Testing the Atlantic Mirror theory

The task of an explorer is difficult and demanding. Shareholders and management, along with the broader market, expect—and, in some cases, mandate—the relentless generation of prospects located in regions of the world that are stable, both politically and fiscally, at entry costs that are relatively insignificant (i.e., limited signature bonuses, limited work commitments, and/or limited promotes).

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