Bibliography: 2018


Dismukes, D.E.  Insight: The dangers of trade protectionism for Louisiana energy development.  10/12 Industry Report  3(3):51.

       .  Insight: The irrelevance of energy dominance.  10/12 Industry Report  3(2):55.

       . Insight: The whys and hows of maintaining the oil price rise. 10/12 Industry Report  3(1):60.

       . Insight: Why an offshore recovery may never happen.  10/12 Industry Report  3(4):52-53.

       . MISO Grid 2033: Preparing for the transmission grid of the future. Final Report. LSU Center for Energy Studies. Click here to view or download complete publication.

Dismukes, D.E. and S. Narra.  Sea-level rise and coastal inundation: A case study of the Gulf Coast energy infrastructure.  Natural Resources  9(2018):150-174.

Dismukes, D.E. and S. Narra (with N.S.N. Lam, Y.J. Xu, K.B. Liu, M.A. Reams, R.K. Pace, Y. Qiang, K. Li, T. Bianchette, H. Cai, L. Zou, and V. Mihunov.) Understanding the Mississippi River Deltas as a coupled natural-human system: Research methods, challenges, and prospects. Water 10(8):1054.

Dismukes, D.E. (with J.W. Day, C.F. D’Elia, A.R.H. Wiegman, J.S. Rutherford, C.A.S. Hall, and R.R. Lane).  The energy pillars of society: Perverse interactions of human resource use, the economy, and environmental degradation.  Biophysical Economics and Resource Quality  3(1):1-16.

Dismukes, D.E. (with A.R.H. Wiegman, J.W. Day, C.F. D'Elia, J.S. Rutherford, J.T. Morris, E.D. Roy, R.R. Lane, and B.F. Snyder).  Modeling impacts of sea-level rise, oil price, and management strategy on the costs of sustaining Mississippi delta marshes with hydraulic dredging.  Science of the Total Environment  618(March):1547-1559.


Kaiser, M.J.  Deepwater exploration continues to attract attention, investment: Shallow-water declines reflect extensive development. Offshore 78(10):34-35.

        .  The global offshore pipeline construction service market 2017 - Part I.  Ships and Offshore Structures  13(1):65-95.

        .  Review of Gulf of Mexico well activity highlights decline: Deepwater drills exceed shallow-water spuds in recent years. Offshore 78(9):31.

        .  A review of shallow water structures in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico circa 2016.  Ships and Offshore Structures  13(7):677-695.

        .  Well abandonment rates in shallow-water Gulf of Mexico off historic highs.  Offshore  78(11):48-49. 

Kaiser, M.J. and S. Narra.  An empirical evaluation of economic limits in the shallow water Gulf of Mexico, 1990-2017.  Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering  164(May):230-244. 

       .  Decommissioning activity on the decline in the Gulf of Mexico: Some 1,900 structures remain in shallow water.  Offshore  78(8):50-51.

        .  A hybrid scenario-based decommissioning forecast for the shallow water U.S. Gulf of Mexico, 2018-2038.  Energy  163(November):1150-1177.

        .  Idle structures represent one-third of US GoM shallow-water inventory: Auxiliary platforms increasingly used for third-party production.  Offshore  78(7):41-42.

       .  Review of producing shallow-water structures highlights market economics.  Offshore  78(6):37-38.

       .  Review of shallow water GoM structure inventory offers preview of decommissioning requirements: Oil and gas production decline since mid-1980s.  Offshore  78(3):33-34.

       .  Review of shallow water platform inventory offers preview of decommissioning requirements.  Offshore  78(4):48-49.

       .  Review of shallow-water structures highlights classification challenges.  Offshore  78(5):38-39.

Kaiser, M.J. (with M. Liu).  Global offshore pipeline construction service market review 2017 - Part II.  Ships and Offshore Structures  13(1):96-118.

       .  Modest increase projected for active deepwater Gulf of Mexico structures.  Offshore  78(2).

       .  New analytical model improves decommissioning forecasts.  Offshore  78(1).

       .  A scenario-based deepwater decommissioning forecast in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.  Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering  165(June):913-945.


Upton, G.B. (with M. McCollum).  Asymmetric effects of housing wealth on college enrollment.  Applied Economics Letters  25(3):201-205.

        .  Local labor market shocks and residential mortgage payments: Evidence from shale oil and gas booms.  Resource and Energy Economics   53(2018):162-197. Click here to view or download the complete publication.