Can Coalbed Methane and Aquifer Development Co-Exist?

Title: Can Coalbed Methane and Aquifer Development Co-Exist? Authors: Laura L. Wray and Nicole V. Koenig, Colorado Geological Survey, and John P. Seidle, Sproule Associates, Inc. Publication: The Outcrop, December 2001, p. 1, 8 What geologist can resist the allure of an untested play? How about an untested coalbed methane (CBM) play, one that could be made … More Can Coalbed Methane and Aquifer Development Co-Exist?

On Getting Respect

Title: On Getting Respect Author: Sarah Andrews Publication: The Outcrop, September 2001, p. 1, 6 When Susan Landon asked me to write a few words for The Outcrop, we tossed around a few ideas, then I put things on the back burner for a week while I started work on the copy edits of my seventh … More On Getting Respect

A Perspective from AIPG: National Energy Policy

Title: A Perspective from AIPG: National Energy Policy Author: William J. Siok, AIPG Executive Director Publication: The Outcrop, August 2001, p. 1, 6-7 Practicing geologists can view the ongoing energy situation from a number of perspectives. As consumer, the geologist sees regular and sometimes dramatic increases in the costs of heating a home, operating a car, etc. … More A Perspective from AIPG: National Energy Policy

A Report from the Clouds: Bob Raynolds and Ned Sterne in Tibet

Title: A Report from the Clouds: Bob Raynolds and Ned Sterne in Tibet Author: Bob Raynolds Publication: The Outcrop, April 2001, p. 1, 6-7 Some mountains are the highest, some the most challenging to climb, some the most distant. There is a beautiful mountain in Tibet, most remote and sacred, considered by Buddhists and Hindus to … More A Report from the Clouds: Bob Raynolds and Ned Sterne in Tibet

A Rosy Outlook for Oil and Gas… But with Pitfalls

Title: A Rosy Outlook for Oil and Gas…But with Pitfalls Author: Terri Olson Publication: The Outcrop, March 2001, p. 1, 7 Predicting the future has seldom been easy in the oil and gas industry, but two brave souls were willing to make the attempt at recent RMAG luncheon meetings. Paul Liebman (Petrie Parkman) spoke on “Oil … More A Rosy Outlook for Oil and Gas… But with Pitfalls

3D Seismic Reflects Value

Title: 3D Seismic Reflects Value Author: R. Randy Ray Publication: The Outcrop, February 2001, p. 1 The 2001 3D Symposium has a business theme: how 3D seismic finds subsurface value and builds successful companies. Scheduled for Friday, March 2nd, the program includes a full day of presentations, with 12 talks plus a keynote luncheon address, followed … More 3D Seismic Reflects Value

Natural Gas Price Differential and the Wyoming Natural Gas Pipeline Authority

Title: Natural Gas Price Differential and the Wyoming Natural Gas Pipeline Authority Author: Mark Doelger Publication: The Outcrop, December 2002, p. 1, 6-7 There is great concern in Wyoming about the current natural gas price, and the large differential as compared to the other trading hubs in the U.S. Wyoming nets 17% of the value of … More Natural Gas Price Differential and the Wyoming Natural Gas Pipeline Authority

RMAG Fall Gas Symposium – Innovative Gas Exploration Concepts

Title: RMAG Fall Gas Symposium – Innovative Gas Exploration Concepts Author: Mike Wilson Publication: The Outcrop, September 2002, p. 1, 6 Plans are coming together for the RMAG Fall Gas Symposium, to be held October 1st at the Denver Marriott City Center Hotel (1701 California Street). The theme this year will be Innovative Gas Exploration Concepts. … More RMAG Fall Gas Symposium – Innovative Gas Exploration Concepts