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Bibliography: 2001

2001

button   Baumann, R. H. (with D. W. Davis). Oil in Louisiana's estuarine environment: a development model. Science in China (Series B) 44 Supp:230-239.

Bradley, R. W. Environmental education: a Louisiana view [CD-ROM]. Prepared for the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies and Louisiana Museum of Natural History.

Dismukes, D. E. Review of Renewable Resources for Electric Power: Prospects and Challenges. R. Edinger and S. Kaul. Westport, Connecticut: Quorum Books, 2000, 154pp. Natural Resources Forum 25(1):76-78.

Dismukes, D. E. (with M. Collette and R. D. Priddy). Distributed energy must be watched as opportunity for gas companies. Natural Gas Magazine, January, 9-16.

button   Dismukes, D. E. (with R. F. Cope). Modeling regional electric power markets and market power. Managerial and Decision Economics 22:411-429.

Dismukes, D. E. (with S. W. Geiger). Electric utility restructuring and strategies for the future. In Proceedings of the Southwest Academy of Management Annual Meeting, March.

Dismukes, D. E. (with K. E. Hughes II). California dreaming: are competitive markets achievable? Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 49(3):743-759.

      . A is for access: a definitional tour through today's energy vocabulary. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 49(4):947-973.

      . A is for access: a definitional tour through today's energy vocabulary. Public Resources Law Digest 38:2. (Reprint)

      . Energy policy by crisis: proposed federal changes for the electric power industry. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 50(1):235-249.

      . The EPA v. the TVA et al. over new source review. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 50(2):531-543.

button   Dismukes, D. E. with D. V. Mesyanzhinov and W. O. Olatubi. Moving to the front of the lines: the economic impact of independent power plant development in Louisiana. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies. October.
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Dismukes, D. E. and W. O. Olatubi. A data envelopment analysis of levels and sources of coal fired electric powered generation inefficiency. Utilities Policy 9(2):47-59.

Dismukes, D. E. (with S. A. Ostrover). A comment on the integration of price cap and yardstick competition schemes in electrical distribution regulation. IEEE Transactions on Power Systems 16(4):940-942.

button   Goddard, D. A. Quick look hand book: onshore Louisiana petroleum producing formations. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, September.
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button   Goddard, D. A. (with R. K. Zimmerman). A North Louisiana gas-prone Hosston Slope-Basin sand trend. GCAGS Transactions 51: 423-432.

Iledare, O. O. Petroleum economics for professionals: petroleum evaluations and decision economics: a short course for petroleum engineers and geologists. SPE Nigeria Annual International Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 4, 2001.

      . Global oil production allocations criteria among OPEC member nations: empirical evidence from 1983-1999. Lead paper presented on OPEC quota and Nigeria's growth aspirations at SPE Nigeria Annual International Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 7, 2001.

button   Iledare, O. O. (with S. Inikori and K. M. Kumar). The responsiveness of the global E&P activity to changes in petroleum prices: evidence from 1960-1999. Proceedings of the Society of Petroleum Engineers Hydrocarbon Economics and Evaluation Symposium, Dallas, April 2-3, SPE Paper #68587.

button   Iledare, O. O., W. O. Olatubi, and A. G. Pulsipher. Modeling wildcat petroleum productivity in the U. S. Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). Energy Studies Review 9:2.

button   Iledare, O. O. and A. G. Pulsipher. The determinants of petroleum reserves additions: empirical evidence from the Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf. Proceedings of the Society of Petroleum Engineers Hydrocarbon Economics and Evaluation Symposium, Dallas, April 2-3, SPE Paper #68604.

button         . Forecasting the ultimate oil recovery and its rate of depletion in Nigeria's Niger Delta Basin. Pacific and Asian Journal of Energy 10(2):185-200.

button   Iledare, O. O., A. G. Pulsipher, and R. E. Pincomb. Crude oil production trends in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico OCS: how important are economic and policy incentives? Proceedings of the International Association of Energy Economics 24th Annual International Conference, 2001: an energy odyssey? Houston, April 25-27, [CD-ROM].

Iledare, O. O., A.G. Pulsipher, W. O. Olatubi, and D. V. Mesyanzhinov. Evaluating the efficacy of cash-bonus bidding for offshore petroleum leases in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Region, 1983-1999. Society of Petroleum Engineers, Nigeria Council, Abuja, Nigeria, August 6-8, SPE Paper #72507.

button   Kaiser, M. J., A. G. Pulsipher, and R. H. Baumann. Economic and environmental impact of a public benefits fund in Louisiana. Prepared for the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, April.

Olatubi, W. O. and D. E. Dismukes. Do deepwater activities create different impacts to communities surrounding the Gulf of Mexico OCS? Proceedings of the International Association of Energy Economics 24th Annual International Conference, 2001: an energy odyssey? Houston, April 25-27, [CD-ROM].

PTTC Central Gulf Region. Advances in wireline logging technology. Baton Rouge, LA: Petroleum Technology Transfer Council, Central Gulf Region, September.

      . Drilling optimization and completion technologies. Baton Rouge, LA: Petroleum Technology Transfer Council, Central Gulf Region, February.

      . Managing Louisiana's gas resources. Baton Rouge, LA: Petroleum Technology Transfer Council, Central Gulf Region, May.

button   Pulsipher, A. G. Too many merchant power plants for Louisiana? Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies.
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button   Pulsipher, A. G. and W. B. Daniel IV. Onshore-only platform disposition needs exceptions. Oil & Gas Journal 99(3):64-65, January 15, 2001.

button   Pulsipher, A. G., O. O. Iledare, D. V. Mesyanzhinov, A. Dupont, and Q. L. Zhu. Forecasting the number of offshore platforms on the Gulf of Mexico OCS to the Year 2023. Prepared for U. S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, April. MMS 2001-013.
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