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Back for more: Operators found new success when they took another look at Louisiana’s Wilcox play.

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Explorer Making a Difference

Making a Difference: Human trafficking takes a horrific toll on lives around the world, but one AAPG member and his wife have dedicated their lives to exposing the tragedy – and helping those who have suffered most.

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Learn! Blog

If you’re going to enhance fracture systems in shale plays, you’ll definitely need to have a thorough understanding of the goals of hydraulic fracturing, and how you can determine if your operations are effective.

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Learn! Blog

Liquids-rich plays? New carbonates? Shale plays? Important new tools? Basic skills? seismic, engineering, geology. We’re excited about our catalogue of archived e-symposia

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Explorer Division Column EMD

For more than 100 years, shale oil has referred to the product of pyroly­sis of oil shale, whereas oil shale refers to organic rich (kerogen) rock that has never reached the oil window.

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Explorer President’s Column

In North America onshore, the resource play has caused a dramatic shift in the exploration objectives of many, if not most, independent and major petroleum companies.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Shale List Grows: Production from unconventional reservoirs, particularly shale, has been a boon to U.S. domestic natural gas stockpiles.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

The third dimension: Continued improvements in new technologies such as 3-D seismic are helping some companies deal with the cost of successful shale exploration.

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Explorer Article

Pesky hydrocarbons just want out: Is the trap half-full or half-empty?

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Explorer Article

Something old, something new: The venerable Austin Chalk has been a part of the U.S. oil story for more than three decades – but a new assessment by the U.S. Geological Survey has added a new chapter to its tale.

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