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New Technology Aids in Search for Untapped Oil Fields

In Texas, scientists have found that small amounts of oil and gas seepage lead to subtle changes in soil and rock formations — a discovery that could prove fruitful for oil and gas companies looking for undiscovered oil fields.

Local pumper Bobby Thomason works on cleaning up an old well that was recently worked over to start producing again on a lea…

In Texas, scientists have found that small amounts of oil and gas seepage lead to subtle changes in soil and rock formations — a discovery that could prove fruitful for oil and gas companies looking for undiscovered oil fields. Read the full story at StateImpact Texas.

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