Bookmark and Share
COSTAR QUICK LINKS
HOME / OIL SHALE SYMPOSIA / 29TH OIL SHALE SYMPOSIUM
29th Annual Oil Shale Symposium


 

 

Monday Afternoon, October 19, 2009

 

Session 1: Welcoming Plenary

Myles W. Scoggins,Jeremy Boak, Session Co-Chairs

1.1

Welcome to the 28th Oil Shale Symposium

Jeremy Boak, Chair, 28th Oil Shale Symposium

1.2

Welcome and Introductions by the President of the Colorado School of Mines

President Myles W. Scoggins, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States

1.3

Colorado's strategy for development of oil shale  

Robert Randall, Colorado Department of Natural Resources, United States

Abstract        Paper              Presentation

1.4

Sustainable Energy Development in Utah using Hybrid Energy Systems

Alan Walker, Utah Science Technology and Research (USTAR), UT, United States

Abstract        Paper              Presentation

1.5

Oil Shale and Global Energy Needs

Richard Lowe, ExxonMobil

Abstract        Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 2:  Program Overview Plenary

Jeremy Boak, Dag Nummedal, Session Co-Chairs

2.1

A New Improved Solid Heat Carrier Technology (Enefit 280) for Processing of Oil Shales with Different Grades

Indrek Aarna1, Andreas Orth2


11Eesti Energia AS, Tallinn, Estonia, 2Outotec GmbH, Oberursel, Germany

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

2.2

New Generation Shale Oil Plant, Design, Construction and Commissioning.

Jaanus Purga, Viru Keemia Grupp (VKG), Kohtla-Järve, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

2.3

Developing a US oil shale industry - overcoming the challenges

Sandor Liive, CEO Enefit

Abstract      Paper             Presentation


2.4

Perspectives on oil shale development

Andrew Browning , HBW Resources

Abstract      Paper             Presentation


2.5

Perspectives on oil shale development

Patricia Limerick, Director, Center for the American West, Boulder CO

Abstract      Paper             Presentation



 


 

Tuesday Morning, October 20, 2009

 

Session 3:  In Situ Processing

Carl Palmer, Bill Symington, Session Co-Chairs

3.1

Spatial distribution of geochemical changes about an oil shale retort

Carl Palmer, Earl Mattson, Mitchell Plummer, Thomas Wood, Robert Perkins; Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

3.2

Presentation withdrawn

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

3.3

Construction and testing of Shell's freeze wall

Wolfgang Deeg, Sepehr Arbabi, Richard Mykitta, Jeffrey Smith, Larry Crump; Shell Exploration & Production Co., Houston, Texas, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

3.4

Field testing of Electrofrac™ process elements at ExxonMobil's Colony Mine

William A. Symington, James S. Burns, Wadood El-Rabaa, Glenn A. Otten, Norman Pokutylowicz, P. Matthew Spiecker, Richard W. Williamson, Jesse D. Yeakel; ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co., Houston, Texas, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 4:  Pyrolysis

William Taciuk, Neil Bostrom, Session Co-Chairs

4.1

Realistic oil shale pyrolysis programs: kinetics and quantitative analysis 

Neil Bostrom, Gabriela Leu, Malka Machlus, Andrew E Pomerantz, Robert L. Kleinberg; Schlumberger-Doll Research, Cambridge, MA, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

4.2

Test results relating to changes in oil yield and gas compositions of various oil shales subjected to short to medium time and temperature expsure at atmospheric pressure

William Taciuk, UMATAC Industrial Processes, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Abstract      Paper             Presentation     Poster

4.3

Effect of oil shale particle size on oil yield, sulfur and distillation fractions

Omar Al-Ayed, Zaid Al-Anbar; Al-Barqa Applied University, Amman, Jordan

Abstract      Paper             Presentation     

4.4

Permeability changes of fractured oil shale cores during retorting

Earl Mattson, Carl Palmer, Erik Johnson, Hai Huang, Tom Wood; Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 5:  Research Development & Demonstration Update

Glenn Vawter, James Patten, Session Co-Chairs

5.1

White River Oil Shale Project - 2009 Update

Gary Aho; Petrobras, Reo de Janeiro, Brazil

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

5.2

AMSO's Colorado oil shale RD&D lease tract: Progress and plans

Roger Day; American Shale Oil, Rifle, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

5.3

Field test results: Ecoshale In-Capsule Technology

James Patten; Red Leaf Resources, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

5.4

Progress report on oil shale Research Development and Demonstration (RD&D) leases

Glenn Vawter, Gary Aho National Oil Shale Association, Glenwood Springs, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 6:   Modeling

Richard Sherritt, Milind Deo, Session Co-Chairs

6.1

Interaction between reactivity and flow in the in situ production of oil from oil shale

Jacob Bauman, Milind Deo; University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

6.2

Massively parallel modelling of coupled thermal-hydro-mechanical processes during in-situ oil shale retorting

Hai Huang, Thomas Wood, Carl Palmer, Earl Mattson, Zhijie Xu; Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

6.3

Advances in the steady-state process modeling of oil shale retorting processes

Rick Sherritt, Meilani Purnomo, Jimmy Jia, Jim Schmidt; PROCOM Consultants, Darra, QLD, Australia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

6.4

Oxygen combustion application and simulation analysis in SJ - pyrolysis retort process

Jimmy Jia1, Rick Sherritt1, Jim Schmidt1, Wenzhi Shang2

 

1 PROCOM Consultants Ltd., Darra Queensland, Australia, 2 Shenmu Sanjiang Coal Chemical Company, Shenmu Shaanxi, China

Abstract      Paper             Presentation


 

Tuesday Afternoon, October 20, 2009

 

Session 7: Resource Characterization

Ronald Johnson, Matthew Sares, Session Co-Chairs

7.1

Albert County oil shale - resource characterization and preliminary assessment of development concepts

Roland Butler1, Lawrence Winter1, Carol Seymour1, J. Dean Thibault2, Tim Mckeen2, Stephanie Scott2

 

1Altius Resources Inc., St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada,

2Thibault & Associates Inc. - Applied Process Chemical Engineering, Frederiction, New Brunswick, Canada

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

7.2

Potential benefits of minerals and metals as added value to oil shale in Jordan

Musa Resheidat1, Jan Krason1,2

 

1Jordan University of Science & Technology, Irbid, Jordan, 2Explorers International, Inc, Denver, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

7.3

An assessment of in-place oil shale resources in the Green River Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado

Ronald Johnson, Tracey Mercier, Michael Brownfield, Michael Pantea, Jesse Self; U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

7.4

Assessment of in-place nahcolite resources in the Green River Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado

Michael Brownfield, Tracey Mercier, Ronald Johnson, Jesse Self;U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   

 

Session 8:  Surface Processing

Gary Aho, Douglas Smoot, Session Co-Chairs

8.1

Presentation moved to session 2

 

Abstract      Paper             Presentation


8.2
Presentation moved to session 2

Abstract      Paper             Presentation


8.3

Hydrogen firing for a high-capacity rotary kiln

Ralph E.Coates, L. Douglas Smoot, Kent E.Hatfield; Combustion Resources, Inc., Provo, UT, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

8.4

Hydrogen and water requirements for the Clean Shale Oil Surface Process (C-SOS)

Craig Eatough, Kent E. Hatfield, Ambar M. Ochoa, L. Douglas Smoot; Combustion Resources, Inc., Provo, UT, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 9:   US Program & Policy

James Killen, Khosrow Biglarbigi, Session Co-Chairs

9.1

Profiling oil shale research and development in the United States

James Killen1, Emily Knaus2


1U.S. Department of Energy, Washington D.C., United States, 2INTEK Inc., Arlington, VA United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

9.2

Advances in oil shale technologies for potential application in U.S. oil shale resources

Peter Crawford1, James Killen2, Emily Knaus1


1INTEK Inc, Arlington, VA, United States, 2U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, D.C., United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

9.3

The current understanding of U.S. oil shale economics

Khosrow Biglarbigi1, James Killen2, Marshall Carolus1


1INTEK Inc, Arlington, VA, United States, 2U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, D.C., United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

9.4

Shale oil, the new Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and why the US should persue this strategy

Stephen Sewalk, Paul Chinowsky; University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 10:  Oil Shale Properties

Mike Batzle, Matther Holman, Session Co-Chairs

10.1

Determining oil shale porosity using borehole gravimetry

Matthew Holman, Katia Pronina; Shell Exploration and Production Co., Houston, TX, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

10.2

Elastic properties of source rocks

Ramil Ahmadov, Jack Dvorkin, Gary Mayko; Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

10.3

Spectroscopic and microscopic characterization of oil shale

Tracy Elizabeth McEvoy1, Michael Batzle1, Jeremy Boak1, Earl D. Mattson2, John Scales1, George Radziszewski1


1Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States, 2Energy Resource Recovery and Management Department, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

10.4

Pore-scale analysis of pyrolyzed oil shale cores

Chen Lu Lin, Jan Miller, C.H. (Ken) Hsieh, Pankaj Tiwari, Milind Deo; University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   

 

 

Wednesday Morning, October 21, 2009

 

Session 11:  Surface & Ground Water

Harry Posey, Kathy Wilson, Session Co-Chairs

11.1

Interpreting groundwater characteristics in Eocene aquifers by isotopic measurements: Piceance Basin, Colorado

Harry Posey1, Jim Finley2, Konrad Quast3


1Shell Exploration and Development, Houston, TX, United States, 2Telesto Solutions Inc, Ft. Collins, CO, United States, 3Norwest Applied Hydrology, Denver, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

11.2

Assessing surface water resource availability for oil shale development using the WARMF model

Daniel Levitt1, Al-Aziz Eddebbarh1, Cathy Wilson1, Andrew Wolfsberg1, Joel Herr2


1Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, United States, 2Systech Water Resources, Inc., Walnut Creek, CA, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

11.3

GIS- and Web-gased water resource geospatial infrastructure for oil shale development in the Western United States

Wei (Wendy) Zhou; Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

11.4

How does Colorado water rights administration affect oil shale production?

Timothy A. Crawford, Christopher J. Sanchez, Daniel O. Niemela; Bishop-Brogden Associates, Inc., Englewood, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 12:  International Programs

Privanka Bakaya, Balesh Kumar, Session Co-Chair

12.1

Energy independence for Europe from the Cambrian Alum Shale of Sweden: oil nad uranium - a two-fold energy resource

Michael Bromely-Challenor4, Edward Godin1, Stewart Jackson2, Patricia Sheahan3, Sven Snaell 5


1Continental Precious Minerals Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 3Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 4University of Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden, 5University of Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden

Abstract      Paper             Presentatio

12.2

India's innnitiative towards exploration of shale gas & oil shale and underground coal gasification

Baleshwar Kumar; National Geophysical Research Institute (ret.), Hyderabad, India

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

12.3

Oil shale, tar sand and asphalt depsits of Buton Island, southeast Sulawesi Province, Indonesia

Hendro Fujiono, Mr. Hadiyanto, S.M. Tobing; Center of GeoResources, Geological Agency, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

12.4

Progress of oil shale exploration in Thailand in Phase 2

Apiradee Suwannathong, Pornchai Pongkorn; Department of Mineral Fuels, Bangkok, Thailand

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 13:  Energy, Water, CO2

Earl Mattson, Benjamin Harding, Session Co-Chairs

13.1

Energy development water needs assesment and water supply alternatives analysis

Benjamin Harding, AMEC Earth & Environmental, Inc., Boulder, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

13.2

Water use for in situ production of oil from oil shale

Jeremy Boak1, Earl Mattson2


1Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States, 2Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

13.3

Saline water disposal into the Birds Nest Aquifer in Uintah County, Utah: implications for potential oil shale development

Michael Vanden Berg; Utah Geological Survey, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

13.4

Determinants of carbon dioxide emissions from oil shale-derived fuels

Adam Brandt1, Jeremy Boak2, Alan Burnham3


1Stanford University, Stanford, CA, United States, 2Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States, 3American Shale Oil LLC, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 14:  Evaluation of Oil Shale Options

Jim Bunger, Richard Snow, Session Chair

14.1

Advanced Hybrid Energy system to integrate oil shale gasification technology with coal fired electric power generation to reduce carbon footprint and minimize emissions

Joseph D. Smith1, Richard D. Boardman1, L. Douglas Smoot2, Khalid Omar3, Ralph L. Coates2, Kent E. Hatfield2


1Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID, United States, 2Combustion Resources, Inc., Provo, UT, United States, 3Western Research Institute, Laramie, WY, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

14.2

Wind power storage to produce wind clean fuels and to stabilize the grid

Jack Bridges, Richard Snow; Pyrophase, Chicago, Illinois, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

14.3

Potential by-products from oil shale, Piceance Basin, Colorado

Glen Miller; Self, Grand Junction, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

14.4

Thermodynamics govern future trends in energy production economics

James Bunger, Christopher Russell; JWBA, Inc, SLC, UT, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

 

 

Wednesday Afternoon, October 21, 2009 

 

Session 15:  Geology & Stratigraphy

Gerry Daub, Alan Carroll, Session Co-Chairs

15.1

Spatial variability of oil shale grade within rich and lean oil shale zones, Green River Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado

Jesse Yeakel, Nasser Mansoor; ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company, Houston, TX, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

15.2

Oil shale deposits of Jordan: genesis and mode of occurrence through petroleum geochemical signatures

Hazem Ramini; Natural Resources Authority, Amman, Jordan

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

15.3

Aspects of oil shale and the other geologically associated energy sources for the Piceance, Uinta, and Green River Basins in the western United States

Paul Quinn; Ambet, Aurora, Colorado, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

15.4

Paper Withdrawn

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 16:  Health & Environmental Risk

Thomas Wood, David Olsen, Session Co-Chairs

16.1

Sustainability assesment of Estonian oil shale mining using advanced technology

Sergei Sabanov; Tallinn University of Technology, Department of Mining, Tallinn, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

16.2

A preliminary study for revegitation of spent shale from the Clean Surface Oil Shale (C-SOS) proces in Utah

Nathan Cline 1, Bruce Roundy 1, Robert Jackson 2


1Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, United States, 2CRE Energy, Provo, UT, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

16.3

Reclamation and revegetation of lands disturbed by oil shale development in Colorado

Jack Clark;Clark Mining Services, LLC, Rifle, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

16.4

A first order evaluation of atmospheric emissions from a hypothetical in-situ oil shale retort

Thomas Wood, Robert Podgorney, Arthur Rood, Hai Huang, Carl Palmer, Earl Mattson; Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 17:  Responsible Development of Oil Shale

Anton Dammer, Michele Thomas, Session Co-Chairs

17.1

Fossils can still deliver! The surprising public support for fossil fuels development

Michael Bromely-Challenor4, Simon Eldridge1, John Parsons1, Larry Lukens2


1QER Ltd, Brisbane, Australia, 2Shale Tech International, Rifle CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

17.2

The case for an Australian shale oil industry
John Parsons, Simon Eldridge; QER Ltd, Brisbane, Australia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

17.3

Responsible development of oil shale
Michele M. Thomas; ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company, Houston, TX, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

17.4

Why the United States needs a Strategic Unconventional Fuels Program
Anton Dammer; Red Leaf Resources, Inc., Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   

Session 18:  Waste Treatment

Michael Vanden Berg, Robert Ryan, Session Co-Chairs


18.1

Oil shale pyrolysis water treatability study

Robert Ryan1, Rahul Patel2, Sudini Padmasiri2


1Shell Exploration & Production Company, Houston, TX, United States, 2Shell Global Solutions US Inc., Houston, TX, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation


18.2

Thermal processing of oil shale industry waste with production of energy, construction materials, chemicals and gases, as well as recovery of nonferrous metals and trace elements

Erki Unn2, Andrey Tarasov1, Valery Paretsky1


1State Research Institute of Nonferrous Metals [GINTSVETMET], Moscow, Russian Federation, 2Silteh W2P Ltd., Tallinn, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation


18.3

Is retorted oil shale hazardous waste?

Jaan Habicht; University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation


18.4

The Vertical Tube Reactor system produces clean water from contaminated oil shale waste water

Jay McGrew1, Keith Miller2


1Applied Science & Engr, Golden, CO, United States, 2University of Denver, Denver, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation





 

 

Poster Session, October 19-21, 2009 

 

Session 19: Poster Session Titles

1

Oil Shale Pyrolysis: Characterization and Compositional Analysis

Pankaj Tiwari, Kyeongseok Oh, Milind Deo

Abstract      Paper             Poster

2

Combined oil shale liquefaction

Jüri Soone, Mahhail Kaev; Tallinn University of Technology, Virumaa College of TUT, Kohtla-Järve, Ida-Virumaa, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Poster

3

Chattanooga Process, A Process Using Heated And Pressurized Hydrogen In A Fluidized Bed To Produce High Grade Synthetic Crude Oil From Oil Shale, Oil Sands and Bitumen

Marty Karpenski, Tony Howarth, Larry McEvoy, Bill Poist; Tallinn University of Technology, Virumaa College of TUT, Kohtla-Järve, Ida-Virumaa, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Poster

4

PK Clean: An Innovative Process for Processing Oil Shale to Oil

Anil Bakaya; PK Clean Technologies, Melbourne, VIC, Australia

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

5

Robust, Flexible, and Cost-effective NANUQ® High Temperature Insulation for In-situ Down-hole Heating Components

Craig Hazelton, Mike Tupper, Matt Hooker, Kano Kimiko

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

6

GIS and Web based Water Resource Management for Oil Shale Developement Part 1

Matthew Minnick, Wendy Zhou; Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster

7

Perspectives of water resources in Jordan for oil shale production

Muhanned Hararah1, Ahmed Al-Salaymeh2, Ahmad Sakhrieh2, Munther Salaymeh3


1Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Maan, Jordan, 2University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan, 3Jordan Telecommunication Company (JTC), Zarka, Jordan

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

8

The Digital Library and Interactive Map Projects at the Institute for Clean and Secure Energy, University of Utah 2009

Wendy Ajax, Jennifer Spinti, Kirsten Uchitel, Michelle Kline; Institute for Clean and Secure Energy, Salt Lake City, UT, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

9

What every Westerner should know about oil shale

Jason Hanson, Patty Limerick; Center of the American West at the University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster        

10

A Review of Notable Intellectual Property for In Situ Electromagnetic Heating of Oil Shale

Dwight Kinzer; Quasar Energy LLC, Fargo, ND, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

11

Limitations on atmoshperic CO2 concentrations

James Bunger, Christopher Russell; JWBA, Inc, Salt Lake City UT, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

12

Poster withdrawn

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

13

Analysis of Depositional Cyclicity in the Wilkins Peak Member of the Eocene Lacustrine Green River Formation, Wyoming

Wasinee Aswasereelert, Alan R. Carroll,  Kurt L. Feigl, Shanan E. Peters; Department of Geoscience, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

14

Sedimentary Structures and Environmental Changes in the Piceance Creek Basin, Colorado

Kati Tänavsuu-Milkeviciene, Rick Sarg; Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster          

    

     Author Index

First Name

Last Name

Paper/Poster Number

Indrek

Aarna

2.1

Ramil

Ahmadov

10.2

Gary

Aho

5.1, 5.4

Wendy

Ajax

P8

Zaid Al-Anbar 4.3
Omar Al-Ayed 4.3

Ahmed

Al-Salaymeh

P7

Sepehr

Arbabi

3.3

Wasinee Aswasereelert P13

Anil

Bakaya

P4

Michael

Batzle

10.3

Jacom

Bauman

6.1

Jeremy

Boak

1.1, 10.3, 13.2, 13.4

Richard D.

Boardman

14.1

Neil

Bostrom

4.1

Adam

Brandt

13.4

Khosrow Biglarbigi 9.3

Jack

Bridges

14.2

Michael

Bromley-Challenor

12.1

Michael

Brownfield

7.3

James Bunger 14.4, P11
Alan Burnham 13.4

James S.

Burns

3.4

Roland

Butler

7.1

Marshall

Carolus

9.3

Alan R.

Carrol

P13

Paul

Chinowsky

9.4

Jack

Clark

16.3

Nathan

Cline

16.2

Ralph E.

Coates

8.3 14.1

Peter

Crawford

9.2

Timothy A. Crawford 11.4

Larry

Crump

3.3

Anton Dammer 17.4

Roger

Day

5.2

Wolfgang

Deeg

3.3

Milind

Deo

6.1, 10.4, P1

Jack

Dvorkin

10.2

Craig

Eatough

8.4

Al-Aziz

Eddebbarh

11.2

Wadood

El-Rabaa

3.4

Simon

Eldridge

17.1, 17.2

Kurt L. Feigl P13

Jim

Finley

11.1

Hendro Fujiono 12.3
Edward Godin 12.1

Jaan

Habicht

18.3

Mr.

Hadiyanto

12.3

Jason

Hanson

P9

Muhanned

Hararah

P7

Benjamin Harding 13.1

Kent E.

Hatfield

8.3,8.4

Craig Hazelton P5
Joel Herr 11.2

Matthew

Holman

10.1

Matt Hooker P5

Tony

Howarth

P3

C.H. (Ken)

Hsieh

10.4

Hai

Huang

4.4

Stewart

Jackson

12.1

Robert

Jackson

16.2

Jimmy Jia 6.3, 6.4
Erik Johnson 4.4
Ronald Johnson 7.3, 7.4

Mihhail

Kaev

P2

Marty Karpenski P3
James Killen 9.1, 9.2, 9.3

Kano

Kimiko

P5

Emily

Knaus

9.1

Jan

Krason

7.2

Baleshwar

Kumar

12.2

Gabriela

Leu

4.1

Daniel

Levitt

11.2

Sandor

Liive

2.3

Patricia

Limerick

2.5

Chen Lu

Lin

10.4

Richard Lowe 1.5

Larry

Lukens

17.1

Malka Machlus 4.1

Nasser

Mansoor

15.1

Earl

Mattson

3.1, 4.4, 6.2, 10.3, 13.2, 16.4

Gary Mayko 10.2

Larry

McEvoy

P3

Tracy

McEvoy

10.3

Jay

McGrew

18.4

Tim

McKeen

7.1

Tracey

Mercier

7.3, 7.4

Jan

Miller

10.4

Keith

Miller

18.4

Glen Miller 14.3
Matthew Minnick P6

Richard

Mykitta

3.3

Daniel O.

Niemela

11.4

Ambar M.

Ochoa

8.4

Kyeongseok Oh P1
Khalid Omar 14.1
Andreas Orth 2.1
Glenn A. Otten 3.4
Sudini Padmasiri 18.1
Carl Palmer 3.1, 4.4, 6.2, 16.4
Michael Pantea 7.3
Valery Paretsky 18.2
John Parsons 17.1
Rahul Patel 18.1
James Patten 5.3
Robert Perkins 3.1
Shanan E. Peters P13
Mitchell Plummer 3.1
Robert Podgorney 16.4
Bill Poist P3
Norman Pokutylowicz 3.4
Andrew E. Pomerantz 4.1
Pornchai Pongkorn 12.4
Harry Posey 11.1
Katia Pronina 10.1
Jaanus Purga 2.2
Meilani Purnomo 6.3
Konrad Quast 11.1
Paul Quinn 15.3
George Radziszewski 10.3
Hazem Ramini 15.2
Robert Randall 1.3
Musa Resheidat 7.2
Arthur Rood 16.4
Bruce Roundy 16.2
Christopher Russell 14.4, P11
Robert Ryan 18.1
Sergei Sabanov 16.1
Ahmad Sakhrieh P7
Munther Salaymeh P7
Christopher J. Sanchez 11.4
Rick Sarg P14
John Scales 10.3
Jim Schmidt 6.3, 6.4
Myles W. Scoggins 1.2
Stephanie Scott 7.1
Jesse Self 7.3
Stephen Sewalk 9.4
Carol Seymour 7.1
Wenzhi Shang 6.4
Patricia Sheahan 12.1
Rick Sherritt 6.3, 6.4
Jeffrey Smith 3.3
Joseph D. Smith 14.1
L.Douglas Smoot 8.3, 8.4,14.1
Sven Snaell 12.1
Richard Snow 14.2
Jüri Soone P2
P. Matthew Spiecker 3.4
Jennifer Spinti P8
Apiradee Suwannathong 12.4
William A. Symington 3.4
William Taciuk 4.2
Kati Tänavsuu-Milkeviciene P14
Andrey Tarasov 18.2
J. Dean Thibault 7.1
Michele M. Thomas 17.3
Pankaj Tiwari 10.4, P1
S.M. Tobing 12.3
Mike Tupper P5
Kirsten Uchitel P8
Erki Unn 18.2
Michael Vanden Berg 13.3
Glenn Vawter 5.4
Alan Walker 1.4
Richard W. Williamson 3.4
Cathy Wilson 11.2
Lawrence Winter 7.1
Andrew Wolfsberg 11.2
Thomas Wood 3.1, 4.4, 6.2, 16.4
Zhijie Xu 6.2
Jesse D. Yeakel 3.4, 15.1
Wei (Wendy) Zhou 11.3, P6

 

 
© COSTAR, Colorado School of Mines 2010