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Summer Field Program - August 8 - 13, 2005

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Peter McNutt of NREL describes photovoltaic panels to Bonnie Cannon (Office of Rep. Cubin), Taylor Oldroyd (Dept. of Agriculture), and Kevin Teichman (EPA).

Jim Johnson of NREL explains the internal structure of a large wind turbine blade being tested at the National Wind Technology Center.

 


On the drilling rig floor, Duane Zavadil and the rig boss of Bill Barrett
Corporation discuss an answer to a participant's question.


David Foster, an attorney specializing in split-estate issues speaks to the participants as part of a community discussion panel hosted by Mesa State College. To his left are Larry Kent, District Manager for the Western Slope Franchise of Halliburton, and Kathy Hall representing the Western Colorado Oil and Gas Association.

Art Goodtimes, County Commissioner from San Miguel County, addresses the participants during a community discussion panel hosted by Mesa State College. To his right is Craig Meis, CEO of Cordilleran Services.

 


Terry O'Connor of Shell E&P explains the company's research efforts at the Mahogany Oil Shale Project.

Ken Brown, Operations Manager, answers a question from Jim Kinney (Bureau of Reclamation) at Shell's Mahogany Oil Shale Project.


Jim Kinney (Bureau of Reclamation) and other participants aboard the dragline at the Trapper Coal Mine.


Brian Caruso (EPA) looks into the coal-fired boiler at the Tri-States G&T Craig Station.

A view inside the coal fired boiler looks into the coal-fired boiler at the Tri-States G&T Craig Station.


Jeff Roedell of Chevron describes the CO2 injection and oil production operations in the
Rangely Oil Field to Teresa Fryberger (OSTP) and Dennis Ellis (Office of Gov. Owens).


Jim Kinney (Bureau of Reclamation) views the 502-foot-hight Flaming Gorge Dam.


Warren Blanchard, Manager of the Flaming Gorge Dam and Power Plant, describes the operations of the Flaming Gorge Hydroelectric Station to Taylor Oldroyd (Dept. of Agriculture) and Leo Sommaripa (OMB).

Questar drilling foreman Jim McRae describes the drill bits used to drill the directional wells up to 14,500 feet deep in the Pinedale Anticline to Jon Ludwigson (GAO).


EMFI participants at the Questar drilling rig in the Pinedale Anticline.

 

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