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  1. Earth model assists Permian asset valuation

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    Mon, 6 Jul 2015

  2. Optimized logistics ease burdens of unconventional growth

    The US energy sector is experiencing unprecedented growth from the accelerated development of unconventional resources like shale oil and gas.

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    Mon, 5 Jan 2015

  3. International shale skepticism

    For nearly 2 decades, North America-the US and Canada-has seen an increase of natural gas and oil reserves through application of new technology in unconventional plays.

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    Mon, 2 Mar 2015

  4. AAPG ICE: Seismic reprocessing enhances potential for Russia's legacy basins

    Russia's Precaucus and Uralian Foreland basins are the oldest and most developed oil and gas producing regions in the country. As the "birthplace" of Russia's oil industry, the Precaucus was first developed in the late 19th century.

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    Mon, 22 Sep 2014

  5. AAPG ICE: Seismic reprocessing enhances potential for Russia’s legacy basins

    Russia’s Precaucus and Uralian Foreland basins are the oldest and most developed oil and gas producing regions in the country. As the “birthplace” of Russia’s oil industry, the Precaucus was first developed in the late 19 th century. Production improved rapidly after 1920 and entered steep decline ...

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    Wed, 17 Sep 2014

  6. AAPG ICE: Turkey sees early shale oil development

    Turkey is slightly larger than the state of Texas geographically, yet the country has only seen 4,400 wells drilled since 1940. While Texas’ oil history goes back much further, the state has seen more than 1.5 million wells drilled through 2013. “Turkey is largely unexplored,” said Lee Muncy, ...

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    Mon, 15 Sep 2014

  7. Mexico's evolving fiscal terms

    Mexico's energy reform has launched an ambitious process to end the long-standing state oil monopoly, holding the promise to increase oil production and bolster the overall economy.

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    Fri, 16 Jan 2015

  8. Oil-price plunge raises questions about unconventional plays

    An oil-price plunge that began in the second half of 2014 and continues into 2015 raises questions about production from unconventional resources in the US.

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    Mon, 5 Jan 2015

  9. AAPG ICE: Turkey sees early shale oil development

    Turkey is slightly larger than the state of Texas geographically, yet the country has only seen 4,400 wells drilled since 1940.

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    Mon, 22 Sep 2014

  10. CSIS speaker: Community benefits are key to next US gas phase

    Communities should be able to continuously share economic benefits from increasing US tight oil and shale gas production, experts said.

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    Mon, 24 Feb 2014

  11. Barclays: Saudi Arabia refocusing Aramco’s strategy

    Saudi Arabia, with domestic oil use trimming exports and threatening the kingdom’s trade position, is refocusing the strategy of its national oil company, according to a Barclays analyst.

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    Fri, 6 Sep 2013

  12. Barclays: Saudi Arabia refocusing Aramco's strategy

    Saudi Arabia, with domestic oil use trimming exports and threatening the kingdom's trade position, is refocusing the strategy of its national oil company, according to a Barclays analyst.

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    Mon, 16 Sep 2013

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