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2004

(D. Austin and T. McGuire). History of the offshore oil and gas industry in southern Louisiana: Interim report; Volume III: Samples of interviews and ethnographic prefaces. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, July. MMS 2004-051.
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Baumann, R. H. Estimates of Louisiana state motor fuel taxes by parish. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies.

Dismukes, D. E. Trends and issues in the natural gas industry and the development of LNG; Implications for Louisiana. Proceedings of the 51st Mineral Law Institute, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, April 2.

Dismukes, D. E. and D. V. Mesyanzhinov (with E. A. Downer). Economic opportunities for a limited industrial retail choice plan in Louisiana. Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies.
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      . Economic opportunities for LNG development in Louisiana. Prepared for the Louisiana Department of Economic Development and Greater New Orleans, Inc. by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, April.
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Dismukes, D. E., D. V. Mesyanzhinov, J. M. Burke, and R. H. Baumann. Marginal oil and gas production in Louisiana: An empirical examination of state activities and policy mechanisms for stimulating additional production. Prepared for the Office of Mineral Resources, a division of the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, April.

Dismukes, D. E. (with E. A. Downer). Competitive bidding as a means of securing opportunities for efficiency. Electricity and Natural Gas 21(4):15-21.

      . Competitive power procurement an appropriate strategy in a quasi-regulated world. In Electric and Natural Gas Business: Using New Strategies, Understanding the Issues, R. E. Willett, ed. Houston, TX: Financial Communications Company, 91-104.

Dismukes, D. E. (with K. E. Hughes II). The challenges associated with a nuclear power revival: Revisiting its past. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 53(1):193-211.

      . Deregulation of generating assets and the disposition of excess deferred federal income taxes. International Energy Law and Taxation Review 10(October):206-212.

      . Deregulation of generating assets and the disposition of excess deferred federal income taxes: A "Catch-22" for ratepayers. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 52(4):873-891.

      . The evolving markets for polluting emissions: From sulfur dioxide to carbon dioxide. Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 53(2):479-494.

      . Will competitive bidding make a comeback? Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly 52(3):659-674.

Goddard, D. A. Characteristics of deltaic reservoirs. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies.

button   Goddard, D. A. (with E. A. Mancini, R. K. Zimmerman, and P. Aharon). Basin analysis and petroleum system characterization and modeling, interior salt basins, central and eastern Gulf of Mexico. DOE Topical Technical Report, Year 1, DE-FC26-03NT15395.

      . Resource assessment of the in-place and potentially rcoverable deep natural gas resource of the onshore interior salt basins, north central and northeastern Gulf of Mexico. DOE Project Technical Report, Year 1, DE-FC26-03NT41875.

Iledare, O. O. Analyzing the impacts of petroleum fiscal system and prices on petroleum E&P economics and government takes. 2004 Proceedings of the SPE Annual International Technical Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 2-4.

      . An appraisal of the outlook for hydrocarbon resources potential in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf. Presentation at the 2004 International Seminar on Strategic Natural Resources organized by the Center for Investigation on North America, National University of Mexico, Mexico City, May 27-28.
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      . An empirical analysis of OPEC quota mechanism and its determinants, 1993-2003. Proceedings of the USAEE/IAEE 2004 North American Conference, Washington, DC, July 6-10.

      . E&P economics, government takes and oil prices: Is there any connection? Paper presented at the 2004 USAEE/IAEE Annual North American Conference, Washington, DC, July 6-10.

      . The global warming potential of energy use in the U.S. economy: What does the empirical evidence suggest? Paper presented at the Environmental Graduate Organization's Environmental Studies Seminar Series, Louisiana State University, School of the Coast and Environment, Department of Environmental Studies, Baton Rouge, November 5.

      . Oil & gas as engines for economic growth: Issues and policy actions for sustainable economic growth in Nigeria? Paper presented in the plenary session at the SPE Annual International Technical Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 2-4.

      . An overview of factors underlying global crude oil reserve estimates and supply patterns. Presentation at Kiwanis International Weekly Meeting, Baton Rouge, LA, September 9.
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      . The U.S. Gulf of Mexico OCS resources and proved ultimate reserves: Evaluating the significance of deepwater E&P operations. USAEE Dialogue 17(3):17-20.

Iledare, O. O., A. G. Pulsipher, W. O. Olatubi, and D. V. Mesyanzhinov. An empirical analysis of the determinants and value of high bonus bids for petroleum leases in the U.S. outer continental shelf (OCS). Energy Economics 26(2):239-259.

button  Iledare, O. O. and W. O. Olatubi. Effects of changes in oil and gas prices and State offshore petroleum production on the Louisiana economy, 1969-1999. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, August. MMS 2004-052.
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button        . The impact of changes in crude oil prices and offshore oil production on the economic performance of U.S. coastal Gulf States. The Energy Journal 25(2):97-114.

button  Kaiser, M. J. and A. G. Pulsipher. Fiscal system analysis: Concessionary and contractual systems used in offshore petroleum arrangements. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, March. MMS 2004-016.
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      . Gulf of Mexico decommissioning-1: Various factors affect severance selection. Oil & Gas Journal 102(36):41-52.

      . Gulf of Mexico decommissioning-4: Explosives offer another option. Oil & Gas Journal 102(41):37-42.

      . Gulf of Mexico decommissioning-conclusion: Model estimates explosive costs. Oil & Gas Journal 102(43):50-53.

button        . WAP explained. Energy Policy 32(16):1843-1860.

Kaiser, M. J. and A. G. Pulsipher (with R. C. Byrd). Gulf of Mexico decommissioning-2: Abrasive cutting offers one option. Oil & Gas Journal 102(37):37-43.

      . Gulf of Mexico decommissioning-3: Model estimates abrasive cutting costs. Oil & Gas Journal 102(39):44-47.

button  Kaiser, M. J., D. V. Mesyanzhinov, and A. G. Pulsipher. Long-term oil and gas structure installation and removal forecasting in the Gulf of Mexico: A decision- and resource-based approach. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, May. MMS 2004-009.
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button  Kaiser, M. J., A. G. Pulsipher, and R. H. Baumann. The potential economic and environmental impact of a public benefit fund in Louisiana. Energy Policy 32(2):191-206.

(T. McGuire). History of the offshore oil and gas industry in southern Louisiana: Interim report; Volume II: Bayou Lafourche - An oral history of the development of the oil and gas industry. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, July. MMS 2004-050.
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Pulsipher, A. G. One cheer for the Frist/Alexander plan to remodel TVA. The Electricity Journal 17(6):39-50.

Pulsipher, A. G. (with D. Austin, B. Carriker, T. McGuire, J. Pratt, and T. Priest). 2004. History of the offshore oil and gas industry in southern Louisiana: Interim report; Volume I: Papers on the evolving offshore industry. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, July. MMS 2004-049.
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