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Bibliography: 2013

2013 

Dismukes, D.E. Combined Heat & Power in Louisiana: Status, Potential, and Policies. Phase 1 Report: Resource Characterization & Database. Louisiana Department of Natural Resources. 62 pp. Click here to view or download complete publication.

Dismukes, D.E.  Unconventional resources and Louisiana's manufacturing development renaissance.  Washington, DC: America's Natural Gas Alliance, and Baton Rouge: Louisiana Oil & Gas Association.  93 pp.  Click here to view or download complete publication.

Iledare, O.O.  Oil in Latin America (LATAM): A statistical review and perspective.  Paper presented at the 4th ELAEE Conference, April 8-9, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Iledare, O.O. (ed.) (with A. Adenikinju and A. Iwayemi).  Proceedings of the 2012 NAEE Conference: Energy technology and infrastructure for development.  Ibadan, Nigeria: Atlantis Books.  668 pp.

Iledare, O.O. (with J. Echendu).  A comparative analysis of the impact of production sharing contract (PSC) terms and instruments on deepwater E&P in the Atlantic Gulf of Guinea.  Paper presented at the 4th ELAEE Conference, April 8-9, Montevideo, Uruguay.

Kaiser, M.J.  Coal company valuation, production and reserves.  International Journal of Oil, Gas and Coal Technology 6(4):367-391.

Kaiser, M.J. and B.F. Snyder.  Assessing the offshore drilling market: Fleet values depend upon rig specification, market conditions, and contract backlog.  Offshore 73(2):44-48.

     .  Capital investment and operational decision making in the offshore drilling industry.  Engineering Economist 58(1):35-58.

     .  Economic impacts of the offshore supply vessel shipbuilding market in the Gulf of Mexico.  Maritime Economics & Logistics  15(2):256-287.

     .  Empirical models of jackup rig lightship displacement.  Ships and Offshore Structures 8(5):468-476.

     .  Measuring competition in the offshore drilling market: Analysis finds jackup market unconcentrated; floater market moderately concentrated.  Offshore 73(4):54-58.

     .  Modeling offshore wind installation costs on the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf.  Renewable Energy 50(February):676-691.

     .  Modelling service vessel activity in the Outer Continental Shelf Gulf of Mexico.  International Journal of Logistics - Research and Applications 16(1):51-85.

     .  A primer on the offshore contract drilling industry.  Ocean Development and International Law 44(3):287-314.

     .  Reviewing newbuild drill rig strategies: Data suggests that as contractor size increases, newbuild investment decreases.  Offshore 73(3):44-47.

     .  The five offshore drilling rig markets.  Marine Policy  39(May):201-214.

     .  The offshore drilling industry and rig construction in the Gulf of Mexico.  London: Springer.  312 pp.

Kaiser, M.J., B. Snyder, and A.G. Pulsipher.  Offshore drilling industry and rig construction market in the Gulf of Mexico.  U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, New Orleans, LA.  OCS Study BOEM 2013-0112.  375 p. Click here to view or download complete publication.

Kaiser, M.J. and Y. Yu.  Haynesville update      1: North Louisiana gas shale's drilling decline precipitous.  Oil & Gas Journal 111(12):62-67.