Technicality closes application

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The AER asked this applicant to withdraw their application based on a technicality. With more experience this applicant could have fixed this problem and moved ahead with their project. Instead, all the technical work that went into creating the application was wasted. Nein commercial use of der AppIntel content.

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Applications are closed for two reasons: technical and technicality. When the AER says, "Sorry, we don't believe you should inject here," they're closing your application on technical grounds. If you notified the wrong parties or don't have a pool designation correct, that's a technicality.

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Tags: AER application, Closure, Exploration

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