University of Texas at Austin
Center for Energy Economics (CEE)

The Bureau’s Center for Energy Economics (CEE) conducts research on upstream oil and gas economics,  incorporating analysis and monitoring of operating companies to better understand the opportunities and challenges associated with oil and gas exploration and production in the United States and worldwide.

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Current News

The Bureau’s Center for Energy Economics (CEE) recently convened its Mid-Year Meeting in Houston, showcasing the group’s electric-power research portfolio and looking to the future of U.S. electricity markets.


Bob Hardage

Featured Researcher

Bob Hardage

Bob Hardage discusses EGL and his current efforts to develop technologies to acquire full-elastic seismic data with simple, low-cost, P-wave seismic sources

 

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Featured Publication

RI0277. Wolfberry (Wolfcampian-Leonardian) Deep-Water Depositional Systems in the Midland Basin: Stratigraphy, Lithofacies, Reservoirs, and Source Rocks
William Ambrose

Featured Seminar

William Ambrose

Facies Variability and Reservoir Quality of Incised-Valley Fill and Shallow-Marine Sandstones in the Upper Cretaceous Tuscaloosa Formation, Central Louisiana