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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.

Visiting Committee of the Bureau of Economic Geology

Current News

The Visiting Committee of the Bureau of Economic Geology convened to discuss world issues that impact the Bureau, share innovative ideas concerning opportunities and areas of research, and review recent breakthroughs at the Bureau.


Seyyed Hosseini

Featured Researcher

Seyyed Hosseini

Bureau Research Scientist Seyyed Hosseini discusses his development of monitoring plans for CO2 injection fields and efforts to better understand the subsurface behavior of fluids in relation to CO2 injection and hydrocarbon production.

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Featured Publication

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

Featured Seminar

Beginning September 9, 2016

the Bureau proudly presents another season of outstanding technical talks by leading researchers from around the world.