• Checking the Forecast: A Look Back at the Texas 2000 Project 

    Olson, Jerry (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2000-08)
    In the late 1970s, Texas experienced a remarkable spurt of migration-induced population growth. One of the main reasons for the surge in migration was the much-touted Texas business climate. This part of the Sun Belt was ...
  • Creating a Carbon Capture and Storage Industry in Texas 

    Eaton, David; Duncan, Ian (LBJ School of Public Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin, 2007-02)
    Report on the potential for industrial development of geologic sequestration of CO₂ in the Texas Gulf Coast region. Funded in part by the IC² Institute.
  • Estimation of the Time Path of the Supply Price of an Exhaustible Resource: The Case of Oil and Natural Gas 

    Thore, Sten; Sinha, Kingshuk K. (IC² Institute, 1988-06)
    Explores the interplay of geopolitical, economic, geological and operational factors that may disrupt the gradual upwards shift of the supply price of non-replenishable resources, specifically oil and natural gas. Describes ...
  • Has Texas Become a Net Importer of Energy Resources? 

    Zarnikau, Jay (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 1997-06)
    Examination of whether Texas has become a new importer of energy resources. The answer depends on the method of comparison, by heating value or economic value.
  • New Gas Market Fundamentals: The Prospects for Liquefied Natural Gas 

    Holloway, Milton L. (Bureau of Business Research, The University of Texas at Austin, 2003-12)
    An increasingly volatile market price for U.S. natural gas, the inadequacy of domestic natural gas reserves, and the continuing development of new natural gas-based electric generation capacity have created a heightened ...