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Oil and Gas: Acknowledgements
Table of Contents
Background and Overview
Operations
P2 Alternatives
Reasons for Change
Pollution Prevention Overview
Acknowledgements
Where to Go for Help
Complete List of Links

The Southwest Network for Zero Waste would like to extend its appreciation and gratitude to the Texas Railroad Commission, The New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department, the Southwest Pollution Prevention Center and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for their excellent publications in pollution prevention/waste minimization practices in the oil and gas industry. These publications provided the core information contained in the ?oil and gas exploration and production? topic hub. The Southwest Network for Zero Waste would also like to extend its gratitude to Bart Sims, of the Texas Railroad Commission, for the invaluable data he provided to make this effort a reality.

Primary Bibliographic Sources

Alaska Department of Environmental Quality. Pollution Prevention Opportunities for the Oil Field Service Industry., 1994.

Ehrlich, Paul R., Ehrlich, Anne H., and John P. Holdren. ECOSCIENCE: Population, Resources, Environment. W.H. Freeman and Company: San Francisco, 1977.

Energy Information Administration. Official Energy Statistics from the U.S. Government. , 2001.

Louisiana Office of Conservation. Exploration & Production Waste. http://www.dnr.state.la.us/CONS/CONSERIN/Uic/nonhazard.ssi. 2001

New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department?Oil Conservation Division. Pollution Prevention Best Management Practices. May 1999.

Oklahoma Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association and the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Environmental Handbook. March 1998.

Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Center. Pollution Prevention Opportunities in Oil and Gas Production, Drilling, and Exploration., 1993.

Railroad Commission of Texas?Oil and Gas Division. Waste Minimization In The Oil Field. April 1999.

The World Conservation Union. Oil and Gas Exploration and Production in Arctic and Subarctic Offshore Regions - Guidelines for Environmental Protection. February, 1999.

U.S. Department of Energy. Oil and Gas Research and Development: Environmental Publications., http://www.fe.doe.gov/programs_oilgas.html., 2001.

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency?Office of Compliance Sector Notebook Project. Profile of the Oil and Gas Extraction Industry . October 2000.

Waste Water Solid Waste Management?County Sanitation Districts Of Los Angeles County. Oil And Gas Extraction Pollution Prevention Opportunities Checklist. November 1990.


 

The Topic Hub™ is a product of the Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange (P2Rx)

The Oil and Gas Topic Hub™ was developed by:

Southwest Network for Zero Waste
Southwest Network for Zero Waste
Contact email: tvinson@mail.utexas.edu

Hub Last Updated: 4/19/2007



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