Explorer Article

The Department of Energy (DOE) envisions that recent advances in subsurface mapping, data collection, data dissemination and leveraging of oil and gas industry techniques can translate into widespread commercial adoption of enhanced geothermal systems (EGS).

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Energy Policy Blog

This is Energy Week in the House, bringing a flurry of hearings and votes. But, topics in the news may not be on the agenda; for example, induced seismicity is an area of public concern, but Congress will not be considering the topic.

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Energy Policy Blog

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grants natural gas export authorizations to non-Free Trade Agreement (FTA) countries unless the proposed exports will “not be consistent with the public interest.”

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Microseismic technology continues to pay its way as an exploration tool. A buried array installed in the Williston Basin is helping Newfield Exploration Co. of Denver increase efficiency, according to company geologists.

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The time-worn phrase 'everything old is new again' is an apt description for much of the revved-up activity in the oil patch these days.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

With an economy in decline and a population exodus only a few short years ago, North Dakota has transformed into a boom state, thanks to the Bakken formation. 

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Explorer Emphasis Article

The EXPLORER interviews Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and others about presiding over the national nexus of energy and environmental politics.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

As Colorado goes, so goes the nation when it comes to energy and environmental policy and the court of public opinion.

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The energy industry needs to do a better job of engaging communities near drilling sites and informing them of safe energy practices that protect human health and the environment according to Craig Walters, Anadarko Petroleum’s director of Wattenberg field operations in northern Colorado,

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Explorer Historical Highlights

May 14, 2014, Marks the 100th anniversary of the initial petroleum discovery at Turner Valley. The field sits at the leading edge of the Foothills Belt of the Rocky Mountains, just to the southwest of Calgary, Canada.

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