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Growing pains: Shale gas is abundant in North America, but investment in production has to catch up with discovery.

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In concept, any type of mechanical vibration that is introduced into the Earth can be used as a seismic wavefield to illuminate and image subsurface geology. Seismic imaging does not always have to be done with controlled, sophisticated sources such as air gun arrays, vibrators or shot hole explosives.

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Field (trip) of dreams: AAPG Honorary Member Roger Slatt is leading a research team in a reservoir characterization study of the Barnett Shale.

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Not everyone got caught unprepared for the latest swing in the world’s financial situation – in fact, some companies in the geophysical industry are seeing possible silver linings in today’s cloudy conditions.

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It’s a small world after all: Nanotechnology has the potential make a big impact in the global energy picture.

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Explorer Geophysical Corner

This month's Geophysical Corner covers the exciting science of nanotechnology which is being introduced into reservoir characterization and monitoring. 

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Geological Survey recently released the first-ever assessment of technically recoverable gas hydrate resources – and as the fall 2008 American Geological Institute/American Association of Petroleum Geologists Science and Public Policy intern, I had the good fortune to listen in as AAPG member Tim Collett, the lead USGS scientist on the assessment team, gave a small group of Congressional staffers a crash course in gas hydrates.

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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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East Texas activity thriving: The Deep Bossier play in the Amoruso Field has all the potential components for a huge gas pay.

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An ongoing aggressive and focused effort to provide AAPG’s popular Distinguished Lecture program to all parts of the planet is taking a giant step forward this year.

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