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If it loses, a refund of up to $25 is issued in site credit. Essentially, FanDuel Tennessee is featuring its new bet type by giving bettors what amounts to a free lottery ticket. Place a 5+ leg parlay on college basketball. If all but leg hits, get up to $25 in site credit. This promo requires opt-in via the app’s main menu and will refund potential losses within 72 hours (likely sooner). The Saturday slate is loaded with college football action, so be sure to take advantage of College Football Parlay Insurance. Similar to the CBB promo, make a 5+ leg CFB parlay wager. If each leg but one hits, a refund of $25 will be issued. There are two different Super Boosts available this weekend that are also worth checking out, including this Week 12 NFL boost: Raiders, Bills, Chiefs all to win (boosted from +244 to +300) Meanwhile, those looking for some big value in the college basketball futures market should check this one out: Duke, Kentucky, Michigan State, Wisconsin, or UCONN to win the NCAA National Championship (boosted from +273 to +400) Be sure to check back throughout the weekend as FanDuel will add individual game boosts on featured contests. Titans vs. Odds Week 12 Odds at FanDuel Tennessee One of the best games of the week on the Week 12 schedule is the AFC South rematch between the Colts and Titans. [Construction] [Construction]

A new hydrocarbon study contradicts conventional wisdom about how methane is trapped in rock, revealing a new strategy to more easily access the valuable energy resource. "The most challenging issue facing the shale energy industry is the very low hydrocarbon recovery rates: less than 10 percent for oil and 20 percent for gas. Our study yielded new insights into the fundamental mechanisms governing hydrocarbon transport within shale nanopores," said Hongwu Xu, an author from Los Alamos National Laboratory's Earth and Environmental Sciences Division. "The results will ultimately help develop better pressure management strategies for enhancing unconventional hydrocarbon recovery." Most of U.S. natural I thought about this gas is hidden deep within shale reservoirs. Low shale porosity and permeability make recovering natural gas in tight reservoirs challenging, especially in the late stage of well life. The pores are miniscule -- typically less than five nanometers -- and poorly understood. Understanding the hydrocarbon retention mechanisms deep underground is critical to increase methane recovering efficiency. Pressure management is a cheap and effective tool available to control production efficiency that can be readily adjusted during well operation -- but the study's multi-institution research team discovered a trade-off.