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The best of the best: Petrobras and partners scored big headlines and a potentially exciting future last year with the big discovery at the Tupi Field.

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While fighting off critics with his left hand, King Hubbert continued research and writing with his right. The following are sketches of some of his papers before and after the bell ringing (not necessarily in chronological order).

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A curve in the road: Everyone knows about King Hubbert’s controversial “Hubbert’s Curve,” but what do you know about the man?

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The Joint Committee On Petroleum Reserves Evaluator Training (JCORET) has approved bylaws toward its purpose of developing or approving training courses for geoscientists and engineers concerned with reserves evaluation.

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Oil and gas activity in South Louisiana is gaining attention in the northern part of the state. Some of its very old fields are being revitalized big-time.

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In reserve estimation, one thing is more proven than probable: The numbers can be open to interpretation. That point, which was made frequently at the Multidisciplinary Reserves Conference, held in late June in Washington, D.C., co-sponsored by AAPG and SPE, has certainly gotten the attention of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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In reserve estimation, one thing is more proven than probable: The numbers can be open to interpretation. That point, which was made frequently at the Multidisciplinary Reserves Conference, held in late June in Washington, D.C., co-sponsored by AAPG and SPE, has certainly gotten the attention of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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See how the Barnett shale gas plays in the Fort Worth Basin.

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The Gulf of Mexico is not a paradise of exploration. There is hurricanes and deep water depths, but it is available to oil companies around the world. Learn about all of the challenges.

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Explorer Policy Watch

This month’s column is a summary of outcomes of events that AAPG members have participated in that relate to the efforts of the GEO-DC office. Most of the activities have an element of “global” or “international” import as well as a U.S. domestic slant.

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