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The oil industry experienced a tough financial year in 1998, but when people start looking at operations on a global scale they quickly find there were plenty of success stories, too. This month's EXPLORER tracks the significant drilling discoveries and operations of the past year, and this month's cover is a reminder that the industry is reaching out ­ often into increasingly hostile regions ­ with continued success. Photos, clockwise from top: a Prudhoe Bay drilling rig, courtesy of C.G. (Gil) Mull; the Tanzanite jack-up rig in the Gulf of Mexico, courtesy of Anadarko Petroleum; Algeria desert operations, courtesy of Anadarko Petroleum; and helicopter airlift operations, courtesy of Veritas Inc.

Oversupply, 'Bad Karma' Blamed
Rocky Market Seen for Short Term

World Discoveries Keep Pace
'98 Showed Some Major Successes

DEG, DPA Name Officer Candidates

What You Know Counts -- Not Who
Is Your Career Survival Kit Ready?

GEOPHYSICAL CORNER:
MT Data Throws Curves to Viewers

ETHICS QUESTION (November):
Lying Bosses Create Ethical Dilemmas
Internal Politics Can Skew Actions

Wilson's Terroir a Labor of Love
Geology Makes These Wines Fine

Largest International Gathering
Rio Rises to AAPG Global Top Spot

A Question of Ethics: What Do YOU Think?


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