict where future exploration will discover elephants, the world’s largest oil and gas fields. It’s even more unusual when they turn out to be right.

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Quantity, not quality: The past year saw only a few jaw-dropping discoveries, but some important world developments opened new areas, bolstered existing production and provided a solid foundation for the future.

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No one would question there’s an ongoing high level of activity in Saudi Arabia’s oil patch.

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Explorer Director’s Corner

Earlier this summer I traveled through Europe with then President-elect Lee Billingsley and European Region President John Brooks. We were taking a tour that started in Oslo, Norway, then headed to Moscow and ended in Vienna for the EAGE annual meeting.

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Explorer President’s Column

In August I attended the North American Prospect Expo in Houston, also known as Summer NAPE. The show was a success with over 500 booths and 5,000 attendees, and it provided a great opportunity as president of AAPG and vice president of Abraxas Petroleum to visit with a wide variety of geologists.

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Explorer Article

Summer NAPE was a sizzlin’ event at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston -- which was sizzlin’ in a whole different way during the “dog days” of late August.

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