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Marginal Wells: Fuel For Economic Growth

Missouri Scott Kaden, geologist, Missouri Department of Natural Resources

Montana Jim Halvorson, petroleum geologist, Montana Board of Oil and Gas

Nebraska William H. Sydow, director, Nebraska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission

New Mexico Jane Prouty, bureau chief, Automation and Records, Oil Conservation Division

New York Bradley J. Field, director, Division of Mineral Resources, Department of Environmental Conservation

North Dakota Mark Bohrer, petroleum engineer, Oil and Gas Division, Industrial Commission

Ohio Mike McCormac, oil & gas permitting manager, Division of Mineral Resources Management

Oklahoma Lori Wrotenbery, director, Oklahoma Corporation Commission, Oil and Gas Conservation Division IHS Energy Group, Houston

Pennsylvania Ronald P. Gilius, director, Bureau of Oil and Gas Management, Department of Environmental Protection

South Dakota Fred V. Steece, oil and gas supervisor, Department of Environment and Natural Resources

Tennessee Gary Pinkerton, geologic aide, Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Geology

Texas Kathy Way, executive assistant to executive director, Railroad Commission of Texas IHS Energy Group, Houston

Utah Don Staley, information services manager, Utah Division of Oil, Gas and Mining

Virginia Bob Wilson, director, Virginia Division of Gas and Oil

West Virginia James Martin, chief, Office of Oil and Gas

Wyoming Don Likwartz, state oil and gas supervisor, Oil & Gas Conservation Commission

Oklahoma Commission on Marginally Producing Oil and Gas Wells

  • e IOGCC would also like to thank the Marginal Well Commission for its generous financial contribution to a

portion of the research involved in this report.

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