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After completing his Ph.D. in Economics at Louisiana State University in 1984, John D. Grace served one year as an Assistant Professor of Geology at LSU. In 1985, he joined the Geologic Department of the Research and Development lab of Atlantic Richfield (ARCO, now a part of British Petroleum). In
1990, he transferred to the headquarters' Corporate Planning department with responsibility for North American natural gas market analysis.
In 1991, Dr. Grace left ARCO to form a joint-venture consulting firm with several Russian and US colleagues to offer advisory services to oil and gas firms seeking investment opportunities in the Former Soviet Union. At the same time, he founded Earth Science Associates, which specializes in
hydrocarbon resource assessment, oil and gas supply analysis and the development of geographic information system (GIS) technologies for exploration and production companies.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Petroleum industry and trade -- Russia (Federation) -- History.
Petroleum -- Geology -- Russia (Federation) -- History.
Petroleum industry and trade -- Soviet Union -- History.
Petroleum -- Geology -- Soviet Union -- History.