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Bibliography: 2012

2012 

Dismukes, D.E.  Louisiana's Tuscaloosa Marine Shale development: Emerging resource and economic potentials.  Catalyst January-April: 18-20.

     .  Removing big wind's "Training Wheels": The case for ending the Federal Production Tax Credit.  Washington, DC: American Energy Alliance.  20 pp.  Click here to view or download complete publication.

     . The impact of legacy lawsuits on conventional oil and gas drilling in Louisiana. Louisiana State University, Center for Energy Studies, February. Click here to view or download complete publication.

Iledare, O.O. (with J.C. Echendu and E.I. Onwuka).  Comparative performance analysis of petroleum sharing contracts in Angola, equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and Nigeria.  Paper presented at Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition, August 6-8, 2012, Lagos, Nigeria. SPE# 162990.

Iledare, O.O. (with J.C. Echendu and E.I. Onwuka).  Evaluating the impact of depreciation methods and production decline patterns on deepwater economics: A case study of Nigeria.  Paper presented at Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition , August 6-8, 2012, Lagos, Nigeria.  SPE# 163007.

Kaiser, M.J.  Haynesville relaxes on cheap gas, draw of liquids plays, drill-outs.  Oil & Gas Journal 110(12):68-73.

     .  Haynesville shale play economic analysis. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 82-83(2012):75-89.

     .  Hydrocarbon production forecast for Louisiana: Producing field module.  Mathematical and Computer Modelling 55(3-4):564-589.

     . Modeling the horizontal well severance tax exemption in Louisiana. Energy 40(1):410-427.

     . Profitability assessment of Haynesville shale gas wells. Energy 38(1):315-330.

Kaiser, M.J. and B. Snyder.  Contract duration, well type exert strong influence on day rates.  Offshore  72(11):56-60. 

     .  Empirical relations characterize rig day rates: Part 2 examines the impact of oil prices and utilization on rig demand and day rates.  Offshore  72(10):54-58.

     .  Labor, material needs estimated for US construction of jack ups.  Oil & Gas Journal  110(8):50-62. 

     . Modeling offshore wind installation vessel day-rates in the United States. Maritime Economics & Logistics 14(2):220-248.

      . Modeling the decommissioning cost of offshore wind development on the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf.  Marine Policy  36(1):153-164.

      .  New model offers tool for analyzing rig day rates: Data from over 7,000 rig contracts used to test and validate.  Offshore  72(9):40-42.

      .  New model predicts jackup weight and displacement: Analytical tool offers additional metric for design and benchmarking.  Offshore  72(8):80-83.

      . Offshore wind capital cost estimation in the US Outer Continental Shelf: A reference class approach. Marine Policy 36(5):1112-1122.

      .  Offshore wind decommissioning regulations and workflows in the Outer Continental Shelf United States.  Marine Policy  36(1):113-121.

      .  Offshore wind energy cost modeling: Installation and decommissioning.  Green Energy and Technology Series, #85. New York: Springer.  235 pp. 

      . Reviewing rig construction cost factors: Labor, material prices, shipyard location play key role. Offshore 72(7):49-53.

Kaiser, M.J. and Y. Yu. A scenario-based hydrocarbon production forecast for Louisiana. Natural Resources Research 21(1):143-162.

      .  A severance tax revenue forecast model for Louisiana. Natural Resources Research 21(2):245-264.

      .  Louisiana drilling and production activity review. Oil & Gas Journal 110(10):58-68.

      .  Louisiana drilling and production activity review.  Tulsa, OK: PennEnergy Research.  66 pp.

      .  Louisiana Hayneville shale-2: Economic operating envelopes characterized for Hayneville shale. Oil & Gas Journal 110(1a):70-74, 87.

      . Louisiana Haynesville shale-3 (conclusion): Operating envelope of Haynesville shale wells’ profitability described. Oil & Gas Journal 110(2):60-67.

Kaiser, M.J., D.E. Dismukes, and Y. Yu. Modeling lost production in the Gulf of Mexico - III. Results and limitations. Energy Sources Part B - Economics Planning and Policy 7(1):61-70.