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More, more, more: New downhole technology is proving its worth in the Los Angeles Basin by squeezing new oil out of an old field.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Coming of age: Borehole imaging technology, which started its evolvement from dip-meter technology in the 1980s, has advanced to become an increasingly effective tool.

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Gas shales have advanced to an economic gas play since the year 2000 thanks to a combination of high gas prices, shale reservoir characterization and advances in drilling and completion technology.

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Bye, bye drilling ban, hello offshore exploration activities. The question is, where is the best U.S. offshore potential?

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Explorer Article

Editor’s note: AAPG’s Workforce Retention Survey targets degreed, women geoscientists of all ages and at every stage of their careers who have had industry work experience at one time or another. The survey closes on Sept. 30.

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Twelve university teams from around the world competed in the finals of AAPG’s Imperial Barrel Award program at the AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition in San Antonio.

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An early example of Barrow’s “outside the box” approach to problems came while exploring offshore Santa Barbara, Calif.

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Explorer Article

Planning continues for the 2008 AAPG Annual Convention in San Antonio, with the official meeting announcement and technical program due in January.

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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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Explorer President’s Column

To assure the future energy supply, more well-educated and trained geologists, geophysicists and engineers are needed. Learn what AAPG is doing to attract, assist and encourage students in geosciences?

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