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Years of damage and destruction have earned the GOM the title “Hurricane Central.” But how bad is it? The Minerals Management Service provides some suprising answers.

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There are differences between CO2 flooding for EOR and long-term geological carbon sequestration. Sequestration requires injecting large volumes of CO2 through the smallest number of wells possible, and ensuring the CO2 remains confined over long periods of time. The technical challenges are issues of scale.

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An estimated 10 million people worldwide learned about earth science through program promotions, education efforts and media coverage during Earth Science Week held in October, according to the American Geological Institute.

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Drink up: Resource plays have uncorked an abundance of new opportunities, and almost all of them demand geologists be familiar with the “Sideways” approach. (Hint: Here a lateral move isn’t a bad thing.)

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Gas shales have advanced to an economic gas play since the year 2000 thanks to a combination of high gas prices, shale reservoir characterization and advances in drilling and completion technology.

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Natural gas has fueled Egypt’s climb to one of the top plays on the international arena.

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Victoria’s Secret (no, not that one) is reminding people that what they see at first is not always what they get later.

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And now, the rest of the story: Production from some big-name field developments in the Gulf of Mexico is finally about to begin.

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Who knows? It’s a safe bet that carbon sequestration has a big future, but how that’s going to occur remains a gamble.

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A story to be shared: U.S. geologists may know all about the Fayetteville Shale, but the innovations that have helped bring success there are getting a global spotlight.

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