Explorer Emphasis Article

The world in 2002 might be spinning under the influence of terrorism and reeling from other uncertainties, but that hasn't stopped the planet's need for energy — nor extinguished the fire to explore and discover hydrocarbons.

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Explorer Article

APPEX: This year's AAPG Prospect and Property Expo is taking shape as a 'Must' event for everyone in the industry.

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Explorer Article

Everyone in downtown Hutchinson, a city of 40,000 in central Kansas, heard or felt the explosion Wednesday morning, Jan. 17, 2001. Natural gas burst from the ground under Woody's Appliance Store and the adjacent Décor Shop, blowing out windows in nearby buildings. Within minutes, the two businesses were ablaze.

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Explorer Article

A report calling for immediate action to preserve and make available U.S. geoscience collections and data gets a 'positive reception' in Washington.

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Explorer Article

Surprise! A giant gas field currently being explored has a trillion cubic feet of natural gas every seven square miles -- and it's just north of Fort Worth, Texas.

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Explorer Article

A discovery well that drilled on the outskirts of a state park has tapped what could be the largest modern find in that state's history — and may touch off a new era for the Illinois Basin.

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Explorer Article

Northern exposure: AAPG opens its newest training and development center, the Geoscience Professional Development Centre, at Canada's University of Calgary.

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Explorer Article

Riding high on the success of last year's initial experience, the creators of APPEX 2002 are expecting this year's event to be not only twice as big but twice as successful as well.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

VR chamber uses data to create a 3-D world to immerse scientists into to get a better view.

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Explorer Geophysical Corner

Borehole imagery is one type of open-hole log that provides high- resolution data for improved reservoir characterization.

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