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Back for more: Operators found new success when they took another look at Louisiana’s Wilcox play.

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Explorer Article

Jokers may be wild: Trying to predict what lies ahead for the energy industry, according to one expert, is a risky bet.

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Explorer Division Column DEG

As the new president of the Division of Environmental Geosciences I get to begin my tenure with my views and thoughts of an area that DEG, and AAPG in general, needs to address.

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Explorer President’s Column

An average of four dry holes are drilled through a giant field before the discovery is recognized, according to AAPG Sidney Powers Medalist Robert M. Sneider.

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A new study assesses the potential for recoverable unconventional resources in Poland.

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Recount: The U.S. Geological Survey offers a new estimate of the world’s undiscovered conventional oil and gas resources.

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Look again: The North Sumatra Basin, a world-class petroleum province since the late 19th century, is getting a 21st century reboot.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

A world-class technical program is in place for the AAPG International Conference and Exhibition in Singapore.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

What do the numbers indicate when measuring Niobrara tight oil success in Colorado?

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Try, try again: Test wells and seismic data have helped lead the way to success in theSan Juan Basin’s Mancos Shale formation.

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Workshop
Paramaribo, Suriname
Wednesday, 17 January Thursday, 18 January 2024, 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Plan now to attend an interactive in-person workshop with industry leaders, government representatives and technical experts working in the Guyana-Suriname Basin.

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DL Abstract

Climate change is not only happening in the atmosphere but also in the anthroposphere; in some ways the former could drive or exacerbate the latter, with extreme weather excursions and extreme excursions from societal norms occurring all over the earth. Accomplishing geoscience for a common goal – whether that is for successful business activities, resource assessment for public planning, mitigating the impacts of geological hazards, or for the sheer love of furthering knowledge and understanding – can and should be done by a workforce that is equitably developed and supported. Difficulty arises when the value of institutional programs to increase equity and diversity is not realized.

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