This is probably old news now, but CCGS has agreed to include the slides and notes from my December 10 talk on the origins of shale plays in the CCGS March Bulletin. This has a few changes for copyright concerns, but has the same essential content. This includes my now famous comments about why Antarctica changed the course of potential shale play formation in the Neogene. Questions are welcome. 

I want, once more, to thank CCGS for their generosity in giving me a forum. I look forward to GCAGS in Corpus Christi.

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