Explorer Foundation Update

Legendary AAPG and AAPG Foundation giant John Amoruso has yet another honor to add to his list of achievements: he is this year’s recipient of the L. Austin Weeks Memorial Medal, the AAPG Foundation’s highest honor.

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Explorer President’s Column

Many years ago, I was on the undergraduate Columbia College eight man rowing team in New York. As I think back fondly on those college days, I realize that I learned a lot from my crew team experience on guiding and leading people. I learned that “leadership” is doing the right things, while “management” is doing things the right way. AAPG needs both.

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Explorer Article

New methods in hydraulic fracturing have turned the Haynesville Shale play into a behemoth of natural gas production.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Unconventional resources represent a bright opportunity for the United States' economic and energy future, but that is in no sense guaranteed. A misinformed public debate about the impacts and merits of hydraulic fracturing in particular and the oil industry in general threatens that future.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Cindy Yeilding of BP America discusses the production history and geology of one of the world’s most prolific hydrocarbon super basins.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

The resurgence of the Permian Basin in the United States led directly to the concept of the “super basin”: a mature basin that can be rejuvenated to produce as much or more oil and gas than it has so far. Another archetype for super basins lies 1,000 miles southeast of the Permian, in the onshore/offshore Sureste Basin of Mexico.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Can super basins save the planet? IHS Markit, the international industry analysis firm, estimates the world will need to replace production of more than 14.5 billion barrels of oil equivalent annually by the year 2040.

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Learn! Blog

Innovations Bring Once-dying Shale Plays Back to Life Join us in Houston Texas, on April 26, 2018 to uncover the technologic innovations applied to the Haynesville gas play, that have seen a spike in production due to these advances.

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Explorer Article

We’ve already seen some of the oilfield invention and innovation that will happen during the rest of this century. In science fiction films.

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Events Blog

URTeC is headed to Houston, 23-25 July 2018, at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Take your brand to new heights by aligning with the premier event focused on the latest science and technology applied to exploration and development of unconventional resources.

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