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At the end of 1999 - the latest production figures available from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Division of Mineral Resources - three Trenton-Black River fields were producing in New York.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

For a variety of reasons, an exploration play in the Appalachian Basin is drawing the attention of oil companies around the country: the Trenton-Black River.

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Explorer Article

There’s a new - some might say urgent - sense of excitement when it comes to the role of shale gas production in today’s energy mix, as well as its potential for the coming years.

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Explorer Division Column DEG

This Fact Sheet, compiled by the AAPG Division of Environmental Geosciences, addresses groundwater and the Underground Injection Control (UIC) well fracturing concerns under the SDWA.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

An increasing number of companies, in an increasing number of places around the world, consider horizontal drilling as an option in all kinds of plays. Through May 1999 Denver-based IHS Energy Group's databases contained records for 20,430 horizontal wells in 67 different countries.

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AAPG's message that the domestic petroleum industry needs action from the government was carried to the Halls of Congress in testimony before the U.S. House Committee on Resources in mid-April.

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Explorer Wildcat Recollections Column

A billion-barrel field in a thousand places?

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Explorer Article

Despite conventional thought perceiving coalbed methane as an anomaly and that completion techniques were slow an inefficient, pioneering independents worked to develop an important industry segment.

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Explorer Geophysical Corner

The basement fault block pattern started last month continues. This month the author attempts to substantiate the claim that many oil and gas fields are controlled by basement. Some geologists may concede that the evidence for underlying basement control is convincing.

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Explorer Article

10 years ago Art and the Earth Sciences debuted as a one-hour course at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis. It has now expanded into a three-hour course with labs. This popular course blends art and artifacts with the science of geology. It impacts to the lives of students who would never think of stepping into a science lab.

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Open Rank Professor - Geology/Subsurface Energy Systems

The Department of Geology & Geography at West Virginia University invites applications for an open-rank, tenured or tenure-track faculty position in Geology with a specialization in subsurface energy systems starting August 11, 2023. This is a 9-month, full-time position with full benefits. Candidates with research applications to sustainability challenges of the 21st century, and candidates whose research and scholarship support WVU’s land-grant mission are encouraged to apply.

Director, Energy and Minerals Group (Principal Research Scientist, Geology)

The Illinois State Geological Survey is seeking to hire a Director, Energy and Minerals Group (Principal Research Scientist, Geology) to provide leadership, clear scientific vision, and direction to the sub-disciplines and staff members who comprise the Energy and Minerals Group, facilitate coordination, communication, and teamwork throughout the Survey, PRI, and with other components of the University.

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Valerie Feller Valerie Feller Treasurer (2022-2023) Indiana Geological and Water Survey (812) 968-4207

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