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Title: Energy Industry: Strategies for sucess-a deep solution
Authors:
Source: Texas Rising, 2009, :    
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade
Additional Information: ID: 2338; Denbury's Green Pipeline, ; SandRidge Energy,.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80192
 
Title: Book reviews (review of The Big Rich: The Rise and Fall of Texas Oil Fortunes by Bryan Burrough)
Authors: Copling,Nathan;Kelley,Mary L.
Source: East Texas Historical Association, 2009, 47 :2 ,pg 81- 94
Subjects: Burrough Bryan Petroleum industry and trade (Book review)
Additional Information: ID: 2476; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 80459
 
Title: Commentary: Big oil's big cushion
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2008, 100 :10 ,pg 22-  
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade Corporate welfare Fuel switching - Finance
Additional Information: ID: 7820; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47450
 
Title: Free-market snake oil
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2008, 100 :13 ,pg 24-  
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade
Additional Information: ID: 7953; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47459
 
Title: Public sector spending will mitigate effect of U.S. slowdown
Authors: Riner,Deborah L.
Source: Mexico Consensus Economic Forecast, 2008, :    
Subjects: Mexico - Economic conditions Mexico - Petroleum industry and trade
Additional Information: ID: 8512; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49584
 
Title: Oil and gas drilling projects increasing in the Gulf of Mexico
Authors: Rivers,David A.
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2008, :    
Subjects: Offshore oil well drilling - Gulf of Mexico Petroleum industry and trade
Additional Information: ID: 8313; Taking the plunge-Discovery in Tahiti Field; Tahiti Spar; Chart: Tahiti Field development/Green Canyon Area-Gulf of Mexico/ Tahiti floating production facility.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49603
 
Title: Political intelligence: Risky business - Sinking in it
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, 2008, 100 :12    
Subjects: Daisetta (Tex.) TexCom Gulf Disposal Injection wells Petroleum industry and trade
Additional Information: ID: 7837; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 44177
 
Title: Editorial: Pandering at the pump
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Source: Texas Observer, 2008, 100 :13    
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade Hutchison Kay Bailey Perry Rick McCain John
Additional Information: ID: 7941; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 44194
 
Title: War of the wells: The Railroad Commission has failed to protect Texans from oil and gas drillers, so citizens are learning to fight back on their own
Authors: Middleton,Rusty
Source: Texas Observer, 2008, 100 :7    
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade Railroad Commission of Texas Henry Dale Williams Michael
Additional Information: ID: 8554; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48803
 
Title: Gushing about Kilgore: Follow the derricks to find a town rich in history
Authors: Bryant,Helen
Source: Texas Highways, 2008, 55 :6 ,pg 52- 60
Subjects: Kilgore College (Kilgore Tex.) - Museums Petroleum industry and trade - Museums Cliburn Van
Additional Information: ID: 7993; East Texas Oil Museum.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45865
 
Title: The oil conundrum: Excerpts from Gusher of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions of 'Energy Independence'
Authors: Bryce,Robert
Source: Texas Observer, 2008, 100 :9 ,pg 13- 17
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade Energy consumption Automobiles - Fuel
Additional Information: ID: 8625; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45875
 
Title: The risk premium: Russell Spell thought he knew what he was getting into when he signed on with a Houston company to build a pipeline in Nigeria, where corruption and violence are commonplace and the safety of workers cannot be guaranteed. But he never im
Authors: Swartz,Mimi
Source: Texas Monthly, 2008, 36 :6 ,pg 140- 145
Subjects: Spell Russell Petroleum industry and trade - Nigeria
Additional Information: ID: 7871; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50439
 
Title: Bad bills: Walks like a duck
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, 2007, 99 :10 ,pg 15- 16
Subjects: Chisum Warren Petroleum industry and trade Pollution - Law and legislation
Additional Information: ID: 6221; H.B. 1927.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 43357
 
Title: Prices, petroleum, P/Ex, and the peso
Authors: Fullerton,Thomas M. Jr;Angel L.Molina Jr.;Martha Patricia Barraza,de Anda
Source: Mexico Consensus Economic Forecast, 2007, :    
Subjects: Mexico - Petroleum industry and trade Mexico - Money
Additional Information: ID: 6886; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46846
 
Title: Economic reports and forecasts: Texas
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Source: Condition of the Texas Banking System, 2006, : ,pg 28- 33
Subjects: Employment Real estate business Exports Construction industry Petroleum industry and trade Offshore assembly industry Maquiladoras
Additional Information: ID: 2265; Graphs: Texas employment growth robust in 2006; Texas business cycle signals expansion (1979-2006); Existing home sales still rising in Texas (cf U.S.) (2000-2006); Monthly real Texas exports up strongly; Real Texas construction contract values on the upswing (1990-2006); High oil prices boost the Texas rig count (2000-2006); Home sales; Real texas exports (1997-2006); Maquiladora employment by sector.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41696
 
Title: Economic reports and forecasts - United States
Authors:
Source: Condition of the Texas Banking System, 2006, : ,pg 17- 20
Subjects: Economic conditions Real estate business Employment Petroleum industry and trade Inflation (Finance) Debts Public
Additional Information: ID: 2249; Graphs: Consumption appears strong; Residential investment looks healthy; Home sales have cooled; Unemployment continues to fall; Natural gas prices lower, Oil remains high; Outlook for GDP is robust; Inflation outlook remains contained; Markets expect two more rate hikes; Current U.S. government deficits are large; U.S. deficits are comparable to other nations; U.S. government debt also in line with other nations; But the real fiscal challenges lie ahead.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41680
 
Title: Another windfall for big oil
Authors: Hightower,Jim
Source: Texas Observer, 2006, 98 :5 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade Bush George W
Additional Information: ID: 4649; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47385
 
Title: Reporter: Encyclopedia Texanica - Texas myth #264: Spindletop marked the discovery of oil in Texas. Texans still gush about the famous oil field south of Beaumont, where a well blew out on January 10, 1901, shooting crude more than a hundred feet into the
Authors: Dingus,Anne
Source: Texas Monthly, 2006, 34 :1 ,pg 58-  
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade - History
Additional Information: ID: 4513; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46542
 
Title: FAQ: Crude awakening - Forget what you've heard about ExxonMobil. The profits may be obscene, but that doesn't mean you're being cheated at the pump
Authors: Sweany,Brian D.
Source: Texas Monthly, 2006, 34 :6 ,pg 28+-  
Subjects: ExxonMobil Corporation Gasoline - Prices Petroleum industry and trade
Additional Information: ID: 3967; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50456
 
Title: Giving credit where credit is due: You may not believe this, but the oil and chemical companies complained mightily about being asked to pay for the cleanup of the messes they had created
Authors: Ivins,Molly
Source: Texas Observer, 2006, 98 :14 ,pg 14-  
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade Bush George W United States.Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Environmental protection
Additional Information: ID: 4139; Superfund.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47834
 
Title: Cover: Petroleos Mexicanos; Hamstrung by plolitics
Authors: Mander,Benedict
Source: Business Mexico, 2005, 15 :4 ,pg 29-  
Subjects: Mexico - Petroleum industry and trade
Additional Information: ID: 588; Petroleos Mexicano (Pemex), Mexico's biggest exporter and largest company.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48402
 
Title: The mildcatters
Authors: Swartz,Mimi
Source: Texas Monthly, 2005, 33 :7 ,pg 130- 133
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade Natural gas Spickelmier Keith
Additional Information: ID: 1246; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50418
 
Title: New Business: Lobbying for privatization
Authors:
Source: Business Mexico, 2005, 15 :6 ,pg 10-  
Subjects: Mexico - Petroleum industry and trade Mexico - Gas industry
Additional Information: ID: 703; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 41058
 
Title: New business: Pemaex reform?
Authors: Buckley,Tom
Source: Business Mexico, 2005, 15 :5 ,pg 10-  
Subjects: Mexico - Petroleum industry and trade
Additional Information: ID: 654; Petroleos Mexicanos ( Pemex).; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45883
 
Title: Holes; Texas fund helps plug abandoned oil wells
Authors: Childs,Clint
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2005, : ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Petroleum industry and trade Environmental protection Railroad Commission of Texas
Additional Information: ID: 691; Oil Field Cleanup Fund (OFCF).; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46187
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