Table of Contents

Oil & Gas Journal

07/11/2011
Volume 109, Issue 28
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  • Regular Features

    • Journally Speaking

      • Whale of a seismic tale
        The US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation, and Enforcement last month asked the National Marine Fisheries Service for yet another study to see if airguns used in underwater seismic surveys could damage the hearing or otherwise harm or harass whales and dolphins in the Gulf of Mexico.
    • Editorial

      • A new assault on ozone
        A new round of changes under consideration by the US Environmental Protection Agency for gasoline chemistry requires assessment on two levels: cost and necessity.
    • EQUIPMENT | SOFTWARE | LITERATURE
    • Advertisers Index
    • The Editor's Perspective

    • Market Journal

    • OGJ Newsletter
      International news for oil and gas professionals
  • General Interest

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