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Since 1994, the Petroleum Technology Transfer Council (PTTC) has been a recognized force in the realm of technology transfer in the oil and gas industry.

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Alberta’s Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin (WCSB) is underlain by numerous, stacked coal seams permeated with methane, and contains twice the amount of gas in place than all of the CBM basins in the continental United

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Southwestern Energy Co. of Houston pioneered the Fayetteville shale play on the Arkansas side of the Arkoma Basin.

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Challenges in both new and old shale gas plays are forcing operators into innovative approaches.

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Coalbed methane can be described as a permeability “challenged” reservoir.

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It was not so long ago that time lapse, or 4-D, seismic was a technology that kind of hovered in the background, being applied only in specific situations, such as when a reservoir began producing erratically rather than as predicted.

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Call it a Russian miracle. Despite political, environmental and economic pressures, Russia’s Sakhalin oil and gas projects continue to advance.

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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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There is an increasing need for geologists who understand the development of unconventional reservoirs, such as exploitation of tight gas shales. One of the most interesting aspects of work force studies is the number of new jobs opening for geoscientists in energy-related fields worldwide.

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To some, the academic world of colleges and universities represents Ivory Towers, detached from reality. To the U.S. Department of Energy, they represent a crucial – and practical – research potential.

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