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This story will bug you: Biosteering is making a huge impact in today's global quest for and production of oil and gas.

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Take a hard look at your stated incentives — are you really rewarding the behavior you want?

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What does past and present activities on the world's deepwater provinces tell us about the future? (Hint: The answer is 'a lot.')

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APPEX 2002 attracts more than 2,000 people to Houston's George R. Brown Convention Center, proving that an already successful event can be even bigger and better.

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The dead sea? Not any more — companies are returning to the shelf to be part of the Gulf of Mexico's deep gas play.

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Results of the most recent Gulf of Mexico lease sale indicate that companies are going deep — both geologically and in water depth.

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The most ambitious Distinguished Lecture effort in the program's history is announced for 2002-03.

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With a patented technology that allows it to shoot seismic so it does not disturb urban areas, one Denver-based company is moving into suburbs and other cityscapes to search for oil and gas deposits.

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Cairo 2002: The program is set and final preparations are being made for Cairo 2002, AAPG's next international conference.

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More than 200 geologists, geophysicists and engineers attended the 'International Symposium on China Petroleum Exploration in the 21st Century: Second Marine Forum on Marine Carbonate Reservoirs,' held recently in Hangzhou, China.

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