Explorer President’s Column

An average of four dry holes are drilled through a giant field before the discovery is recognized, according to AAPG Sidney Powers Medalist Robert M. Sneider.

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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 Emphasis Article

What do the numbers indicate when measuring Niobrara tight oil success in Colorado?

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Explorer Emphasis Article

Surprise! Ordinarily a target for oil production, the Cretaceous Niobrara formation is proving to be more versatile in Colorado’s Piceance Basin.

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Explorer Emphasis Article

What goes up must come …: Despite the seemingly never-ending cycles of boom and bust, operators in the Rocky Mountain region are finding ways to stay in the game.

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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 Article

That the University of Louisiana at Lafayette won this year’s Imperial Barrel Award over colleges and universities from around the world may have surprised some – just not anyone who connected with the school.

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Explorer Division Column EMD

Hydraulic fracturing technology was pioneered in the mid-1940s by Halliburton, and arguably questionable as to its early success.

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Explorer Article

Announcing URTeC: Three of the world’s leading oil and gas professional societies in 2013 will launch the first technology conference with a focus on unconventional resources in Denver.

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Explorer Article

Jonna Gentry, a ninth grade earth science teacher in Colorado, is this year’s winner of the AAPG Foundation Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Natural Resources in the Earth Sciences K-12 – or, simply, Teacher of the Year.

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VG Abstract

This is a less-technical education topic. It can be condensed to an hour or given as 2 two-hour sessions. It stresses selected controversial aspects of fracking that touch some combination of environment and economics and includes a short video of how fracking is done.

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