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Bibliography: 2003

2003

Dismukes, D. E. Affordable energy: the key component of a strong economy. Presentation at the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) 115th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, November 16-19.

      . Competitive bidding in the electric power industry. Proceedings of the Association of Energy Engineers, New Orleans, December 12.

Dismukes, D. E. and D. V. Mesyanzhinov. Economic displacement opportunities in southeastern power markets. USAEE Dialogue 11(3):20-24.

Dismukes, D. E., D. V. Mesyanzhinov, and J. M. Burke (with E. A. Downer). The power of generation: continued economic benefits from independent power development in Louisiana. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, April.
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Dismukes, D. E., D. V. Mesyanzhinov, and J. M. Burke (with W. E. Nebesky). Alaskan north slope gas pipeline gives results hard to quantify. In Electric & Natural Gas Business: Understanding It!, R. E. Willett, ed. Houston, TX: Financial Communications Company, 185-205.

button   Dismukes, D. E., W. O. Olatubi, D. V. Mesyanzhinov, and A. G. Pulsipher. Modeling the economic impacts of offshore oil and gas activities in the Gulf of Mexico: methods and applications. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, March. MMS 2003-018.
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Dismukes, D. E. (with K. E. Hughes II). An electric utility's exposure to future environmental costs: does it matter? You bet! Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 52(2):457-469.

      . "Clear skies" or storm clouds ahead? The continuing debate over air pollution and climate change. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 51(4):823-848.

      . What happened to the merchant energy industry? Issues, challenges and outlook. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 51(3):635-652.

      . White paper or white flag: do FERC's concessions represent a significant withdrawal from wholesale power market reform? Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 52(1):197-207.

Dismukes, D. E. (with R. F. Cope III and J. W. Yeargain). Reflections on the U.S. electric power production industry: precedent decisions vs market pressures. Journal of Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues. 6(1).

button   Goddard, D. A. (with R. K. Zimmerman). Shallow Miocene and Oligocene gas potential: southeastern Louisiana's Florida parishes. GCAGS/GCSSEPM Transactions 53:287-301.

button         . Southeast Louisiana's shallow gas potential: E&P opportunities for the independent operator. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, March.
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Iledare, O. O. A short course in petroleum economics for engineers and geoscientists. SPE Annual International Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 2.

      . Valuation and innovative financing of marginal oil fields. Paper presented at the Marginal Field Workshop organized by the Society of Petroleum Engineers, Nigeria Council, Abuja, Nigeria, August 3.

Iledare, O. O. and W. O. Olatubi. Economic effects of changes in oil and gas prices and petroleum resource development in onshore Louisiana and state offshore waters. Paper presented at the 2003 MMS Information Transfer Meeting, New Orleans, January 14-16.

      . OPEC oil production strategy and its implication on global oil market stability. Proceedings of the Society of Petroleum Engineers Hydrocarbon Economics and Evaluation Symposium, Dallas, April 5-8, SPE Paper #82041.

button   Iledare, O. O., W. O. Olatubi, and A. G. Pulsipher. Onshore effects of offshore petroleum production: a case study of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) and the Louisiana economy. Paper presented at the Annual SPE International Technical Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 4-7, SPE Paper #85657.

Kaiser, M. J. and A. G. Pulsipher. A binary choice model for the removal of offshore structures in the Gulf of Mexico. USAEE Dialogue 11(1):20-24.

button         . A generalized modeling framework for public benefit fund program valuation. Energy 28:519-538.

      . Fiscal meta-modeling-1: new approach offered to smooth fiscal system analysis and design. Oil & Gas Journal 101(43):42-46.

      . Fiscal meta-modeling-2: meta-modeling system applied to gulf's Na Kika fields group. Oil & Gas Journal 101(44):43-45.

      . Forecasting the explosive removals of offshore structures in the Gulf of Mexico. Paper presented at the 2003 MMS Information Transfer Meeting, New Orleans, January 14-16.

button         . LIHEAP reauthorization: is the time right for a formula fight? The Electricity Journal 16(5):65-77.

      . LIHEAP reconsidered. Energy Policy 31(14):1441-1458.

button        . Resource allocation decision modeling for a Louisiana public benefit fund program. Energy Economics 25(6):639-667.

      . The WAP funding formula: ambiguous, contentious, forgotten. The Electricity Journal 16(9):68-82.

Kaiser, M. J. and A. G. Pulsipher (with R. C. Byrd). Decommissioning cost functions in the Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal, and Ocean Engineering. 129(6):286-296.

      . Study estimates Gulf of Mexico decommissioning costs. Oil & Gas Journal 101(38):39-47.

button  Olatubi, W. O. (with S. C. No). On the vulnerability of the oil and gas industry to oil price changes. Atlantic Economic Journal 31(4):363-375.

button  Olatubi, W. O. (with Y. Zhang). A dynamic estimation of total energy demand for the southern states. The Review of Regional Studies 33(2):206-228.

Pulsipher, A. G. The Gulf of Mexico oil history project, results from a year of research. Moderated session at the 2003 MMS Information Transfer Meeting, New Orleans, January 14-16.

button  Pulsipher, A. G., O. O. Iledare, and D. V. Mesyanzhinov. Changing patterns of ownership and control in the petroleum industry: implications for the market for oil and gas leases in the Gulf of Mexico OCS region, 1983-1999. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, October. MMS 2003-041.
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