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How big is big? A team of U.S. Geological Survey geologists is doing a new assessment of – and taking a “long” look at – the unconventional potential of the Arkoma Basin.

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The Petroleum Technology Transfer Council has been awarded a $4 million grant by the U.S. Department of Energy to provide training opportunities focused for U.S. independent producers.

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When it comes to geothermal energy, Germany is feeling the heat – literally and figuratively – beneath its feet.

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Sweet smell of success: A run of offshore discoveries have made Brazil the oil industry’s story of the century – and the celebration there may just be starting.

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Shale gas plays can pose a tough problem – but hydraulic fracture stimulation may be the answer.

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WEB EXCLUSIVE: A comprehensive look at the use of cutting-edge technology in Egypt’s Western Desert – including the application of new seismic, drilling and stimulation operations – helped make AAPG’s first international Geoscience Technical Workshop a big success.

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Air power? Getting heavy drilling equipment into challenging areas – the Arctic, for example – may be easier thanks to an old idea’s merging with a new concept.

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Telling a new story: “Nano-reporters” are the smallest “next big thing” for the energy industry, and what they’re finding has the potential to dramatically impact oil recovery rates. 

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Oil and gas finders are enamored with the Williston Basin these days, looking for the next big find in the upper Devonian-Lower Mississippian Bakken formation.

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There’s a lot of talk about the need for more natural gas in the energy mix. But there’s a big, unanswered question: How are we going to get the gas?

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