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AOGCC keeps eye on safety, maximum recovery

...Foerster, currently the chair; Dan Seamount and John Norman.One seat is designated by law to be filled by a petroleum engineer and that is Foerster. One seat is designated for a geologist, and that is Seamount. The third seat is designated...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-09-17/aogcc-keeps-eye-on-safety-maximum-re
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Ken D. Walsh

...where he received a BS in Petroleum Engineering in 1985 and a MS in Petroleum Engineering in 1988. His career as a Petroleum Engineer began in Cody, Wyo. with Marathon Oil Company in 1988. While with MOC, Ken worked in all aspects of petroleum...

http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=LS000166566577

...a new life for me as he was in his second year at Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colorado studying to be a petroleum engineer. We moved to Golden to a motel unit that was in the boundaries of our budget. Thus began our life on the G...

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Around the Peninsula

...Social and Economic Research, UAA; Brian Rogers, chancellor, University of Alaska Fairbanks; and Bill Van Dyke, petroleum engineer, Petrotechnical Resources Alaska. Peninsula residents can listen in at the Kenai Legislative Information Office...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/051011/peo_827188505.shtml
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Commissioner looks at oil and gas

...state's resources.At the Division of Oil and Gas, petroleum engineer Bill Barron will manage the state's oil and gas...overseas for Marathon Oil, Sullivan said.Barron is a petroleum engineer and a graduate of the University of Texas in Austin...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-06-14/commissioner-looks-oil-and-gas
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State eyes oil shale problems

...producing Prudhoe Bay and Kuparuk Ruver fields, with the first two test wells planned this spring, said Greg Hobbs, a petroleum engineer in the state Division of Oil and Gas. Great Bear acquired 500,000 acres of state leases in the shale area in...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-03-18/state-eyes-oil-shale-problems
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Future of state's LNG plant to flame out?

...more than twice that in winter. That much up and down in the production rates would likely damage the gas wells, petroleum engineers say. The LNG plant doesn't have to shut down if the export license is lost. There are options, including a...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/071909/new_359283397.shtml
Survivors of Nuiqsut crash knew landing was flawed

...going to pull them out of danger. ''I thought, 'He'll catch this.' '' said Greg Noble, 40, a federal petroleum engineer from Anchorage. The pilot even cracked a joke to the passenger on his right. But when the twin-engine Piper...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/092000/ala_092000alapm0010001.shtml
Visualization technology helps oil companies drill better wells

...Associated Press Writer ANCHORAGE (AP) -- In what looks like a small theater at BP's Alaska headquarters, petroleum engineers, geologists and geophysicists are using sophisticated 3-D visualization technology to drill better wells at...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/102600/ala_102600ala0070001.shtml
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Support goes a long way in helping in students

...Ocean Beauty Sea Foods, Peninsula Oilers Baseball and Booster Club, Tesoro, Proseal Service Group, Society of Petroleum Engineers, U.S. Navy, VFW Auxiliary and XTO Energy. Again, thank you for investing in Alaska?s children. It is...

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