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26th Annual Oil Shale Symposium


 

 

Monday Afternoon, October 16, 2006

 

Session 1:  Welcoming Plenary

Jeremy Boak, Dag Nummedal, Session Co-Chairs

1A

Welcome

Nigel Middleton, Colorado School of Mines

Abstract        Paper                        Presentation

1B

Congressional perspectives on oil shale development  

Richard Bouts, United States Senate, Energy & Natural Resources Committee

Abstract        Paper                         Presentation

1C

U. S. Department of Interior (DOI) perspec­tives on oil shale development 

Ted Murphy, Bureau of Land Management, U. S. Department of the Interior

Abstract        Paper                         Presentation

1D

U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) oil shale program 

Hugh Guthrie, Office of Petroleum Reserves, USDOE

Abstract        Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

Session 2:  National Programs Plenary

Jeremy Boak, Jim Gary, Session Co-Chairs

2A

A technical, legal, and economic assessment of the creation of an oil shale industry in the U.S 

Philip Smith, Raymond Levey, Milind Deo, Robert Keiter, Michael Lemmon, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

2B

Oil Shale and the Colorado School of Mines 

James H. Gary Colorado School of Mines

Abstract      Paper                       Presentation

2C

Chinese oil shale activities 

Jialin Qian, Jianqiu Wang, Shuyuan Li,  China Petroleum University, Beijing, China

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

2D

Mature oil shale processing technologies used in Estonia  Jaanus Purga, Viru Keemia Grupp AS, Estonia

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 


 

Tuesday Morning, October 17, 2006

 

Session 3:  Surface Processing

Harold Vinegar, Anton Dammer, Session Co-Chairs

3A

New developments in oil shale technology 

Volkov, Eduard P., Krzhizhanovsky Power Engineering Institute (ENIN), Moscow, Russia

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

3B

A road not traveled:  Development of an improved oil shale retort  

Larry M. Southwick

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

3C

The comparison of Estonian oil shale thermal treatment processes by BAT criteria 

Jüri Soone, Svjatoslav Doilov, Hella Riisalu, De­partment of Oil Shale Technology of Tallinn Univer­sity of Technol­ogy, Talinn, Estonia

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

3D

Heating rate effect on shale oil in a fixed bed re­actor 

Dr. Omar Salim Al-Ayed, Al-Balqa Applied University, Faculty of Engineering Technology Jordan

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

Session 4:  Health & Environmental Risk

Arthur Hartstein, Ronald Klusman, Session Co-Chairs

4A

Health and environmental risk analysis for oil shale 

Lawrence B. Gratt, IWG Corp., San Diego, CA; Willard R. Chappell, University of Colorado at Denver, CO

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

4B

Overview on combustion and retorting of Estonian oil shale, environmental concerns and solutions 

Uuve Kirso, Natalya Irha, Gunnar Karelson, Margit Laja, Janek Reinik, Erik Teinemaa, and Gary Urb National In­stitute of Chemical Physics and Biophys­ics, Tallinn, Esto­nia; Richard M. Kamens and Michael R. Strommen Depart­ment of Environmental Sciences and Engi­neering, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA; Antonius Kettrup, Istvan Gebefügi, Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin GSF, Institute of Ecological Chemistry, Neu­her­berg, Germany; Eiliv Steinnes Norwegian University of Science and Tech­nology, Department of Chemistry, Trondheim, Norway

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

4C

Fate of environmentally sensitive elements during oil shale retorting, a review 

Thomas Wildeman, James Ranville & Ronald Klus­man, Department of Chemistry & Geochemistry, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

4D

Lessons learned from the oil shale RD&D environ­mental assessments

Jack Sosebee, Barb Neary, Will Mahoney, O&G En­viron­mental Consulting, LLC

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

Session 5:  In-Situ Processing

Harold Vinegar, Anton Dammer, Session Co-Chairs

5A

Shell's in-situ conversion process for oil shale 

Harold Vinegar, Chief Scientist, Shell, Houston TX

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

5B

ExxonMobil's Electrofrac™ Process for in-situ oil shale conversion 

William A. Symington, David L. Olgaard, Glenn A. Otten, Tom C. Phillips, Michele M. Thomas, Jesse D. Yeakel, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co., Houston TX

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

5C

The EGL Oil Shale Process

Paul Lerwick, Glenn Vawter, Roger Day,  EGL Resources, Inc.; H. Gordon Harris,  University of Wyoming

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

5D

Geothermic fuel cells 

Marshall T. Savage and Alan K. Forbes Independent En­ergy Partners Inc., Englewood, Colorado

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

Session 6:  Groundwater Control & Man­age­ment

Arthur Hartstein, Ron Klusman, Session Co-Chairs

6A

Groundwater control and management for oil shale recovery 

Jerry Rowe, P.E., Water Management Consultants

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

6B

Piceance Basin surface water resource assess­ment for oil shale development

Cathy J Wilson, Jean Foster, Los Alamos National Labo­ratory, Los Alamos NM;  Carl Chen, Joel Herr, Laura Weintraub, Systech Engineering; Robert Gold­stein, Elec­tric Power Research Institute

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

6C

Can shale oil and water mix? 

Robert Vagnetti, Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory, Morgantown, West Virginia

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

6D

Clastic dikes in the Parachute Creek Member 

Terry Gulliver, Norwest Applied Hydrology, Denver CO

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

Tuesday Afternoon, October 17, 2006

 

Session 7:  Oil Shale Properties

Alan Caroll, Thomas Wildeman, Session Co-Chairs

7A

Oil shales: Their shear story

Jyoti Behura: Center for Wave Phenomena, Geo­physics Dept.; , Mike Batzle, Ronny Hofmann, Center for Rock Abuse, Geophysics Dept.; John Dorgan: Chemical Engi­neering Dept., Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

7B

Dielectric properties of oil shale

Jeffery Roberts, Jerry Sweeney, Phil Harben, Alan Burn­ham, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

7C

Geochemical characterization of Moroccan Tarfaya Oil Shale

M. El Mostaine, H.Sellami, A. Chakor Alami, Office National des Hydrocabures et des mines (ONHYM)

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

7D

The origin of sulfur in shale oils, gases and spent matter as decoded by δ34S monitoring and better knowledge gained on various pyro­lysis driven processes

Zeev Aizenshtat, Ward Ahmed-Said, Casali Institute and Chemistry Institute, The He­brew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel  and Alon Amrani, Power, Environmental, and Energy Research Cen­ter, California Institute of Technology, Covina, CA, USA, and Casali Institute and Chemistry Institute The He­brew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel 

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

Session 8:  Chemistry

Milind Deo, Ron Pugmire, Session Co-Chairs

8A

Evaluating oil-shale product yields and compo­si­tions by hydrous pyrolysis  

M. D. Lewan and R. J. Hill United States Geological Sur­vey, Denver, CO, USA

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

8B

 Direct characterization of kerogen: Part 1 - XPS and S-XANES Methods 

S. R. Kelemen, M. Afeworki,  M. L. Gorbaty, M. Sansone , M. Siskin, C. C. Walters, H. Freund, ExxonMobil Re­search and Engineering Co., Annan­dale, NJ, M. Solun, R. J. Pugmire, Departments of Chemical and Fuels Engineering and Chemistry, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

8C

In-situ oil-shale recovery, carbon capture and storage, and the importance of large projects 

S. Julio Friedmann, Carbon Management Program, Energy & Environmental Directorate, Lawrence Liv­ermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

8D

Application of pyrolysis molecular beam mass spectrometer and multivariate analysis to charac­terize oil shale 

Eun-Jae Shin,  Robert J. Evan, Andrew M. Herring, De­partment of Chemical Engineering; Mike Batzle, Depart­ment of Geophysics, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

Session 9:  Stratigraphy

Alan Caroll, Thomas Wildeman, Session Co-Chairs

9A

The Role of lake Levels in oil shale distribution 

Yuval Bartov and Dag Nummedal, Colorado Energy Re­search Institute, Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

9B

The Idaho connection: Drainage capture origin of the Mahogany Zone, Green River Formation 

A. R. Carroll1, A. Mulch2, A. Doebbert1, S. A. Gra­ham2, C. P. Chamberlain2, E. M. Smith1

1 Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Wisconsin, Madison WI 

2 Department of Geological and Environmental Sci­ences, Stanford University, Stanford CA

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

9C

The Colorado wedge of the Uinta Basin 

Paul A. Petzrick, Oil Shale Association, Crownsville, MD

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

9D

Sedimentary characteristics and origin of oil shale in DaLianhe Formation of Eocene in Dalianhe area, Heilongjiang Province, China

Jiangfeng Du, Zhaojun Liu, Jian Zhang, Lei Zhang Qing­tao Meng, Yuping He, Jilin University, P.R.C

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation.

 

 

 

Session 10:  Modeling

Milind Deo, Ron Pugmire, Session Co-Chairs

10A

Simulation of oil shale retorting using the iCON steady state model 

Shahrul Azman Zainal Abidin, Ahmad Jalaludin, Petronas Research & Scientific Services, Bangi, Ma­laysia, Dr. Omar Bekri, Chapem Consultants, Rabat, Morocco

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

10B

A simulation-based protocol for evaluating various shale processing options 

Kyeongseok Oh and Milind D. Deo University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

10C

Evaluation of different in-situ production strat­egy from oil shale using a general purpose thermal simulator 

Chung-Kan Huang, Yi-Kun Yang and Milind D. Deo De­partment of Chemical Engineering, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

10D

Modeling in-situ shale oil retorting 

Jack C. Parker and Fan Zhang Oak Ridge National Labo­ratory Oak Ridge TN

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

 

Wednesday Morning, October 18, 2006

 

 

Session 11:  Socioeconomic Impact

Jim Evans, Douglas Jeavons, Session Co-Chairs

 

11A

Results based management for energy in Jordan with reference to the use of oil shale  

Musa Resheidat, Jordan University of Science & Technol­ogy, Irbid, Jordan UPF, IACT

Abstract      Paper                          Presentation

 

11B

Technical and economic changes since Black Mon­day, 1982 – their impact upon the shale oil industry 

Tom Bruington, International Finance Corporation, Washington DC.

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

11C

U.S. Department of Energy Oil Shale Task Force 

Willard R. Chappell, University of Colorado at Denver, CO; Lawrence B. Gratt, IWG Corp., San Diego, CA

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

11D

Socioeconomic planning for oil shale - a second chance

Doug Jeavons, BBC Research & Consulting, Denver CO

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

 

 

Session 12:  Data Review and Assessment

Ronald Johnson, Wendy Clark, Session Co-Chairs

 

12A

Oil shale activities at the U.S. Geological Survey 

Ronald C. Johnson, John R. Dyni, John R. Donnell, and David Ferderer, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

12B

Oil shale development from the perspective of NETL's Unconventional Oil Resource Repository 

Mark W. Smith, REM Engineering Services, PLLC, Morgantown, West Virginia, Lawrence J. Shadle, and Daniel L. Hill, National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) U. S. De­partment of Energy, Morgantown, West Virginia

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

12C

Tell Ertl Oil Shale Repository Project, 2006 

Heather Whitehead and Megan Tomeo, Arthur Lakes Library, Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

12D

Oil shale occurrences in upper Assam Basin , India: An overview

V.K.Sibal and S.V.Raju, Directorate General of Hydrocar­bons, New Delhi, India

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

 

 

Session 13:  Policy

Jim Evans, Douglas Jeavons, Session Co-Chairs

 

13A

The Elusive Bonanza: oil shale in Colorado - is it possible to "pull the sword from the stone

James R Udall, Community Office for Resource Efficiency, Aspen CO; Steve B Andrews, Association for the Study of Peak Oil-USA, Denver CO

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

13B

Oil shale: History, incentives, and policy 

Anthony Andrews, Congressional Research Service, Li­brary of Congress, Washington DC

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

13C

The changing legal landscape for leasing of Federal oil shale resources 

Robert W. Randall, Western Resource Advocates,

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

13D

Socioeconomic tools for oil shale development  

Jim Evans, and Julie Justus, Cordilleran Compliance Ser­vices, Inc.

Abstract      Paper                         Presentation

 

 

 

 

 

Session 14:  Evaluation of Oil Shale Options

Ron Johnson, Wendy Clark, Session Co-Chairs

14A

The thermal solution route to pipelineable synthetic crude oil 

Alexander H Rintoul, Australian Thermal Solutions Pty Ltd, Sydney, Australia ; John S Rendall, Albuquerque, NM

Abstract      Paper                        Presentation

 

14B

Comparison of the acceptability of various oil shale processes 

Alan K. Burnham, Lawrence Livermore National Labora­tory, Livermore, CA, James R. McConaghy, Antero Engi­neering, LLC, Salida, CO

Abstract      Paper                        Presentation

 

14C

Analysis of CO2 Sequestration in the Southwestern U.S.

Brian MacPherson University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT

Abstract      Paper                        Presentation

 

14D

Integration of large scale retorting operations with laboratory testing and analyses 

Mark T. Atwood, Private Consultant

Abstract      Paper                       Presentation

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday Afternoon, October 18, 2006 

 

Poster Session 13:00-17:00

1

Carbon Storage and Resource Development Potential of the Piceance Basin

Genevieve Young, Colorado Geological Survey

Abstract      Paper             Poster        

2

Evaluating oil-shale byproducts of environmental concern by hydrous pyrolysis 

R. J. Hill, M. D. Lewan, U. S. Geological Survey, Denver CO

Abstract      Paper             Poster          

3

Environmental Protection in Oil Shale Processing 

Yuri Zhiryakov, Institute of Oil Shale Research, Tallinn Technical University, Talinn, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

4

Environmental heritage of oil shale mining in Brazil 

Henrique Krahenbuhl Porto Alegre, PETROBRAS/SIX, BR 476, Sao Mateus do Sul, Parana, Brazil

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

5

Potential environmental problems with oil shale

Tom Barton and Vijay Sethi, Western Research Institute, Laramie, WY  82072

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

6

Re-examination of Utah's oil shale resources: His­torical database and new research 

Michael D. Vanden Berg, David E. Tabet, Utah Geological Survey, Salt Lake City, UT

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

7

Analytical homogenized approximation applied to two-phase immiscible flow 

Rosangela F. Sviercoski and Bryan J. Travis - EES-2 - Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos NM

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

8

The forward and inverse problems in oil shale modeling

Ne-Zheng Sun, Civil & Environmental Engineering De­partment University of California at Los Angeles

Abstract      Paper            Poster           

9

Fractional differentiation of silicate minerals during oil shale processing: A tool for the prediction of re­tort temperatures  

Glenn M. Mason, Department of Geosciences, Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana

Abstract      Paper           Poster         

10

Organic-rich rock conversion

Michele M. Thomas, Quinn R, Passey, William A. Syming­ton, P. Scott Northrop, Ann M. Bishop, ExxonMobil Up­stream Research Co., Houston TX; Ronald J. Hill, U. S. Geological Survey, Denver CO

Abstract      Paper             Poster        

11

The oil shale exploration and development issues in China 

Wang Shihui, Zheng Yulong, Liu Shengying, Zhong Yan­qiu, Chen Chunrui, Overseas Petroleum Evaluation Cen­ter, Daqing Oilfield Exploration &Development Research Institute, PetroChina, P.R.China

Abstract      Paper         Poster           

12

Resource status and development application strat­egy of oil shale in Maoming Basin 

Zhu Jianwei and Li Dianchao, College of Earth Sciences, Jilin University, P.R.C; Liu Li and Li Yuxi, Oil and Gas Re­source Stratagem Research Center, Ministry of Land and Resource, P.R.C.

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

13

Direct characterization of kerogen: Part 21-NMR methods 

M. Solum, R. J. Pugmire, Departments of Chemical and Fuels Engineering and Chemistry, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; S. R. Kelemen, M. Afeworki,  M. L. Gor­baty, M. Sansone, C. C. Walters, H. Freund,  ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Co., Annandale, NJ

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

14

Jordan's experience in oil shale studies employing different technologies 

Eng. Munther S. Bsieso National Energy Research Center, Jordan

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

15

Moroccan Oil Shale: Research & Development

M. Mohammed Bencherifa

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

16

Overview of gas production from Estonian oil shale of kukersite 

Vahur Oja, Department of Chemical Engineering, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Poster           

17

Value added products from oil shale 

Olubunmi Ogunsola, PhD, TEMEC, Woodbridge, VA 22195

Abstract      Paper           Poster           

18

PETROSIX oil shale technology learning curve 

W. P. Martignoni, and  W. J. B. Rodrigues, PETROBRAS/ UN-SIX, São Mateus do Sul – Pr. Brazil.

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

19

Reexamination (2006) of the multi chamber fluid­ized-bed patented by the Casali Institute (1992) for bituminous rocks combustion & oil & gas production in view of other suggested processes 

Zeev Aizenshtat, Casali Institute and Chemistry Institute The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 91904 Jerusalem Israel

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

20

Geological evaluation of the Beypazari oil shale (Miocene, Ankara, Turkey) 

Ilker Senguler, Hayrullah Dagistan, Mehmet Taka, Gen­eral Directorate of Mineral Research and Exploration, An­kara, Turkey

Abstract      Paper             Poster           

21

Oil shale depositional mode in China 

Rong Liu, Zhaojun Liu, Wei Guo, Hailong Zhang, Jilin Uni­versity, P.R.C.; Hulin Yang, Oil and Gas Resource Strata­gem Research Center, Ministry of Land and Resource, P.R.C.

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

22

Geological characteristics and economic evaluation of oil shale deposits in Tigray, Ethiopia 

Dagnew Girmay, Tigray Region Bureau of Water Re­source, Mines and Energy, Ethiopia

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

23

Oil shale distribution characters in China 

Zhaojun Liu, Qingshui Dong, Songqing Ye, Jilin University;  Changbo Che, Oil and Gas Resource Stratagem Research Center, Ministry of Land and Resource, P.R.C; Daoyong Zhang, Research Institute of Petroleum & Development

 

Abstract      Paper             Poster          

24

Indonesian oil shale prospect and resources as an alternative energy

Sukardjo and Hadiyanto, Center for Geo Resources (CGR), Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources-Republic of Indonesia

Abstract      Paper             Poster           

25

Oil Shale in Israel

Tsevi Minster, Avihu Burg, Geological Survey of Israel, Victor Baryudin, Ministry of National Infrastructures

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

    

     Author Index

First

Last

Session

Shahrul Azman Zainal

Abidin

10A

M.

Afeworki

8B, P13

Ward

Ahmed-Said

7D

Zeev

Aizenshtat

7D, P19

A. Chakor

Alami

7C

Omar Salim

Al-Ayed

3D

Alon

Amrani

7D

Steven B

Andrews

13A

Anthony

Andrews

13B

Mark T.

Atwood

14D

Tom

Barton

P5

Yuval

Bartov

9A

Mike

Batzle

7A, 8D

Jyoti

Behura

7A

Omar

Bekri

10A

M. Mohammed

Bencherifa

P15

Ann M.

Bishop

P10

Richard

Bouts

1B

Tom

Bruington

11B

Munther S.

Bsieso

P14

Avihu

Burg

P25

Alan K.

Burnham

7B, 14B

Alan R.

Carroll

9B

C. P.

Chamberlain

9B

Willard R.

Chappell

4A, 11C

Changbo

Che

P23

Carl

Chen

6B

Chunrui

Chen

P11

Hayrullah

Dagistan

P20

Roger

Day

5C

Milind D.

Deo

2A, 10B, 10C

A.

Doebbert

9B

Svjatoslav

Doilov

3C

Qingshui

Dong

P23

John R.

Donnell

12A

John

Dorgan

7A

Jiangfeng

Du

9D

John R.

Dyni

12A

M.

El Mostaine

7C

Robert J.

Evan

8D

Jim

Evans

13D

David

Ferderer

12A

Alan K.

Forbes

5D

Jean

Foster

6B

H.

Freund

8B, P13

S. Julio

Friedmann

8C

James H.

Gary

2B

Istvan

Gebefügi

4B

Dagnew

Girmay

P22

Robert

Goldstein

6B

M. L.

Gorbaty

8B, P13

S. A.

Graham

9B

Lawrence B.

Gratt

4A

Terry

Gulliver

6D

Wei

Guo

P21

Hugh

Guthrie

1D

 

Hadiyanto

P24

Phil

Harben

7B

Yuping

He

9D

Joel

Herr

6B

Andrew M.

Herring

8D

Daniel L.

Hill

12B

Ronald. J.

Hill

8A, P2¸P10

Ronny

Hofmann

7A

Chung-Kan

Huang

10C

Natalya

Irha

4C

Ahmad

Jalaludin

10A

Doug

Jeavons

11D

Ronald C.

Johnson

12A

Julie

Justus

13D

Richard M.

Kamens

4B

Gunnar

Karelson

4C

Robert

Keiter

2A

S. R.

Kelemen

8B, P13

Antonius

Kettrup

4B

Uuve

Kirso

4B

Ronald

Klusman

4C

Margit

Laja

4B

Michael

Lemmon

2A

Paul

Lerwick

5C

Raymond

Levey

2A

Michael. D.

Lewan

8A, P2

Shuyuan

Li

2C

Dianchao

Li

P12

Yuxi

Li

P12

Zhaojun

Liu

9D

Shengying

Liu

P11

Li

Liu

P12

Rong

Liu

P21

Zhaojun

Liu

P21, P23

Brian

MacPherson

14C

Will

Mahoney

4D

W. P.

Martignoni

P18

Glenn M.

Mason

P9

James R.

McConaghy

14B

Qing­tao

Meng

9D

Nigel

Middleton

1A

Tsevi

Minster

P25

A.

Mulch

9B

Ted

Murphy

1C

Barb

Neary

4D

P. Scott

Northrop

P10

Dag

Nummedal

9A

Olubunmi

Ogunsola

P17

Kyeongseok

Oh

10B

Vahur

Oja

P16

David L.

Olgaard

5B

Glenn A.

Otten

5B

Jack C.

Parker

10D

Quinn R,

Passey

P10

Paul A.

Petzrick

9C

Tom C.

Phillips

5B

Henrique Krahenbuhl

Porto Alegre

P4

R. J.

Pugmire

8B, P13

Jaanus

Purga

2D

Jialin

Qian

2C

Srinivasan V.

Raju

12D

Robert W.

Randall

13C

James

Ranville

4C

Janek

Reinik

4B

John S

Rendall

14A

Musa

Resheidat

11A

Hella

Riisalu

3C

Alexander H

Rintoul

14A

Jeffery

Roberts

7B

W. J. B.

Rodrigues

P18

Jerry

Rowe

6A

M.

Sansone

8B, P13

Marshall T.

Savage

5D

Philippe

Schmitt-Kopplin

4B

H.

Sellami

7C

Ilker

Senguler

P20

Vijay

Sethi

P5

Lawrence J.

Shadle

12B

Eun-Jae

Shin

8D

V.K.

Sibal

12D

M.

Siskin

8B

Mark W.

Smith

12B

Philip

Smith

2A

E. M.

Smith

9B

M.

Solum

8B, P13

Jüri

Soone

3C

Jack

Sosebee

4D

Larry M.

Southwick

3B

Eiliv

Steinnes

4B

Michael R.

Strommen

4B

 

Sukardjo

P24

Ne-Zheng

Sun

P8

Rosangela F.

Sviercoski

P7

Jerry

Sweeney

7B

William A.

Symington

5B, P10

David E.

Tabet

P6

Mehmet

Taka

P20

Erik

Teinemaa

4B

Michele M.

Thomas

5B, P10

Megan

Tomeo

12C

Bryan J.

Travis

P7

James R

Udall

13A

Gary

Urb

4B

Robert

Vagnetti

6C

Michael D.

Vanden Berg

P6

Glenn

Vawter

5C

Harold

Vinegar

5A

Eduard P.

Volkov

3A

C. C.

Walters

8B, P13

Jianqiu

Wang

2C

Shihui

Wang

P11

Laura

Weintraub

6B

Heather

Whitehead

12C

Thomas

Wildeman

4C

Cathy J

Wilson

6B

Yi-Kun

Yang

10C

Hulin

Yang

P21

Songqing

Ye

P23

Jesse D.

Yeakel

5B

Genevieve

Young

P1

Fan

Zhang

10D

Jian

Zhang

9D

Lei

Zhang

9D

Hailong

Zhang

P21

Daoyong

Zhang

P23

Yulong

Zheng

P11

Yuri

Zhiryakov

P3

Yan­qiu

Zhong

P11

Jianwei

Zhu

P12

 

 
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