Explorer Director’s Corner

One year ago this month I was sitting in AAPG’s GEO-DC office at the American Geosciences Institute in Alexandria, Va., when a 5.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the state.

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

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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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Surprise! Ordinarily a target for oil production, the Cretaceous Niobrara formation is proving to be more versatile in Colorado’s Piceance Basin.

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What goes up must come …: Despite the seemingly never-ending cycles of boom and bust, operators in the Rocky Mountain region are finding ways to stay in the game.

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Coming clean: Service companies are spinning out new hydraulic fracturingtechnologies that promote environmentally sensitive practices.

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A collection of 90 abstracts of papers presented at the Hedberg Conference in Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer, France in July 2012. Topic of the conference was the Fundamental Controls on Flow in Carbonates.

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A new report from the U.K., headed by a petroleum geologist who's familiar to AAPG audiences, recommends caution and some restrictions for use of hydraulic fracturing in new areas.

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Shale List Grows: Production from unconventional reservoirs, particularly shale, has been a boon to U.S. domestic natural gas stockpiles.

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Something old, something new: The venerable Austin Chalk has been a part of the U.S. oil story for more than three decades – but a new assessment by the U.S. Geological Survey has added a new chapter to its tale.

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Short Course
Houston, Texas
Thursday, 14 March 2024, 8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

This half-day short course will familiarize attendees with the planning and execution of a whole core project. It's intended for those who plan to take core on CCUS projects including Geologists and drilling engineers.

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