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Revolutionary change in drilling methods may be here soon: Lasers have the potential to penetrate rock up to 100 times faster than conventional technologies.

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Creative perseverance was at the core of the success of the Agbami prospect in the deep waters of Nigeria — one of the world's 10 largest discoveries of the past decade.

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Exploration Activities: When it comes to finding oil and gas potential, the past year's exploration activities may have been very good, indeed.

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Neither rain, nor sleet, now snow nor the mountains of iceberg alley are stopping the industry in the Canadian East Coast offshore.

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Technology innovations in horizontal drilling and geosteering unlock the vast reserves of the Venezuela field Petrozuata.

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Economics and risk: Borehole imaging using microresistivity images have become important, efficient, cost-effective tools

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Intimidated at the wellsite? Geologists who keep up to speed on developments involving drilling fluids and new techniques can be enormously valuable.

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A new technology called dual gradient drilling has the potential to revolutionize deep-water drilling.

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Scientists are feverishly working to determine if the desolate land that is southwest Texas' Maverick Basin might develop into the next hot coalbed methane play.

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The reality of significant natural gas potential found in the Great Lakes region of North America continues to emerge, and states bordering the lakes are becoming yet another battleground for the U.S. energy debate.

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