Explorer Director’s Corner

It's time for the AAPG, its Sections, Regions and sister societies to start their annual technical program presentations at meetings and conferences.

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In offshore areas such as the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, it’s not uncommon for oil emanating from source rocks to bypass natural trapping mechanisms and leak upward to the seafloor.

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Examples of deep-water outcrops, as examined in AAPG Studies in Geology 56 is a publication that exposes some exposures that matter a lot to geologists.

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It’s not a “little fish” kind of exploration start-up. Cobalt International Energy LP of Houston plans to go after some of the biggest fish in the world, in some of the deepest waters explored.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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The AAPG award winners for best technical presentations at the recent Annual Convention in Long Beach, Calif., have been announced.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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A field that can be touted as an industry showpiece for what can be accomplished with the right technology in combo with the right commodity price sometimes attains its lofty status only after years of expensive trial and error -- and frustration -- on the part of the operators.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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Unconventional resource plays are sprouting up across the country, especially projects in search of gas or oil production from shale.

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Rocks always held a special fascination for young Arnold Bouma as he wandered around the natural-gas rich fields near his hometown of Groningen, The Netherlands, turning over stones and puzzling at their shapes and composition.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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Good vibrations: Something is always shaking in the world of seismic technology, and the results have been good for the industry and the environment alike.

American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG)
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A sinking feeling: A geoscientist makes his case that Louisiana is threatened by a subsidence, a crippling disease that’s far more extreme and extensive than many think.

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