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Let's get small: The Department of Energy's Microhole Technology Program is intended to slash costs and reduce the environmental impact of oil and gas drilling.

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You say 'well' and Geoprober respond 'how deep?' with this use of coil tubing drilling costs for simple deepwater, shallow microhole exploration may diminish.

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There are several projects pushing microhole technology closer to commercial hands through DOE funding

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Saving private history: Some valuable core data from Panhandle oil booms and busts have a new home and a new lease on life.

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A little help from their friends: The Rockies have taken on an international feel this year, thanks to drilling demands that are outpacing equipment availability. China to the rescue?

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A gift that keeps on giving: The Gulf of Mexico is not only healthy, it continues to be the star of the show for the U.S. petroleum industry.

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Volleyball? No. Science? Yes, and lots of it. A select group of geologists and other scientists are spending the summer on a cruise studying core samples from the Gulf of Mexico, courtesy of the Integrated Ocean Drilling Project.

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Risky business, no more: High commodity prices have triggered new and renewed enthusiasm for fault seal technology -- and operators are dusting off prospects that depend on faults as a sealing mechanism.

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Arguably the most important drilling project in the United States is targeting neither oil nor gas production. Its location: the San Andreas fault. Its intent: To reveal earthquake dynamics.

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DPA sponsored Independent geologists forum

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