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During a luncheon talk at the 2006 AAPG Annual Convention in Houston, speaker Peter Dea predicted the Rocky Mountains would become the kingpin of domestic natural gas production owing principally to unconventional reservoir development.

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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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Old school tradition: A “library” is a physical place where you can find information on a specific topic, by a particular author or fictional literature.

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Once again, the North American Prospect Expo can be declared a winner.

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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.

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Last month we shared success stories from AAPG student chapters at the University of Texas-El Paso and the University of Bucharest. This month three more outstanding student chapters share their experiences and advice for success.

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AAPG has several education opportunities for you in the month of April.

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The upstream energy business, particularly exploration and production, is a creative, intellectual and knowledge-based enterprise -- and every energy industry professional knows that to compete, you need area-specific information on prior drilling and production activities, including:

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When Chevron in September announced a flow test of 6,000 barrels of oil per day from its Jack 2 well -- which tapped the Lower Tertiary age deposits in the Walker Ridge area of the deepwater Gulf of Mexico -- and simultaneously noted potential reserves as high as 15 billion barrels for the region, the mainstream media hype machine kicked into high gear.

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With this EXPLORER you also received the 2007 Education Catalog, featuring all our course offerings for the upcoming year. Several new short courses and field seminars have been added this year, along with the list of past favorites.

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