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The all-out action in Canada’s oil sands shows no sign of abating.

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The considerable hype about the Canadian oil sands action just keeps escalating — with good reason.

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Don't feel bad if you haven't grasped the uses and benefits of geophysical tools in unconventional plays -- you're not alone. But here's something you need to know.

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The need to understand deepwater gas hydrate systems is increasing. This article answers: The use of hydrate as an energy resource; The role of hydrate in seafloor stability; Hydrate linkage to shallow-water flow; The nature of hydrate system architecture.

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AAPG and the Petroleum Technology Transfer Council in early July signed a Letter of Intent for AAPG to assume management of PTTC activities.

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Today’s high product prices and demand for oil make tertiary recovery projects important and even necessary. Carbon dioxide injection, better known as CO2 flooding, is a technique of choice for enhanced recovery from older oil fields. Ironically CO2 tertiary recovery projects and sequestration research are stymied by the same, restrictive problem: There isn’t enough CO2.

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Eduardo Berendson, Valary Schulz, and Rebecca Dodge share their experience and expertise as part of AAPG's Visting Geoscientist Program, a program that brings professional geoscientists together with students from throughout the United States, Canada and 30 other countries.

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The 14 AAPG Position Statements have been reviewed and updated by the DPA Government Affairs Committee and approved by the AAPG Executive Committee, including the much-discussed Climate Change statement.

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Groups both pro and con battle passionately over offshore drilling in many regions of the United States -- and they battle so intensely that perhaps everyone is overlooking an obvious solution.

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Given the ongoing debate about the causes of global warming, there’s at least one generally accepted fact: “Greenhouse” gases present in the atmosphere prevent heat from escaping into space.

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