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  • The moderator was Dr. Tad Patzek, chairman of the department of energy and geosystems engineering at the University of Texas at Austin.

    Andrew Kreig: Peak Oil Experts Fear Big New U.S. Job Losses, Economic Downturn

  • "People in these jobs are under a lot of pressure to save time and money," said Tadeusz W. Patzek, chairman of the department of petroleum and geosystems engineering at the University of Texas at Austin.

    Costly drilling effort might have rushed BP and Transocean on safety measures

  • But Tadeusz Patzek, a professor who is the chairman of the department of petroleum and geosystems engineering at the University of Texas, argues that the discussion has been hijacked by people who don't know what they're talking about.

    Each day, another way to define worst-case for oil spill

  • But Tadeusz Patzek, a professor who is the chairman of the department of petroleum and geosystems engineering at the University of Texas, argues that the discussion has been hijacked by people who don't know what they're talking about.

    Each day, another way to define worst-case for oil spill

  • But at least he can help out his relations, like his favored adopted niece Zula, an Eritrean refugee who was raised on the family homestead in Iowa and is now putting her advanced geoscience degree to work as a technician in the T'Rain world, designing the geosystems that deposit precious metals where gold-farmers an integral part of the T'Rain economy can dig it up.

    Boing Boing

  • Paul Bommer, a University of Texas petroleum and geosystems engineering professor and member of the flow rate team, said cap seems to have made a "dent" in reducing the flow, but there is still a lot of oil coming out.

    Market News

  • Paul Bommer, a University of Texas petroleum and geosystems engineering professor and member of the flow rate team, said cap seems to have made a "dent" in reducing the flow, but there is still a lot of oil coming out.

    KTVZ.com - Local Headlines

  • Paul Bommer, a University of Texas petroleum and geosystems engineering professor and member of the flow rate team, said cap seems to have made a "dent" in reducing the flow, but there is still a lot of oil coming out.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • Shutting off the oil from the well represents a significant success, Tad Patzek, chair of petroleum and geosystems engineering at the University of Texas at Austin, said in an interview.

    The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines

  • Paul Bommer, a University of Texas petroleum and geosystems engineering professor and member of the flow rate team, said cap seems to have made a "dent" in reducing the flow, but there is still a lot of oil coming out.

    chron.com Chronicle

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