Explorer Article

Round Two: The Coal vs. Gas battle continues, and the combatants come out swinging.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

The recent USGS assessment of the Bakken formation's potential has put a smile on many a face in the industry.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Unexpected treasures: The Bakken shale in Montana and North Dakota may one day be the Big Daddy of all shale plays.

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Explorer Article

Yes, there might be 250- 300 years worth of coal reserves in the United States as noted in a 1974 study – but new findings show the reality is that only a percentage of that coal is a viable resource, Robert B. Finkelman said during his talk at the Energy Minerals Division’s luncheon during the recent AAPG convention in San Antonio.

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Explorer Division Column EMD

Unconventional resources such as coalbed methane will become progressively more important worldwide as population continues to grow at an unprecedented – and possibly unsustainable – rate.

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Explorer Article

The Good, the Bad and the (Possibly) Ugly: An AAPG member assesses Iraq and the Middle East in terms of hydrocarbon potential, probabilities and possible consequences.

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Explorer Article

Let the exploration begin: Libya, a country for years off-limits to U.S. investment and operations, is finally on the menu.

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Explorer Division Column DPA

The AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition is the single greatest exercise in professional development that we have as energy geoscientists.

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Explorer President’s Column

AAPG has responded to the Security and Exchange Commission’s “Concept Release on Possible Revisions to the Disclosure Requirements Relative to Oil and Gas Reserves.'

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Explorer Article

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced on Dec. 11 that it is reviewing its oil and gas reserves disclosure rules first issued in 1978.

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