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APPENDIX B
Workshop Attendance

Michael Adams

Federal Highway Administration

Bernard Amadei

University of Colorado

Ali S. Argon

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

John Aslakson

Gas Research Institute

Jamal J. Azar

University of Tulsa

David Biancasino

U.S. Department of Energy

Martin Chenevert

The University of Texas, Austin

Brian Clark

Anadrill/Schlumberger

John M. Cook

Schlumberger Cambridge Research

Neville G.W. Cook

University of California, Berkeley

George A. Cooper

University of California, Berkeley

Kevin D. Crowley

National Research Council

Paul Dauphin

National Science Foundation

Calvin K. Deem

Amoco Production Company

Perle M. Dorr

Meridian Corporation

James Dunn

Sandia National Laboratories

Steven Glaser

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Rick L. Graff

Chevron Services Co.

Sidney Green

TerraTek, Inc.

William J. Gwilliam

U.S. Department of Energy

Michael M. Herron

Schlumberger-Doll Research

Stephen A. Holditch

S.A. Holditch and Associates

Ercill Hunt

Ercill Hunt and Associates

Allan Jelacic

U.S. Department of Energy

Arnis Judzis

B.P. Exploration

Dawn S. Kaback

Savannah River Technology Center

John M. Kemeny

University of Arizona

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Attendance." National Research Council. 1994. Drilling and Excavation Technologies for the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2349.
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Billy Joe Livesay

Livesay, Inc.

Stephen E. Laubach

The University of Texas, Austin

Paul Lurie

BP Research Laboratory

William C. Luth

U.S. Department of Energy

David Malone

Anadrill/Schlumberger

Ralph L. Maness

Oryx Energy Company

William C. Maurer

Maurer Engineering, Inc.

Ian McGregor

National Science Foundation

John (Ted) Mock

U.S. Department of Energy

James E. Monsees

Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc.

André Piché

Noranda Technology Center

Jonathan G. Price

National Research Council

D. Stephen Pye

UNOCAL Corporation

Mark Rankin

Pool Energy Services, Inc.

Richard J. Robbins

Robbins Company

Jean-Claude Roegiers

University of Oklahoma

John C. Rowley

Pajarito Enterprises

David Russ

U.S. Geological Survey

Frank J. Schuh

Drilling Technology, Inc.

Bill Sharp

Colorado School of Mines

Eugene D. Shchukin

Institute of Physical Chemistry RAS

Michael Sheppard

Schlumberger Cambridge Research

Peter H. Smeallie

National Research Council

Jeffrey B. Smith

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Steve Souders

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Ronald P. Steiger

Exxon Production Research Company

Michael A. Storms

Texas A&M University Research Park

David A. Summers

University of Missouri-Rolla

Thomas M. Usselman

National Research Council

J. Kim Vandiver

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Attendance." National Research Council. 1994. Drilling and Excavation Technologies for the Future. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2349.
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Ray Wallace

U.S. Geological Survey

Teng-Fong Wong

State University of New York, Stony Brook

Ching H. Yew

The University of Texas, Austin

Albert Yost

U.S. Department of Energy

Mario Zamora

M-I Drilling Fluids Co.

Mark D. Zoback

Stanford University

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Drilling is a critical component in many segments of U.S. industry such as resource recovery (e.g., oil, gas, mining), civil infrastructure systems (e.g., sewers, highway tunnels, subways), environmental remediation, and for scientific purposes. Research undertaken for new and improved drilling systems and processes can have an enormous impact on U.S. productivity. This book provides an examination of the technical and scientific feasibility of substantial advances in drilling and related technologies. Concepts for new mechanical and non-mechanical drilling applications--including advances in knowledge of the tool-rock interaction--are reviewed, research opportunities are identified, and recommendations are made on the scope and direction needed to realize these opportunities for improved methods of drilling.

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