USGS-GD-Scientific Capabilities -  ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY Contacts

 

ORGANIC
GEOCHEMISTRY

Contacts


 
Paul Lillis
USGS, MS 977
P. O. Box 25046
Denver Federal Center
Denver, CO 80225
 
(303) 236-9382
 
plillis@usgs.gov
 
GEO-CRG-ERS

Ken Kvenvolden
USGS, MS 999M
345 Middlefield Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025

(415) 329-4196

Kkvenvolden@usgs.gov

GEO-WRG-CMG

T. Lorenson
USGS, MS 999M
345 Middlefield Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025

(415) 329-4186

tlorenson@usgs.gov

GEO-WRG-CMG

 

Bibliography

Palacs, J., Organic Geochemistry in Future Energy Development: USGS Fact Sheet.

Additional Information

The Laboratory staff and associated research personnel continue to participate in cooperative studies with a wide variety of organizations. Recent cooperative organizations include:

  • Alaska Division of Oil and Gas,
  • California Division of Oil and Gas,
  • California Department of Fish and Wildlife,
  • Colorado Oil and Gas Commission,
  • Kentucky Geological Survey,
  • New Mexico Oil and Gas Conservation Commission,
  • Illinois State Geological Survey,
  • Indiana University, Indiana Geological Survey,
  • Utah Geological Survey,
  • Bureau of Land Management,
  • Curtin University (Australia),
  • DEP-EKY (Greece),
  • Israel National Oil Company,
  • Jordan Natural Resources Authority,
  • VNIGNI (All-Russian Research Geological Oil Institute, Moscow, Russia),
  • VNIGRI (All-Russian Petroleum Scientific-Research Geological Exploration Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia),
  • NIOZ (The Netherlands Institute of Sea Research),
  • Northwestern University, University of Texas,
  • University of Oklahoma, University of Ibadan (Nigeria).

 


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