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1 ------ htm (see webpage) Energy Review by Plunket Research [Uploaded 071111
  1. In 1997, Fortune magazine speculated that the nation's electricity bill will drop 20% to 30% over the next five to ten years as result of heightened competition caused by deregulation. This drop will continue a trend that started in the early 1930s. Since then, the price of power, adjusted for inflation, has already dropped approximately 66% on a per kilowatt-hour basis, from roughly 28 cents to 8 cents
  2. The average oil well in the Gulf of Mexico flows 30,000 barrels of oil daily--100 times the rate of flow of an onshore U.S. well. New, extremely deep water wells will flow at much greater rates.
2 ------ htm (see webpage) Drought May Continue in Southwest Georgia [Uploaded 071111
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3 ------ htm (see webpage) GOM: Deepwater: A New Frontier for Resource Management [Uploaded 071111
  1. Today there are approximately 7600 active leases in the Gulf of Mexico, 48 percent of which are in deepwater. Contrast this to 5600 active leases in 1992, only 27 percent of which were in deep water regions. By the end of 1999, there were 30 producing fields, up 30 percent in 12 months.
  2. For the first time in history, the amount of oil production in the Gulf of Mexico from deepwater rose above 50 percent of the total.
  3. In 1990 about four percent of the oil and less than one percent of the natural gas produced on the Gulf’s outer continental shelf was from deepwater. By the end of 1999, more than 50 percent of the Gulf’s oil production and 20 percent of its natural gas was from that area. This represents a 2,800 percent increase in oil produced from those depths during the 1990’s and a 3,500 percent increase in natural gas production from deepwater.
  4. it is reassuring to know that domestic production is growing at a steady rate in the Gulf’s deep water areas.
4 ------ htm (see webpage) Alexander's Gas & Oil Connections - Gulf of Mexico deepwater oil production surging [Uploaded 071111
  1. Production in the deepwater sector could reach as high as 620,000 bpd by the end of the year 2000, up from the current estimate of 470,000
5 001227 htm MMS Rigs Drilling in Deepwater Gulf Reaches Record High
  1. The number of rigs drilling in deepwater in the Gulf of Mexico rose to a record high of 40 this week
6 010419 htm MMS Number of Rigs Drilling In Deepwater Gulf Reaches Record High of 42
  1. Number of Rigs Drilling In Deepwater Gulf Reaches Record High of 42
7 010517 htm
USAToday Summer Forecast Drought
  1. The three-month prediction issued Thursday by the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center shows above-normal temperatures all summer in the Southeast with dry conditions through at least June.
8 010523 htm MMS Two Records Are Set for Deepwater Gulf of Mexico
  1. number of rigs drilling in deepwater in the Gulf of Mexico rose to a record high of 45
9 010525 htm Newsweek Gulf drilling hub also whale hangout
  1. The number of rigs drilling in deepwater in the Gulf of Mexico rose to a record high of 42 during the week of April 19
  2. “This level of deepwater oil and gas activity illustrates the tremendous level of industry interest in the deepwater portion of the Gulf of Mexico. Last year began with 26 rigs working in deepwater, but that number continued to rise. By the end of the year, there were a record 40 rigs drilling in the deep waters of the Gulf. Now, just four months into 2001, a new record has been set.”
  3. Production from these deepwater wells has now surpassed production in shallow water, despite the fact that only four percent of all producing fields in the Gulf of Mexico are in deepwater.
10 010526 htm
StarTrib Fed Panel For Offshore Drilling
  1. The ban now covers 610 million acres of ocean off the Pacific, Atlantic and Gulf coasts.
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11 010527 htm CNN Florida Wild Fires
  1. Smoke from the Mallory Swamp fire and another fire in south Georgia were affecting the air quality in towns as far away as Savannah, Georgia, and Hilton Head Island, South Carolina -- 250 to 300 miles to the northeast.
  2. More than 2,800 fires in Florida this year
    The Florida Division of Forestry reported 2,825 fires burned 254,360 acres in the state since January 1.
  3. "We've been averaging statewide about 20 fires a day easily for the last month," said Timber Weller, a Division of Forestry spokesman said.

    Agencies report the fire danger as very high to extreme.
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NYT G O M Leasing010702 N Y T
13 010702 htm WashPost Gulf Leases Start
  1. The Bush administration will lease 1.47 million acres of the eastern Gulf of Mexico to oil companies, but in a nod to Florida Gov. Jeb Bush no drilling will be allowed near that state's shoreline, the Interior Department said Monday.
  2. The acreage available in the planned lease sale excludes anything within roughly 100 to 300 miles of Florida's coastline, Interior Secretary Gale Norton said.
14 010705 htm WashPost Florida Revolt
  1. Florida's Oil Revolt
15 010718 htm USAToday Water Wars Brew In Southeast
  1. No one expected it to become such a critical resource so fast in a region long thought to have an inexhaustible supply.
  2. Tri-State Water War.
16 010827 htm USAToday Tampa Record Low Rainfall
  1. Florida's drought, heading into its fourth year, is on course to produce one of the driest Augusts on record in the Tampa region.
  2. this past Saturday's light rain showers followed a 14-day stretch with no precipitation, the longest area dry spell in August since the federal government began keeping local weather data back in 1890
17 011120 htm RTD Thirty-six rainless days pour on the problems
  1. Richmond has apparently set a record for the longest run of rainless days in more than a century of official weather history.
  2. Much of Virginia is in a climatological drought, the Baltimore-Washington Weather Forecast Office said. A climatological drought occurs when precipitation during a six-month period is 15 percent or more below normal.
18 011129 htm CNN Warm East Coast
  1. Warm weather chills holiday spirit
19 020128 htm
NYT Drought N Y
  1. he warm, dry winter has left the reservoirs that supply water to New York City only half as full as they usually are at this time of yea
20 020220 htm NYT Drought N E
  1. Through the dry, cold nights and almost balmy winter days, across snowless mountains and under desert-blue skies, a record-setting drought has settled over the New York region and much of the East Coas
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21 020228 htm WashPost Dryness East Coast
  1. Arid, Arid, All Around, And Nature's Out of Sync
22 020315 htm NYT Maine Stoic In Drought
  1. They flush their toilets once a day. Unable to use washing machines in their homes for the past five months, they wait in long lines at coin-operated laundries. For supper, they usually eat sandwiches off paper plates. If they want a proper meal — the kind that requires washing a lot of dishes — they drive to a restaurant
23 020408 htm RTD Va Emissions C O2 Up
  1. Carbon dioxide emissions up
  2. Report: Va. had 9th highest rise
  3. Carbon dioxide emissions from old, coal-burning power plants in Virginia increased by more than a third from 1995 to 2000
  4. Carbon dioxide emissions from the plants jumped from 28.8 million tons to 39.5 million tons
24 020416 htm WashPost Water Wells Digging
  1. Finding water these days in parched central Maryland isn't easy. Months into one of the worst droughts in recent memory, and with the spring "leaf out" heralding hot weather and worsening conditions, the hunt for water is harsh and urgent.
25 020820 htm
RTD Va Rivers Record Lows
  1. Held in the hard grasp of drought, Virginia rivers are setting records for low flows.
26 020903 htm
NYT Mexico4th Largest Oil Producer
  1. Mexico, the world's fourth-largest oil producer, plans to increase its crude oil output by about 13 percent next year, to around 3.65 million barrels a day, according to a presidential report submitted to Congress today.
27 020917 htm
USAToday Virga Dry Air Precip
  1. Virga Dry Air Precip*
  2. Dry air causes “invisible” rain
  3. Rain or snow that evaporates as it falls into a layer of dry air near the earth’s surface is called virga. While virga can happen at any time during the year, it is most common during winter, when low-level air is very dry. As falling precipitation evaporates it moistens the dry air from the top down. If the precipitation lasts, the air becomes moist enough to block evaporation and the rain or snow reaches the ground.
28 020925 htm
WashPost U Va Drought Shutdown
  1. With Charlottesville reservoirs threatening to dry up in just 88 days, some students at the University of Virginia have entertained thoughts of Christmas break starting around Thanksgiving.
29 020926 htm
RTD Power Hydro Threat Drought
  1. dropping water levels in Lake Anna, which supplies cooling water to the company's North Anna nuclear power station, had become a concern.
  2. But the drought threatens other power plants as well. Virginia Power is already unable to make electricity at Lake Gaston and Roanoke Rapids, N.C., be cause of low water flows on the Roanoke River.
  3. the plant's emergency plan calls for the nuclear units to be shut down to avoid excessive vibration of its water pumps.
30 040324 htm
NYT More Oil G O M
  1. offshore mineral resources, recently increased its estimates of reserves of "deep shelf" natural gas by 175 percent.
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31 040328 htm
USAToday Southeast Drought Again
  1. Less than two years after recovering from drought, the Southeast is drying out again
  2. Wildfire is an early consequence.
32 060906 htm
NYT Big Oil Find Is Reported Deep in Gulf
  1. The United States has reserves of 29 billion barrels
  2. And given that the United States uses 20.5 million barrels of crude oil a day

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