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  • Title:
    NMOGA: Hectic pace suits association
  • Journal / Series:
  • Volume:
    44
  • Page:
    159
  • Publisher:
    NATIONAL PUBLISHERS GROUP INC.
  • Year of publication:
    2001
  • Size:
    159 pages
  • ISSN:
  • Type of media:
    Article (Journal)
  • Type of material:
    Print
  • Language:
    English
  • Classification:
    DDC:    665.5

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Drilling Ban: KOGA responds to Kentucky drilling moratorium
| 2001
17
State Legislation: Amendment eases SARA Title III reporting for Ohio producers
| 2001
18
State Legislative: Colorado passes property owner notification ordinance; Texas governor vetoes check-off; Illinois House delays SARA Title III reporting change
| 2001
19
State Legislative: `Rigs to Reefs' bill vetoed in California; Texas speaker of the house unveils interim changes
| 2001
25
NAPE: Expert on terrorism keynotes luncheon
| 2001
25
IOGA WV: Natural gas and politics are topics for winter meeting
| 2001
31
Federal Legislation: National energy policy debate moves from House to Senate
| 2001
33
Federal Legislation: Energy bill goes nowhere in Senate
| 2001
33
Federal Legislation: House considers energy policy bills
| 2001
34
LIAISON, IPAA release policy paper
| 2001
34
FERC Order 637: California crisis fuels IPAA appeal
| 2001
34
Public Lands: Associations outline access problems
| 2001
34
SDO: Denial of appeal moves anti-dumping petition
| 2001
35
Energy Policy: IPAA warns against pressure politics
| 2001
35
IPAA Midyear: Danger lurks in `best of times'
| 2001
35
IOGCC Annual Meeting: Energy industry braces for price fallout
| 2001
36
NAPE: Exposition stays on cutting edge
| 2001
36
Federal Legislation: Bills boost Gulf Lease Sale 181 and SPR; IPAMS challenges coalbed methane dispute resolution bill
| 2001
36
Federal Legislation: House adds oil and gas R&D funding
| 2001
36
OCS Leasing: MMS 2002-07 proposal breaks no new ground
| 2001
36
LIAISON: Cooperating associations host Washington breakfast
| 2001
37
PBIOS: President steers course for 2002 show
| 2001
38
Federal Government: Associations praise Bush Cabinet; Congressional leadership takes place
| 2001
38
Public Lands: Associations fight access restrictions
| 2001
38
LIAISON Committee: Delegates begin overhaul of Independent Producer Agenda
| 2001
38
Knowledge Management Key to Long-Term Success
Kave, S. / Nilsson, B. | 2001
39
Federal Legislation: Bills push conservation, alternatives
| 2001
40
LIAISON Committee: Events cloud energy policy timetable
| 2001
40
Supply/Demand Forecast: IPAA expects gas production to grow
| 2001
41
Royalty Ruling: Colorado Supreme Court denies post-production cost deductions
| 2001
41
Supply & Demand: IPAA sees rising natural gas demand
| 2001
41
LIAISON Committee: Independents try to get message out
| 2001
41
Order 637: IPAA urges FERC to watch pipelines
| 2001
42
State Legislative: Colorado reviews land/mineral owners link; Wyoming nixes tax hikes; Texas renews severance tax fight; Pennsylvania pushes water plan
| 2001
42
Technical Innovations Key North Slope CTD Sidetrack Success
McCarty, T. M. / Stanley, M. J. / Gantt, L. L. | 2001
42
Gas Gathering: Definition issue still unresolved
| 2001
42
Independents Plan to Go the Extra Mile
Campbell, B. | 2001
42
Federal Legislation: Democrats propose own energy plan
| 2001
42
Decision Impacts Future of LNG in Australia
Slatford, M. | 2001
43
Public Lands: Federal court rejects `roadless rule'
| 2001
44
Latin America Holds Opportunities for U.S. Independents
Corr, E. G. / Walschap, Y. S. | 2001
44
Long-Life Gas Reserves Give Cross Timbers a Winning Hand
Beims, T. | 2001
44
Deep drilling in tight rocks' summarizes the strategy at El Paso Production Co
Erskine, R. D. | 2001
44
A range of service offerings and options from today's midstream natural gas industry are designed to provide new alternatives for producers to maximize production efficiency and enhance profitability
Powell, W. D. | 2001
44
Teamwork, Technology Lead to Swift Energy Successes
Beims, T. | 2001
44
New Generation Wireline Tools Get Lowered Down Drill Pipe
Lamle, W. / Martin, D. W. / Hunter, J. L. / Elkington, P. | 2001
45
Lease Sale 178: Shallow water, deep gas fuel bidding
| 2001
45
EM MWD Proves Effective in Difficult Drilling Environments
Hicks, T. / Colvin, S. A. | 2001
47
Texas Railroad Commission: Sunset review recommends bonding
| 2001
48
Incentives Designed to Stimulate Investment
Barrows, G. H. | 2001
50
Strong Prices, Tight Supply Characterize Oil Market
Henry, J. C. | 2001
50
System Acquires Bore Hole Seismic While Drilling
Esmersoy, C. / Underhill, W. / Hawthorn, A. | 2001
51
Technology, Exploration Programs have TXCO Standing Tall
Shirley, K. | 2001
52
Technology, Public Relations Help Independent Win Big Concession
Boyles, G. | 2001
52
Study Assesses Multilateral Technologies, Applications
Crouse, P. C. | 2001
52
Marginal Fields Hold Major Opportunity for Independents
Manning, M. | 2001
53
Beims, T. | 2001
53
Storage, Deliverability Driving Natural Gas Pricing
Hopper, J. M. | 2001
56
Independents Making Hay with Deep Gas Projects
Shirley, K. | 2001
56
UBO Helping Industry Ascend Multilateral Hierarchy
McGowen, H. E. / Medley, G. H. | 2001
56
Activity Remains Buoyant in the North Sea
Balch, J. | 2001
56
E-Business Demands Vigilant Security
Morse, W. | 2001
57
Market Factors Indicate Stronger Prices Over Long Term
Colcleugh, R. F. G. | 2001
58
Crude Oil Hedging Strategy Vital for Plains Resources
Armstrong, G. L. | 2001
60
Horizontal Program Gives Pawnee Field New Life
Schmidt, K. | 2001
60
TUBULARS TECHNOLOGY
Huff, C. W. | 2001
62
Integrated Analysis Optimizes Coalbed Methane Economics
Zuber, M. D. / Boyer, C. | 2001
62
Knowledge Management Improves Productivity, Profitability
Toelle, B. / Holland, D. | 2001
62
Building Bank Relationships Key for Smaller Independents
McCarter, T. O. | 2001
62
Integration at Core of E-Business Strategies
Peacock, S. | 2001
63
`Northern Gas' Vital Component in Supply Mix
Woods, T. | 2001
64
Past Experience Best Guide for Addressing Current Gas Issues
Horvath, R. S. | 2001
64
TECH-2001
Paul, D. L. | 2001
66
Electronic Data Introduce New Challenges, Benefits
Hay, J. | 2001
68
Composite-Lined Tubulars Excel in Corrosive Environments
Ross, K. M. | 2001
68
`Anomalously-Pressured' Gas Holds Huge Potential
Surdam, R. C. | 2001
68
Horizontal Technology Viable in Marginal Field Developments
Knoll, R. G. | 2001
68
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Already something of a global phenomenon, Linux™ has arrived in upstream oil and gas to open new possibilities in exploration and production computing
Sherman, J. / Roth, M. | 2001
68
An important future is emerging for deep onshore lower-48 natural gas reserves as the industry scrambles to answer the supply call. The costs and risks of developing deep gas are higher, but so are the potential rewards; a single deep discovery can propel a small company into the natural gas "big leagues" overnight
Cochener, J. C. / Hill, D. G. | 2001
68
With installations increasing dramatically around the world, multiphase pumping technology is evolving as a new artificial lift solution. With the ability to improve efficiencies, reduce costs and expand field development options, multiphase production has become an enabling technology that allows access to previously inaccessible reserves in deepwater, Arctic and other environments
Scott, S. L. | 2001
69
Lessons Learned Over the Winter Have an Attentive Audience
Wells, B. | 2001
69
CT-Based Sand Control Unlocks Marginal Reserve Potential
Fitzpatrick, H. | 2001
71
Internet Technologies Improve Decision Making
Lee, J. | 2001
71
Technologies Key to Future Coalbed Methane Development
Ramaswamy, G. | 2001
72
Producers' Ability to Compete Intertwined with FERC Rules
Sweet, D. | 2001
73
Instrumentation Takes Reservoir Monitoring to New Level
Lumley, D. | 2001
73
Fuel Cells Provide Benefits for Generating Electricity on Site
LeSage, B. | 2001
74
Technology Remediates Sustained Casing Pressure
Terrill, B. | 2001
74
Demanding Permian Basin Wells Show Effectiveness of PCPs
Adair, R. L. / Kramer, T. | 2001
74
With independents amassing an ever-growing share of both shallow and deepwater acreage and drilling the majority of wells, the Gulf of Mexico's future appears to belong to independents
| 2001
74
Advances Improving Measurement Accuracy, Speed
Bowles, E. B. / Hatton, G. J. | 2001
76
Frac Packs Emerge as Top Deepwater Completion Option
Van Domelen, M. / Ritter, W. / Hammeke, D. | 2001
76
Drilling fluids are essential to the success of drilling operations, whether drilling balanced, overbalanced or underbalanced
Caenn, R. | 2001
76
DRILLING TECHNOLOGY Increased activity not only has virtually every land rig with a crew hard at work, but likely obligated for most of 2001
Mason, R. | 2001
77
E&P `Gets Smart' with Virtual Intelligence
Mohaghegh, S. D. | 2001
78
Prime Mover Advances Helping Meet Compression Demands
Hall, K. C. / Elijah, J. A. | 2001
78
Understanding Reservoir Properties Key to Coalbed Gas Success
Nelson, C. R. / Pratt, T. J. | 2001
79
From Processing to Interpretation, Linux Wave Rolls On
Beims, T. | 2001
79
Fiber Optics Lead to Smarter Field Management
Tubel, P. | 2001
80
System Optimizes Plunger Lift Performance
McCoy, J. / Rowlan, L. / Podio, A. L. | 2001
80
Optical Sensors Open New Capabilities in Downhole Monitoring
Laurence, O. | 2001
81
Offshore Presents Unique Measurement Challenges
Lake, W. T. | 2001
84
IT Advances Creating `Advanced Digital Enterprises'
Anderson, R. / Esser, W. | 2001
84
New Valve Technology Modernizes Older Compressors
Robertson, R. | 2001
84
`Microbubble' System Key to Success at Indian Basin Field
Kinchen, D. / Peavy, M. / Brookey, T. / Rhodes, D. | 2001
84
Advances Improve Hydraulic Fracturing Effectiveness
Cole, E. L. | 2001
85
Robotic Devices Readying for Mission into Well Bore
Haut, R. / Donovan, J. | 2001
86
Shallow-Water Gas Activity Driving Gulf Rig Market
Moers, R. | 2001
87
Technologies Improve Ability to Manage Pressures while Drilling
Hannegan, D. M. / Divine, R. | 2001
88
Rate Hikes Part of Changing Insurance Market Conditions
Ludwig, J. | 2001
88
Method Improves Rod-Pumped, Deviated Well Diagnostics
Xu, J. / Nolen, K. B. / Boyer, L. / Gibbs, S. G. | 2001
88
Coalbed Methane Drilling Out-Races Federal Regulations
Schaible, B. | 2001
88
UBD Brings New Life to Old Onshore Alabama Field
Benoit, C. P. L. D. J. / Vining, P. R. | 2001
89
All the Hype Aside, Internet Remains Powerful Enabler
Livesay, J. | 2001
90
Integrating Expertise, Technology Crucial in Deep Water
Goodale, R. | 2001
90
Compressor Manufacturers Responding to Demand Call
Shade, W. N. | 2001
90
Satellites Enable Remote Asset Monitoring
Svinterud, B. T. | 2001
91
Advances Point Way Forward in Upstream Computing
Shirley, K. | 2001
91
ECD Modeling Leads to Success in Drilling Subsalt Rubble Zone
Young, M. / Hargis, V. / Estep, F. | 2001
92
Midstream Expands Role in Gas Processing, Supply Chain
Shirley, K. | 2001
93
Compression Products, Services Help Operators `Get Job Done'
Lee, M. | 2001
93
Technology Transforms Raw Data into Sound Decisions
Carney, M. / Rossi, D. / Guglielmo, G. | 2001
94
Biotechnology Emerging as New Solution in Oil and Gas Wells
Wright, W. | 2001
94
Fiber Additive Technology Solves Hole Cleaning Problems
Davis, K. | 2001
94
Growing Losses, Other Factors Lead to Uncertainty
Schaible, B. | 2001
95
Appalachian Basin Buzzing with Both Big, Small Projects
Torkelson, D. | 2001
95
Connections Key to Mitigating Rod Failures
Newman, F. / Lord, D. / Dillingham, D. | 2001
96
Insurance Costs on the Rise for Well Servicing
Fisher, B. | 2001
97
Fluid System Key to Record Subsalt Drilling Performance
Meize, R. A. / Young, M. / Hudspeth, D. H. / Chesebro, S. B. | 2001
97
Internet Creates Real Value in Core E&P Processes
Derr, T. | 2001
98
Technologies, Processes Key to Deep Well's Success
Stronach, G. R. / Voden, G. S. / Hubbard, J. S. / Ming, M. / Northcutt, C. | 2001
98
Automation Streamlines Operations, Optimizes Production
Shirley, K. | 2001
99
Microbial Survey Yields Success in Mature Basins
Hitzman, D. C. | 2001
100
Sale 181, Subsea Technologies Vital to Gulf of Mexico's Future
Beims, T. | 2001
100
Tax-Deferred Exchanges Diversify Asset Portfolios
Duffield, C. | 2001
100
Independents Taking Technology's Edge to New Heights
Holder, D. | 2001
101
Time-Lapse Gradiometry Opens New Possibilities
Talwani, M. / DiFrancesco, D. / Feldman, W. | 2001
103
Technology Economically Removes Nitrogen In Low-Volume Wells
Mitariten, M. | 2001
103
E-Business Transforming Business as Usual in Upstream
Magyar, D. | 2001
103
Technology Bridges Divide Between Geosciences, Drilling
Turvill, J. | 2001
104
4-C Seismic Reduces Risk, Solves Imaging Challenges
Berteussen, K.-A. | 2001
104
TIPRO: Market instability complicates planning
| 2001
105
Geophysical Tools Enhance Pre-Drill Pore Pressure Prediction
Huffman, A. R. | 2001
106
CO~2 Pilot Demonstrates Interwell Seismic's Value in 4-D
Justice, J. H. | 2001
107
Bi-Center Technology Finding Application in Subsalt
Senger, J. | 2001
108
ASPs Provide Access to High-End Technologies
D Angelo, J. / Warren, L. / Holland, W. | 2001
108
Evolving Regulations, Technologies Impact Wireless SCADA
Scott, S. | 2001
108
IPAA Annual: Market analysts find reason for optimism; Past holds lessons for future success
| 2001
109
Advances Give Clear Look at Deep Gas Prize in Shallow Water
Reynolds, D. / Freed, D. / Snyder, B. / Windels, R. | 2001
110
Microturbines Key to Coalbed Methane Success Story
Lampe, S. W. | 2001
111
Offshore Presents Myriad Challenges, Opportunities
Bulmahn, T. P. | 2001
112
Bits Designed to Tackle Toughest Drilling Objectives
Lee, M. | 2001
112
3-D PreSDM Delineates Salt Dome-Related Prospect
Pascual, R. V. / Gochioco, L. M. / Sumrall, L. M. | 2001
113
Politics: Oil industry holds the key to 2002 elections
| 2001
114
Reservoir Optimization Tools Enhance Recovery, Production
Medvin, E. / Dumas, D. | 2001
114
COGA: Educating public remains association priority
| 2001
114
Automation key for Pennaco in Coalbed Methane Operations
Morgan, J. P. | 2001
115
Fluid Property Changes Clues to Reservoirs
Benson, R. D. / Davis, T. L. / Jenner, E. | 2001
115
Push into Deep Water Drives Subsea Technology's Evolution
Thomas, D. | 2001
115
Rocky Mountains: Good days ahead for gas
| 2001
116
3-D Visualization Helps Unravel Complex Field Offshore Alaska
Toelle, B. / Langeler, M. / Glaser, K. | 2001
116
Region VI EPA Promotes Regulatory Flexibility
Cooke, G. A. | 2001
117
MIPRO: Oilmen face challenges in courtroom
| 2001
117
Technologies Bring Stranded Gas, Heavy Oil into Play
Cooley, T. | 2001
118
Roadless Initiative: Groups plan response to `land grab'
| 2001
118
Gas Pricing: Hedging can smooth bumpy market
| 2001
119
IOGA NY: Facts fight misperceptions
| 2001
120
IPAA v. Babbitt: Royalty lawsuit reaches end of line
| 2001
120
Multicomponent Seismic Ushering in Revolutionary Change
Hardage, B. A. | 2001
121
Method Characterizes Reservoir During Drilling
Samuel, G. R. / Miska, S. | 2001
121
NMOGA: Association builds bridges based on trust
| 2001
121
Components Bring Automation Capability to Gas Compression
Vevurka, J. | 2001
121
Intelligent Completion Systems Enhance Marginal Wells
Johnson, D. | 2001
122
DAVO Unlocks Potential of West Cameron 76
McGovern, S. / Rouen, M. / Addington, T. | 2001
122
`Three Cs' Approach Integrates Seismic Attributes, Log Data
Carr, M. / Smith, M. / Taylor, G. | 2001
123
Internet Opening New Possibilities in Seismic Processing
Popovici, A. M. / Bevc, D. | 2001
123
E-Business Facilitates Collaboration, Enablement
Chellis, M. V. / Fawcett, S. | 2001
124
CO~2 Technology is Economic Solution for Reserve Recovery
Bradley, T. | 2001
124
Operators Test Dewatering Techniques, New Frac Technology
Holder, D. | 2001
124
Loan Guarantee: Producer seeks to revive loan program
| 2001
125
Mechanization Improves Drilling Productivity, Safety
Mathews, F. / Abrahamsen, E. | 2001
125
Stripper Well Report: Marginal oil production on the rise
| 2001
126
Resource Potential: Reserve estimates continue to grow
| 2001
128
Tool Improves Evaluation of Low-Resistivity Pay Zones
Mollison, R. | 2001
128
Natural Gas: Potential Gas Committee estimates 63 years of reserves; AGA reports reserve additions
| 2001
128
OOGA: Ohio awaits fallout from hydraulic fracturing rule
| 2001
128
Fuel Cells May Bring Profound Change
Parsons, P. | 2001
129
Waste Handling: Louisiana proposes commercial disposal rules
| 2001
129
High-Power G&G Applications Level Playing Field
Lange, M. | 2001
130
AVO Mitigates Risk, Improves Success Rates Onshore
Cancienne, G. P. / Castagna, J. P. / Frisillo, A. L. | 2001
130
CT Workovers Extend Reach of Slickline Operations
McClatchie, D. W. / Moon, B. | 2001
130
Tech Transfer: NPTO chooses projects for preferred upstream management practices
| 2001
130
VOGA: Association fights to protect gas producer rights
| 2001
132
EKOGA: Producers review EPA inspections
| 2001
132
KIOGA: Association strives to sustain soaring industry
| 2001
134
Research Programs Investigate Gulf Geologic Environment
Ganey-Curry, P. E. / Galloway, W. E. / Olson, H. C. | 2001
135
Technology Enables Microresistivity Imaging in OBM Applications
Cheung, P. / Pittman, D. / Hayman, A. / Laronga, R. / Vessereau, P. / Ounadjela, A. / Desport, O. / Hansen, S. / Lamb, M. / Borbas, T. | 2001
136
IOGA WV: West Virginia looks to deep gas to maintain production
| 2001
136
NMOGA: Land use conflicts precipitate business changes
| 2001
139
Technologies Add Value to Geologic Analysis
Meinwald, J. | 2001
139
CT Technology Offers Cost-Effective Fracturing Alternative
Stromquist, M. | 2001
140
Turbidites Key to Unlocking Potential of Deep Water
Kuecher, G. / Millington, J. | 2001
143
Solutions Optimize Deepwater Completion, Stimulation
Rubinstein, P. / Wetzel, R. J. / Price, P. / Keese, R. | 2001
143
Texas: Associations assail RRC's spill response plan
| 2001
144
EPA Priorities: Industry groups assail EPA enforcement proposal
| 2001
144
OIPA: National security tied to energy policy
| 2001
145
SPCC: EPA proposes revisions to spill prevention, control and countermeasure rules
| 2001
146
California: Energy crisis dominates legislature
| 2001
146
Coalbed Methane: Wyoming, Montana sign water disposal accord
| 2001
146
IOGA WV: New governor will address winter meeting
| 2001
147
Abundant Reserves Touching Off `Gas Rush' to Rockies
Shirley, K. | 2001
148
Program Features All Aspects of Offshore Technology
Lee, M. | 2001
150
Tribute: Texas oil and gas producers salute Tom Haywood
| 2001
151
Oil & Gas Law: Gas measurement subject to errors
| 2001
152
Number of Rigs Reflects Positive Trend
Beckwith, R. | 2001
155
EKOGA: New prospects, old rules fill agenda
| 2001
156
IPAA Midyear: Gas market outlook slips from great to good
| 2001
158
Industry Image: Nonprofit group encourages energy literacy
| 2001
159
NMOGA: Hectic pace suits association
| 2001
162
Kansas: CO~2 flood pilot takes different turns
| 2001
164
COGA: Conference examines `Persian Gulf of gas'
| 2001
164
COGA: `Persian Gulf of Gas' responds to market
| 2001
165
Energy Policy: DOI secretary promises new vision
| 2001
167
Land Use: County, city regulations complicate Colorado access
| 2001
170
IPANM: Association endeavors to lower federal hurdles
| 2001
170
Energy Bill: Politics shape federal energy strategy
| 2001
170
IPANM: Members balance rules, energy demand
| 2001
173
IOGA WV: Association grows in changing times
| 2001
177
IOGA Pa: Producers take care of business
| 2001
183
IOPA, Tri-State: National energy policy needs support
| 2001
186
KOGA: Convention ends busy year
| 2001
190
TIPRO: Success comes on variety of fronts
| 2001
196
Oil Spills: Texas RRC develops risk-based response program
| 2001
198
OIPA: Presidents look to association's future
| 2001
204
IPAMS: Natural gas prospects bullish in the Rockies
| 2001
208
CIPA: Members concentrate on `silver lining'
| 2001
L32
Operators Maintaining Fast Pace in Deepwater, Shelf Fields
Shirley, K. | 2001
L44
Vast Untapped Potential Holds New Promise for Gulf's Future
Batchelder, E. C. | 2001
L51
New Rules Bringing Major Change to Offshore Training
Sauvage, D. V. | 2001

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