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.

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

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

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.

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

       .  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.