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Rocky Mountain high? Operators throughout the Rocky Mountains region have reasons to be cautious – but just as many reasons to smile.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

3-D seismic data are being viewed as the way to reduce drilling cost overruns and maximize ultimate recovery from a shale-producing field – and for relatively minimal additional cost.

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Where’s the beef? Latin America’s new Vaca Muerta play has loads of potential – and it’s not the only area that’s making South America a hot target for today’s explorationists.

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The Vaca Muerta is now a leading shale play in Latin America. Check out this article on the workshop AAPG recently held in Buenos Aires.

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Targeting resources in the Arctic – piece of cake. But dense fog, sea ice, extended whaling season and a damaged containment barge – that’s another story. Officials from one company tell how they managed to overcome these challenges in the Arctic’s hostile yet environmentally sensitive regions.

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It was a very good (and busy) year: A month-by-month look at the significant oil and gas discoveries around the globe that made 2012 an industry year to remember.

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Explorer Article

Water issues is the topic of an upcoming AAPG GTW. This GTW is the first to focus on environmental and resource play issues.

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Explorer Article

Water: It’s all around us. So, why so many issues finding enough and utilizing it for hydraulic fracturing? AAPG member Dan Arthur shares his insight into water sourcing for this widely-used process for oil production.

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The proof is in the colors: A new stratigraphic analysis technique, ChromaStratigraphy, is being used to record changes in color in rock samples and produce a virtual core for viewing.

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