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Bibliography: 2008

2008

(Austin, D.) History of the offshore oil and gas industry in southern Louisiana. Volume III: Morgan City's history in the era of oil and gas - Perspectives of those who were there. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, September. MMS 2008-044.
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(Austin, D., ed.). History of the offshore oil and gas industry in southern Louisiana. Volume V: Guide to the interviews. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, September. MMS 2008-046.
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(Austin, D. and J. Gaines). History of the offshore oil and gas industry in southern Louisiana. Volume VI: A collection of photographs. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, September. MMS 2008-047.
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button   Dismukes, D. E. Examination of the development of liquefied natural gas on the Gulf of Mexico. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, July. MMS 2008-017.
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button   Goddard, D.A. (with E.A. Mancini, M. Horn, and S.C. Talukdar). Hydrocarbon generating potential: Jurassic Cotton Valley - Bossier Group, North Louisiana Salt Basin. Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Transactions 58:305-325.
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button   Goddard, D. A. (with E. A. Mancini, P. Li, V. Ramirez, and S. C. Talukdar). Mesozoic (Upper Jurassic-Lower Cretaceous) deep gas reservoir play, central and eastern Gulf coastal plain. AAPG Bulletin 92(3):283-308.

Iledare, O.O.  An appraisal of the oil and gas industry reform and institutional restructuring in Nigeria. IAEE Energy Forum (Fall).

      .Developing energy infrastructure for sustainable economic development: Lessons from the ten largest world economies. Paper presented at the 1st NAEE/IAEE International Conference, Abuja, Nigeria, April 28-30.

      . Economic characterization of key players and factors driving global petroleum supply and pricing trend. Paper presented at the 31st IAEE International Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, June 16-20.

      . Petroleum and the future of Nigeria: Challenges, constraints and strategies for growth and development. Institute of Petroleum Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. IPS Monograph Series No. 5, p. 30.

      . Petroleum based economy: Understanding the new policy path to sustainable growth and prosperity. Paper presented at the 31st IAEE International Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, June 16-20.

      . Profitability of deepwater petroleum leases:  Empirical evidence from the U.S. Gulf of Mexico OCS Region. SPE paper (#116602)  presented at the 2008 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition, Denver, Colorado, September 21-24.

      . Simulation analysis of the economics of offshore petroleum lease development in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico deepwater region Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the USAEE, New Orleans, December.

Kaiser, M.J. A review of ship breaking and rig scrapping in the Gulf of Mexico. Ocean Development and International Law 39(2):178-199.

      . Economic limit of offshore structures in the Gulf of Mexico - Descriptive statistics. Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy 3(2):203-214.

      . Economic limit of offshore structures in the Gulf of Mexico - Regression modeling. Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy 3(3):280-288.

      . Modeling regulatory policies associated with offshore structure removal requirements in the Gulf of Mexico. Energy 33(7):1038-1054.

      . The impact of extreme weather on offshore production in the Gulf of Mexico. Applied Mathematical Modelling 32(10):1996-2018.

Kaiser, M.J. and A.G. Pulsipher.  A review and update of supplemental bonding requirements 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, October.  TA&R #600.
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Kaiser, M. J., D. E. Dismukes, and Y. Yu. Modeling Gulf of Mexico lost production - 1: Field redevelopment economics and storm impact assessment. Oil & Gas Journal 106(25):42-50.

      . Modeling Gulf of Mexico lost production - 2: Model framework can aid decision on redevelopment. Oil & Gas Journal 106(26):49-53.

      . Modeling Gulf of Mexico lost production - 3: Value of production losses tallied for 2004-05 storms. Oil & Gas Journal 106(27):32-36.

Kaiser, M.J. (with R.A. Kasprzak). The impact of the 2005 hurricane season on the Louisiana Artificial Reef Program. Marine Policy 32(6):956-967.

Kaiser, M.J. and Y. Yu (with C. Jablonowski). Modeling Gulf of Mexico lost production - 4: Meta evaluation helps model lost Gulf of Mexico output. Oil & Gas Journal 106(28):30-34.

(McGuire, T.). History of the offshore oil and gas industry in southern Louisiana. Volume II: Bayou Lafourche - Oral histories 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, September. MMS 2008-043.
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Pulsipher, A.G. (with D. Austin, T. Priest, L. Penney, J. Pratt, J. Abel, and J. Taylor). History of the offshore oil and gas industry in southern Louisiana. 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, September. MMS 2008-042.
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(Sell, J.L. and T. McGuire). History of the offshore oil and gas industry in southern Louisiana. Volume IV: Terrebonne Parish. Prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service by Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, September. MMS 2008-045.
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