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Scientists are feverishly working to determine if the desolate land that is southwest Texas' Maverick Basin might develop into the next hot coalbed methane play.

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Explorer President’s Column

We had a fantastic AAPG Property and Prospect Expo in Houston in August. Geologists were aggressively making deals left and right, and I had several e-mails before I got back to Denver telling me of prospects sold and bought.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

The Gulf of Mexico is the only focus for Houston-based Spinnaker Exploration, which was founded in 1996 with the mission to explore the Gulf using vast, regional 3-D seismic data sets.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Nexen Petroleum USA took a different road to the Gulf of Mexico.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Tale of Two Independents: Finding their niche proved to be profitable in the Gulf.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Seismic fees in Louisiana continue to be a thorny issue that keeps the administration and oil and gas interests at odds with one another on an ongoing basis.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

The deep water Gulf of Mexico will continue to be the premier exploration province in the United States for years to come -- but the deep water is not the Gulf's only prospective region.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

The Minerals Management Service has once again set a new five-year outer continental shelf leasing program and -- surprise, surprise -- the Gulf of Mexico remains the jewel in the U.S. offshore crown.

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Explorer Article

There was a virtual smorgasbord of invaluable information disseminated to the SRO audience during the Dealmakers segment of the recent, highly-successful AAPG Prospect and Property Expo (APPEX) meeting in Houston. Presentations covered a plethora of topics, including capital sourcing, A&D market conditions, establishing a toehold overseas and more.

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Explorer Article

Life was fairly predictable prior to 1973, Texas State Geologist Scott Tinker noted during a 'power lunch' presentation at the recent APPEX event. Then the Arab oil embargo hit, triggering the first major energy price spike.

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