geology and creative exploration approaches are helping the
prolific Trenton-Black River trend grab a lot of attention in eastern
Canada. Among the hottest of the Canadian hot spots is the area
around the Parson's Pond #1 well in Newfoundland. Shown here, two
geoscientists standing on the E-W seismic line for the well; basement
is to the east in the Long Range Mountains, overthrust onto the
Ordovician carbonate platform.
of Tim Bird.
for, well, everything! What
you did, species you saw, cultures you experienced and draw maps
... 200 years ago Lewis and Clark did just that.
Strong program set.
Due March 22 For Spring Student Expo
A new DVD offers a blueprint of the
without borders, part II: A look at
Newfoundland and the exploration renaissance that's under way in
eastern Canada, thanks to the prolific Trenton-Black River fairway.
new world: Members will be able to
utilize Internet voting in the upcoming AAPG elections.
happened 30 winters ago, an event
and a season that changed our lives forever. It was ... The Embargo.
plans are becoming final and the list of activities and events promises
to be a great opportunity.
For today's seismic industry, the pessimism of recent
years has been replaced, thanks in part to new uses of familiar
kids on the block:
International players have discovered the joys -- and potential
for success -- of doing seismic in the Gulf of Mexico.
you repeat that? Certainly!
With permanently placed cables, 4-D seismic becomes a tool to actively
and you think exploration, right? Well, get ready
for something new -- seismic in the realm of the reservoir.
continues to drive the deep gas play in the Gulf
I see ... well, rock,
shale, mud. Drilling a well while running seismic becomes more and
more a reality.