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It soon will be time to pack up and head to Lafayette, La. for the 2014 Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies meeting, hosted by the Lafayette Geological Society.

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The ever-increasing number of hydraulic fracturing applications used to economically produce shale reservoirs impacts various businesses that profit from this phenomenon. Think sand mining/processing, for example.

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In recent years, a number of workflows have been developed to use spectral decomposition for 3-D geomodeling to extract architectural elements such as channels.

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Despite its “fits and starts” drilling history, the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale has begun to garner some respect– specifically, it appears to be on the brink of becoming a bona fide commercially productive play.

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Independent companies, both large and small, are widely acknowledged for spearheading the shale play phenomenon. “Nimble” usually is the operative word here.

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If you're a geoscientist who has not yet formally applied for licensure to practice your trade in Louisiana, don't despair. The registration deadline has moved - once again.

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That’s not supposed to happen. Check that. It doesn’t happen. No school has ever won twice, which brings us to a school in southwest Louisiana with a little under 18,000 students, a school that would appreciate it if you got its name right: The University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

The Louisiana Professional Geoscience Practice act was passed but is now about to become active and licensing applications are becoming available soon.

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Wil who? Don’t look now, but the Wilcox Trend is making a name for itself – thanks to high oil prices and technology applications, such as hydraulic fracturing.

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Some things are worth waiting for: The potential of the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale has the E&P industry chomping at the bit, awaiting the seven billion barrels of oil estimated for recovery.

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