The Kentucky Geological Survey is a research and public service institute within the Research and Graduate Studies division of the University of Kentucky. Our oil and gas research activities are often possible only through the generous participation of private industry.
|TerraStationII||TerraSciences, Inc||Software for geologic modeling, log analysis, and mapping|
|Funding Partner||Cabot Oil and Gas Corp.||"Big Lime" Project: Regional subsurface Stratigraphy and Petrology of the Newman Limestone, Appalachian
Basin, Eastern Kentucky.
Information is also available on the project's data release.
|Funding Partner||Eastern American Energy Corp.|
|Funding Partner||Penn Virginia Resources Corp.|
|Funding Partner||U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory (formerly FETC)||Rome Trough Consortium|
|Funding Partner||Columbia Natural Resources, Inc.|
|Funding Partner||Century Offshore Management Corp.|
|Funding Partner||Equitable Resources Energy Co.|
|Funding Partner||Peake Energy (subsidiary of Belden and Blake)|
|Grant||American Energy Products, Inc||Funded project: Seismic processing and interpretation of the eastern Rough Creek Graben|
|Data||Chevron Corp||Subsurface research support|
|Data||The Williams Companies (formerly Texas Gas Transmission Corp.)|
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