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2002

button   Baumann, R. H., D. E. Dismukes, D. V. Mesyanzhinov, and A. G. Pulsipher. Analysis of the economic impact associated with oil and gas activities on state leases. Prepared for the Office of Mineral Resources, a division of the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, March.
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Dismukes, D. E. The role of distributed energy resources in a restructured power industry. In The Future of electric power deregulation, R. D. Sauer, ed. Washington, DC: Freedom Press, forthcoming.

Dismukes, D. E. and J. M. Burke (with M. J. Collette and R. D. Priddy). Distributed energy resources show promise wellhead to burnertip. In Natural Gas & Electric Power Industries Analysis 2002 edition, R. E. Willett, ed. Houston, TX: Financial Communications Company, 114-131.

Dismukes, D. E. (with R. F. Cope III and J. W. Yeargain). Technology based ethical issues surrounding the California energy crisis. Proceedings of the Academy of Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues, Las Vegas, NV, October 2-5.

Dismukes, D. E. (with F. I. Denny). Power system operations and electricity markets. New York: CRC Press, 134pp.

Dismukes, D. E. (with K. E. Hughes II). An assessment of the role and importance of power marketers. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 50(3):713-731.

      . Is there a role for the TVA in post-restructured electric markets? Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 51(2):433-454.

      . Standardizing wholesale markets for energy. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 51(1):207-225.

      . Will electric restructuring ever get back on track? Texas is not California. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 50(4):943-960.

Dismukes, D. E. and D. V. Mesyanzhinov. Alaska in-state natural gas demand study. Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Oil and Gas.

Dismukes, D. E., D. V. Mesyanzhinov (with W. Nebesky). New role for North Slope gas in Southcentral Alaska. Natural Gas 19(2):10-15.

      . The role of ANS gas on Southcentral Alaskan development. Proceedings of the International Association for Energy Economics: Energy Markets in Turmoil: Making Sense of It All, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, October.

Dismukes, D. E. (with V. Zatarain). New consistent approach to modeling regional economic impacts of offshore oil and gas activities in the Gulf of Mexico. Paper presented at the 2002 IMPLAN User's Conference, New Orleans, LA, September 4-6.

button   Goddard, D. A. (with S. C. Talukdar). Cretaceous fine-grained mudstones of the Maracaibo Basin, Venezuela. GCAGS Transactions 52:1093-1101.

button   Goddard, D. A. (with R. K. Zimmerman, C. D. White, and M. N. Birdwell). Dominant structural and stratigraphic characteristics influencing hydrocarbon production distribution in Louisiana's Livingston Field. GCAGS Transactions 52:337-349.

button   Goddard, D. A. (with R. K. Zimmerman, C. D. White, and L. Hongmei). Affects of Eocene beach rock on reservoir compartmentalization in Livingston parish, Louisiana. Paper presented at the AAPG Annual Meeting 2002, Houston, Texas.

Iledare, O. O. Economic analysis of oil and gas ventures and operations: a short course in petroleum economics for petroleum engineers and geoscientists. SPE Annual International Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 5-8.

      . Fundamentals of petroleum industry economics. Paper presented at the Petroleum Economic Workshop organized by the Petroleum Technology Development Fund for Nigerian Key Legislators and Senior Government Officials, Libreville, Gabon, October 24-27.

      . Global petroleum supply and pricing: implications on deepwater exploration and production. Paper presented in session on deepwater exploration: strategies for unrestricted production plans at SPE Annual International Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 5-8.

      . Petroleum policy implementation and sustainable economic growth: where is the link? Keynote paper presented on new approach to petroleum policy implementation towards sustainable capacity growth at SPE Annual International Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 5-8.

Iledare, O. O. (with D. Nottingham). Factors affecting the shareholder value in the E&P industry: an appraisal. Proceedings of the SPE Annual International Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 5-8, SPE Paper #79180.

Iledare, O. O., A. G. Pulsipher, and D. V. Mesyanzhinov. Corporate alliances and firm size in the E&P industry: implications on the market for OCS leases. Proceedings of the International Association for Energy Economics: Energy Markets in Turmoil: Making Sense of It All, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, October.

      . Effects of firm size and corporate alliances on the market for offshore oil and gas leases: empirical evidence from the Gulf of Mexico OCS, 1983-1999. USAEE Dialogue 10(3):10-13.

      . The effects of merger and acquisitions on petroleum resource allocation in the Gulf of Mexico OCS region, 1983-1999. Paper presented at the 2002 MMS Information Transfer Meeting, New Orleans, January 8-10.

button   Kaiser, M. J., D. V. Mesyanzhinov, and A. G. Pulsipher. Explosive removals of offshore structures in the Gulf of Mexico. Ocean & Coastal Management 45(8):459-483.

      . Forecasting the explosive removals of offshore structures. Paper presented at the 2002 MMS Information Transfer Meeting, New Orleans, January 8-10.

button   Kaiser, M. J. and A. G. Pulsipher. LIHEAP as a textbook case of government befuddlement. Electricity Journal 15(5):70-92.

      . Low-income home energy assistance program. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern States Energy Board, New Orleans, August 24.

Mesyanzhinov, D. V. and D. E. Dismukes. The U. S. hydroelectric power industry: trends and perspectives. In Renewable Energy: Trends Prospects, S. K. Majumdar, E. W. Miller, and A. I. Panah, eds. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 133-146.

Olatubi, W. O. Total energy demand in the southern states: a dynamic panel modeling approach. Paper presented at the 72nd Southern Economic Association Meeting, New Orleans, LA, November 24-26.

      . A transfer function analysis of oil spill accidents in U.S. waters. Paper presented at the 54th International Atlantic Economic Society Conference, Washington, D.C., October.

button   Olatubi, W. O. and D. E. Dismukes. Do deepwater activities create different economic impacts to communities surrounding the Gulf OCS? IAEE Newsletter, 2nd Quarter, 16-20.

Olatubi, W. O., O. O. Iledare, and A. G. Pulsipher. The impact of crude oil price changes on OCS petroleum resource development and the economic performance of U.S. coastal Gulf states. Paper presented at the 2002 MMS Information Transfer Meeting, New Orleans, January 8-10.

button   Olatubi, W. O. (with D. W. Hughes). Natural resource and environmental policy trade-offs: a CGE analysis of the regional impact of the Wetland Reserve Program. Land Use Policy 19(3):231-241.

Olatubi, W. O. (with W. Keithly, Jr. and D. W. Hughes). An evaluation of the economic and public service provision impacts of the development of an oil and gas-supporting infrastructure on a local economy using a conjoint input-output/econometric models. Paper presented at the 2002 IMPLAN User's Conference, New Orleans, LA, September 4-6.

Olatubi, W. O. (with S. No). On the vulnerability of the oil and gas extraction industry E&P activity to oil price changes and variability. Proceedings of the International Association for Energy Economics: Energy Markets in Turmoil: Making Sense of It All, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, October.

Olatubi, W. O. (with Y. Zhang). A dynamic estimation of energy demand in the U.S. southern states. Paper presented at the 41st Southern Regional Science Association Meeting, Arlington, VA, April.

PTTC Central Gulf Region. Essentials of subsurface mapping. Baton Rouge, LA: Petroleum Technology Transfer Council, Central Gulf Region, January.

      . Reservoir characterization technology. Baton Rouge, LA: Petroleum Technology Transfer Council, Central Gulf Region, April.

PTTC Central Gulf Region (with PTTC Eastern Gulf Region). Optimized horizontal well technology. Baton Rouge, LA: Petroleum Technology Transfer Council, Central Gulf Region, March.

Pulsipher, A. G. The history of the oil and gas industry in the Gulf of Mexico. Moderated session at the 2002 MMS Information Transfer Meeting, New Orleans, January 8-10.

Pulsipher, A. G. Testimony at hearing on the Tennessee Valley Authority and financial disclosure before the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. U.S. Senate, 107th Congress, 2nd session, September 17.

button   Surman, M. Louisiana Desktop Well Reference 2001 [CD-ROM]. (Baton Rouge, LA: Petroleum Technology Transfer Council, Central Gulf Region, March).