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New technology has unconventional enhanced oil recovery  Welcome to an interview with Jeff Miller, Shale IOR. Jeff participated in AAPG’s U-Pitch at URTeC, which promotes and helps commercialize innovations and new technologies.

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Learn! Blog

Cutting edge AI technologies suc as Depe Learning, Machine Learning, and Reinforcement Learning are transforming the way that geoscientists work. Welcome to an interview with Naser Tamimi, NeuDax. NeuDax participated in AAPG’s U-Pitch at URTeC, which promotes and helps commercialize innovations and new technologies.

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Learn! Blog

Welcome to an interview with Scott Crist, Chairman and CEO of Infrastructure Networks (INET). INET participated in AAPG’s U-Pitch at URTeC, which promotes and helps commercialize innovations and new technologies.

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EMD Blog

On September 26, 2018, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) issued their Record of Decision (ROD) to approve a 14-mile long “energy corridor” across public lands in Uintah County, Utah to support development of a planned 27,000 acre South Project oil shale mine to be developed by Estonia-based Enefit American Oil. The ROD followed a six-year environmental study and preparation of the Final Environmental Impact Study issued by the BLM following extensive public comment.

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Explorer Geophysical Corner

Advances in deep learning and artificial intelligence promise to not only drive our cars but also taste our beer. Specifically, recent advances in the architecture of deep-learning convolutional neural networks have brought the field of image classification and computer vision to a new level.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Saudi Aramco hopes to push the boundaries of exploration by creating and encouraging new technologies. The company said it is pursuing the promise of “the fourth industrial revolution” through Big Data and supercomputing and investigations into nanotechnology applications.

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Middle East Blog

AAPG, EAGE and the Technical Program Committee for the Shale Gas Evolution Symposium are pleased to invite you to submit a poster abstract for the upcoming event which is being held Under the Patronage of His Excellency Shaikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al-Khalifa, Minister of Oil, Kingdom of Bahrain, AAPG.

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Canada Blog

These are by far the best and the worst career decisions I have ever made. They are the best because I was able to work outdoors in some very remote locations.

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Explorer Historical Highlights

“Light the flare.” With those words, Blackie Davidson tossed up a lighted, oil-soaked rag and the gas started to burn in a 30-foot-long flare. This was the real beginning – the opening of the Williston Basin to oil production on April 4, 1951. The discovery of oil will always be remembered by those who were in North Dakota at the time. Its effect on the state and the nation can never be properly assessed.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

The University of Adelaide sits on a goldmine of geological research opportunity in South Australia’s Bight Basin.

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