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Bibliography: 2007

2007

Dismukes, D. E., M. Barnett, and D. Vitrano (with K. Strellec). Gulf of Mexico OCS oil and gas scenario examination: Onshore waste disposal. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, August. MMS 2007-051.

button Goddard, D. A. Geology of the Wilds distributary channel complex: Wilcox group of east-central, Louisiana. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies.

button       . History of the San Jacinto mercury mine; Baragua mountain range, state of Lara, Venezuela. Trans. IX Venezuelan Geological Congress, Caracas Venezuela.

button       . Organic geochemistry of Wilcox shale, coal, and oils: Concordia Parish, Louisiana. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies.

button       . Reservoir characterization of the Wilcox Miller sandstone in east-central Louisiana. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies.

Iledare, O. O. An appraisal of the global E&P industry and its response to changes in crude oil prices. Proceedings of the SPE Annual International Conference & Exhibition, Abuja, Nigeria, August 6-8. SPE Paper #111901.

      . Modeling petroleum price impact on global petroleum E&P industry dynamics, 1980-2006. Presentation, USAEE/IAEE North American Conference, Houston, TX. September 16-19.

      . Oil and the future of Nigeria: Perspectives on challenges and strategic actions for sustainable economic growth and development. IAEE Newsletter 16(Second Quarter):21-25.

Iledare, O. O. and A. G. Pulsipher. Joint bidding restriction policy for selective E&P firms in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico OCS: How persuasive is its effectiveness? Energy Policy 35(6):3126-3133.

button Iledare, O.O. and M.J. Kaiser. Competition and performance in oil and gas lease sales and development in the U.S. 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, May. MMS 2007-034.
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      . Prospectivity, productivity, and profitability on offshore oil and gas leases: The case of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico OCS. USAEE Dialogue 15(3): 23-25.

Kaiser, M. J. Estimating drilling costs-1: Joint association survey, mechanical risk index methods common in GOM. Oil & Gas Journal 105(29):39-47.

      . Estimating drilling costs-2: Indices describe complexity of drilling directional, extended-reach wells. Oil & Gas Journal 105(30):46-52.

      . Fiscal system analysis-Concessionary systems. Energy 32(11):2135-2147.

      . World offshore energy loss statistics. Energy Policy 35(6):3496-3525.

Kaiser, M. J. and A. G. Pulsipher. Estimating drilling costs-Conclusion: Systems approach combines hybrid drilling cost functions. Oil & Gas Journal 105(32):39-47.

      . Generalized functional models for drilling cost estimation. SPE Drilling & Completion 22(2):67-73.

button       . Idle iron in the Gulf of Mexico. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, May. MMS 2007-031.
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      . The impact of weather and ocean forecasting on hydrocarbon production and pollution management in the Gulf of Mexico. Energy Policy 35(2):966-983.

      . Offshore energy loss-1: Loss categories, hazard types in marine operations described. Oil & Gas Journal 105(17):39-44.

      . Offshore energy loss-2: Insurance statistical analysis provided for marine E&D. Oil & Gas Journal 105(18):33-38.

      . Offshore energy loss-3: Weather's role important in marine E&D operations. Oil & Gas Journal 105(19):36-38.

      . A review of the oil and gas sector in Kazakhstan. Energy Policy 35(2):1300-1314.

Kaiser, M. J. and A. G. Pulsipher (with A. Singhal, T. Foster, and R. Vojjala). Catastrophic event modeling-1: How coverage has evolved for offshore storm risks. Oil & Gas Journal 105(45):36-44.

      . Catastrophic event modeling-2: Industry exposure and value at risk to storms in the Gulf of Mexico. Oil & Gas Journal 105(46):36-42.

Kaiser, M. J. (with R. Dodson). Cost of plug and abandonment operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Marine Technology Society Journal 41(2):12-22.

      . Gulf update-1: Gulf of Mexico P&A costs begin to recover from 2005 hurricanes. Oil & Gas Journal 105(45):45-55.

Kaiser, M. J. (with J. H. Gary). Study updates refinery investment cost curves. Oil & Gas Journal 105(16):84-94.

Kaiser, M. J. (with R. Kasprzak). Louisiana adds new reef sites for storm-damaged structures. Oil & Gas Journal 105(22):43-52.

Kaiser, M. J. (with J. Martin). Gulf update-conclusion: Study updates elements, costs of Gulf of Mexico net trawling. Oil & Gas Journal 105(46):43-49.

button Pulsipher, A. G. Living on the edge of the offshore oil and gas industry: Did it make a difference for the incomes of coastal residents. Paper presented at the American Society for Environmental History 2007 Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, March 2.

      . "The properties and relevancy of merit goods." reprinted in An Anthology Regarding Merit Goods: the Unfinished Ethical Revolution in Economic Theory. (ed) Wilfried Ver Eecke. Purdue University Press, pp. 153-173.