US Fossil Fuel Resources: Terminology, Reporting and Summary. Congressional Research Service. Whitney, Gene, Behrens, Carl E., Glover, Carol. November 30, 2010. Discussions of U.S. and global energy supply refer to oil, natural gas, and coal using several terms that may be unfamiliar to some. The terms used to describe different types of fossil fuels have technically precise definitions, and misunderstanding or misuse of these terms may lead to errors and confusion in estimating energy available or making comparisons among fuels, regions, or nations.
API, October 28, 2010. Almost one-third of all API standards, including all standards that are safety-related or have been incorporated into federal regulation, are now available for viewing online.
IOGCC Annual Meeting, ERRT Committee, Tucson, AZ, November 2010. Clay Bretches, Vice President, Marketing & Minerals, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation disscusses an intergrated study plan.
IOGCC Annual Meeting General Session, Tucson, AZ, November 2010. Tom Doll, State Oil and Gas Supervior, Wyoming Oil and Gas Conservation Commission disscusses the new oil and gas rules and regualations that took effect September 15, 2010.
IOGCC Annual Meeting General Session, Tucson, AZ, November 2010. Ann Codrington, Acting Director DWPD discusses Geologic Sequestration, EPA’s Class VI Rulemaking Efforts and the Hydraulic Fracturing Study.
IOGCC Annual Meeting General Session, Tucson, AZ, November 2010. Jack Belcher, Partner, Energy North America gives a complete overview of current and upcoming policy trends from a Washington perspective.
IOGCC Annual Meeting General Session, Tucson, AZ, November 2010. Lynn Helms, Director of the Department of Mineral Resources Industrial Commission in North Dakota gives an overview of exploration and production in the Bakken Formation.
IOGCC Midyear Issues Summit, May 2010, Lexington, KY. John Duda, Director, Strategic Center for Natural Gas & Oil, Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory: Where Energy Challenges Converge and Energy Solutions Emerge.