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Editorials Worldwide

Real Rocks and Explosive Lakes

Two of the articles in this issue address physical rock samples, though very differently. Editor in Chief, Iain Brown, introduces the latest issue (Vol. 18, No. 5) in this short editorial.

Sponsored Content Worldwide

A Straightforward Workflow for Monitoring CO2 Storage

Estimating and appreciating the distribution of injected CO2 allows better understanding of the reservoir and identifies potential gas migration. Using PaleoScan™ provides a fast method from seismic conditioning to carbon capture storage quantification.

Q&A Worldwide

2,000 GEO ExPro Articles and Counting

GEO ExPro was founded in 2004 and is now a well-established Geoscience publication. Kirsti Karlsson, Sales and Marketing Director of GEO ExPro talks about her career with the magazine and how it is adapting to the new world order.

Energy Transition Worldwide

No Transition Without Offsets

If you are a big emitter of carbon, then reaching net zero means investing in carbon offsets – in the short term at least - and it’s perhaps no surprise that oil and gas companies around the world have become big players in the offset market.

Exploration Worldwide

Pandemic Affects Oil and Gas Licensing Plans

The upstream part of the oil and gas industry has been particularly disrupted with the global impact of the pandemic massively reducing the demand for oil and gas during 2020 - resulting in an almost unprecedented collapse in exploration activities globally.

Editorials Worldwide

AI and Code Red for Humanity

GEO ExPro Editor in Chief, Iain Brown, on the use of AI and autonomous technology in the oil, gas and energy industry - and an introduction to the latest edition of the magazine.

Editorials Worldwide

Making a Date with the Data

Whether you’re trying to monetise climate risk or find new ways to extend the life of offshore oil and gas assets, getting access to usable data is a vital part of the equation. It’s also key to an industry in transition.