Explorer Emphasis Article

The handful of major international oil companies that negotiated concessions with the Angolan government in the early to mid-1990s seem like geniuses today.

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Explorer Article

Scott W. Tinker could be the industry's leading forward-thinker on oil and gas research.

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Houston geologist Robert Sneider and British poet John Donne share a basic philosophy: No man is an island entire of itself. It's the people that make a difference along the way.

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The storage field geologist, while worrying about such things as spill points and thief zones, is primarily concerned with “location, location, location.”

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You may never see an outcrop the same again.

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Wouldn't it be nice to have some method to anticipate a blowout and take measures to prevent it before it happens?

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Seismic contractors -- What's next? Nobody is ready to proclaim the dark days over for seismic contractors, but companies are beginning to see a light at the end of the tunnel.

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The San Juan Basin - the largest producer of natural gas in the Rocky Mountain region and the proving ground for coalbed methane production in the United States - is once again a prolific source of unconventional natural gas resources.

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There’s a new - some might say urgent - sense of excitement when it comes to the role of shale gas production in today’s energy mix, as well as its potential for the coming years.

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West Africa continues to be a hot exploration province--and recent regional deep water discoveries there rank among the world's largest finds.

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