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Coming soon to a difficult-to-explore-area near you – cableless seismic technology is leading the way into challenging areas

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Move over, Mr. Barnett – the Marcellus shale is a tantalizing, unconventional play that stretches over a huge area and, according to many, offers a huge potential.

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The Energy Minerals Division (EMD) will be sponsoring an unprecedented number of sessions, forums and short courses at the upcoming 2008 AAPG Annual Convention, which will be held April 20-23 in San Antonio.

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February proves itself the busiest month of the year for AAPG’s Distinguished Lecture program, with seven speakers – five domestic and two international – set to be on speaking tours. The tours involve stops at 40 cities in North America and at least 12 stops throughout Europe and Asia. Some tours continue into early March.

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AI. Levorsen Award winners have been announced by two AAPG Sections, in addition to the winner of the best poster award at a third Section.

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What’s lighter than air and quietly vanishing before our eyes? If you said helium, you may also know that the hunt for its presence may be New Mexico’s next hot play.

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The reel thing: Filmmakers with a love of geology and connections to the oil industry are helping to show that the earth has star quality.

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This article introduces M.King Hubbert to a new generation of geologist. Learn about the 'Hubbert Curve' and his remarkable life.  It's the first of a two-part series.

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Timothy R. Carr, of Morgantown, W.Va., won the A.I. Levorsen Memorial Award for presenting the best paper at the Mid-Continent Section’s annual meeting.

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Explorer Article

The industry’s ongoing infatuation with Canada’s oil sands, the Rockies’ tight gas sands and most any shale deposit anywhere might suggest the long-productive and mostly conventional Gulf Coast reservoirs have lost their allure. Not the case.

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