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Gas Mexico Congress 2015

Ron Spencer’s paper,  ‘Application of X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Analyses to the Charaterization of Tight Reservoirs’ was presented at the Gas Mexico Congress. It is excellent overview of how the XRF techology is used in this type of rock. Follow this link to learn more: GMC15 – Full Paper Spencer

Duvernay Formation CSPG Talk

XRF has proven to be a very useful tool in deciphering the shades of grey in the Duvernay formation. The link below takes you to a CSPG Luncheon talk by Lindsay Dunn of Athabasca Oil Corp called ‘Fifty Shades Freed: From Pore to Seismic and Integrated Workflow Identifying Sweet Sports in the Liquids Rich Duvernay […]

Tasmania, Western North America were Once Neighbors, Finds New Research

Aug 4, 2014 by According to a new study led by Dr Joanne Whittaker of the University of Tasmania’s Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, the Australia’s island state, Tasmania, and the U.S. states of Idaho, Montana, the Canadian province of British Columbia, were close geographical neighbors about 1.4 billion years ago in the […]