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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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Events Blog

Submit your papers today and join us for the sixth edition of the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference. Your insights regarding new and emerging technologies will help to guide the exploration and exploitation of unconventional resources for years to come. Don’t miss the opportunity to take part in the premier science and technology event for teams involved in exploration, appraisal, and development of unconventional resources.

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Events Blog

URTeC is headed to Houston, 23-25 July 2018 at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Key exhibit spaces are going fast, reserve your space today before it’s gone. Don't miss the sixth edition of the Unconventional Resources Technology Conference.

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Explorer President’s Column

In the United States we celebrate Thanksgiving on Nov. 23. No matter where you are in the world, it is always good to give thanks. I am thankful to organizers of this year’s highly successful International Conference and Exhibition (ICE) in London and I am personally thankful for a profession that allows each of us to work in teams to solve challenging problems while we create energy abundance, prosperity and a better way of life for the world.

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Explorer Historical Highlights

The first major technical breakthrough in petroleum geology was foraminiferal micropaleontology – made by three young “girls” in 1921, which, within three years, created oil industry jobs for 300 micropaleontologists and gave rise to micropaleontology courses in 31 geology departments.

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Explorer Division Column DPA

With more than 18 percent of the membership based in and around Houston, if we haven’t been directly impacted by the storms ourselves, many of us have friends and colleagues who have been.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

When Hurricane Harvey brought disastrous flooding to the U.S. Gulf Coast, it threatened more than Houston residential neighborhoods. A significant part of the nation’s energy infrastructure is located inland from the Gulf of Mexico, and a network of production platforms and offshore pipelines stretches eastward from there to Louisiana and beyond.

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Explorer Article

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, a few out of town geologists gathered supplies, hitched up a boat and went to the rescue.

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Events Blog

Join us in London to learn, collaborate, network, and engage with industry peers and experts. At ICE 2017 you will meet geologists, geophysicists, and other petroleum industry professionals from countries around the world. Build your knowledge and skills, discover technological innovations, and interact with the world’s leading geoscientists.

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