How action on climate change could benefit United States natural gas producers, but not without federal mandates
Petroleum evolution within the Tarim Basin, northwestern China: Insights from organic geochemistry, fluid inclusions, and rhenium–osmium geochronology of the Halahatang oil field
Depositional interpretation and sequence stratigraphic control on reservoir quality and distribution in the Meramecian Sooner trend Anadarko Basin, Canadian, and Kingfisher Counties (STAC...
Mississippian mud rocks of the eastern Great Basin: Stratigraphy, tectonic significance, and hydrocarbon potential
Turning dry holes from disasters to exploration wisdom: Decision tree to determine the key failure mode for segments in conventional petroleum prospects
ON COVER – Jerry Walker conducting field work and contemplating the sample-carry distance to the vehicle at Goshute Creek, Eagan Range, Nevada. Photograph was taken from the base of the Lower Mississippian Gap Wash Formation. The top of the Gap Wash Formation is near the vehicle, where it is overlain by the Upper Mississippian Chainman Shale at an unconformity. The upper part of the Chainman is interbedded with the Scotty Wash Sandstone, the dark reddish ledges. Light gray outcrops of the Pennsylvanian Ely Limestone overlie the Chainman-Scotty Wash. See related paper by French et al. on p. 387 of this issue of the Bulletin.
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