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Intimidated at the wellsite? Geologists who keep up to speed on developments involving drilling fluids and new techniques can be enormously valuable.

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A new technology called dual gradient drilling has the potential to revolutionize deep-water drilling.

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Scientists are feverishly working to determine if the desolate land that is southwest Texas' Maverick Basin might develop into the next hot coalbed methane play.

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The reality of significant natural gas potential found in the Great Lakes region of North America continues to emerge, and states bordering the lakes are becoming yet another battleground for the U.S. energy debate.

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Deep water off the Congo successes credited to 3D seismic studies.

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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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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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