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Advanced Resources’ worldwide clientele include major, independent and national oil and gas companies, coal producers and utilities, technology and service providers, legal and financial firms, research organizations, consortia and academia, policy groups, and governments.

Major, Independent and National Oil and Gas Companies

Anadarko Petroleum
BHP Billiton
BP
CDX Gas
ChevronTexaco
China United CBM
Citation Oil and Gas
ConocoPhillips
Devon
Dominion E & P
EnCana
Energen Resources
Essar Oil
Exxon Mobil
Gas Authority of India
GeoMet
Harken Energy Corporation
Marathon
MCN Investments
Newfield Exploration
Nexen
Occidental Petroleum
Oil and Natural Gas
Petroleos de Venzuela SA
Pioneer Natural Resources
Range Resources
Reliance Industries
Repsol YPF
Ridgeway Petroleum
Santos
Sasol
Shell
Southwestern Energy
Swisspetrol
Texcal Energy
Total

Coal Producers and Utilities

Anglo American Coal
Calpine
CenterPoint Energy
Duke Energy

Technology and Service Providers

CRL Energy
Halliburton
ICF Consulting
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Praxair
Questa Engineering
RenTech
Schlumberger
Science Applications International

Legal and Financial Firms

Asian Development Bank
Babcock and Brown
Branch Law
European Investment Bank
Hamlin Capital Management
Holme, Roberts and Owen
Marubeni
Northwestern Mutual Life
Simmons & Company International
Thompson & Knight
World Bank

Research Organizations, Consortia and Academia

CO2 Capture Project
CO2 Cooperative Research Centre
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization
Electric Power Research Institute
Gas Technology Institute
Hokkaido University
Illinois Clean Coal Institute
International Energy Agency Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme
Japan Coal Energy Centre
New Mexico Institute of Technology and Mining
Southern Illinois University
Stanford University
University of Alabama
University of Tokyo

Policy Groups

American Petroleum Institute
Pew Center on Global Climate Change

Governments

Alabama Geological Survey
California Energy Commission
Colorado Geological Survey
Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission
Electricity Commission of New South Wales
Kentucky Geological Survey
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Public Service Commission of Colorado
U.S. Agency for International Development
U.S. Bureau of Land Management
U.S. Department of Energy
Environmental Protection Agency
U. S. Geological Survey
U.S. Trade Development Agency
United Nations Development Program