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Author: Richard Nehring
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: estimates, reserve, gas, oil, linking
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The purpose of this Note is to provide an informed, plausible series of proved reserves and annual reserve changes by type for crude oil and natural gas (dry) that links these two different series of reserve estimates over the late 1970s. It describes the basic differences between the two published series of reserve estimates, explores the possible reasons for differences between the two series, a......
ISBN: 1428952403, 9781428952409
Author: Unknown
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Keywords: new, economy, infrastructures, gas, oil, natural, securing
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Copyrights: General Copyright

Publisher: DIANE PublishingPublished Time: DIANE PublishingPages: 100......
ISBN: 1437924085, 9781437924084
Author: Mark Stiles
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Keywords: blm, lease, utah’s, december, sale, offered, parcels, oil, gas, final, review
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Publisher: DIANE PublishingPublished Time: DIANE PublishingPages: 39This report was prepared in response to the ?Report to Secretary Ken Salazar Regarding the Potential Leasing of 77 Parcels in Utah,? submitted by Deputy Secretary of the Interior David Hayes, June 11, 2009. The Hayes Report recommended that a Bureau of Land Mgmt. (BLM) team should determine whether: (1) the parcels should be re-of......
ISBN: 0821388312, 9780821388310
Author: Unknown
Source: publications.worldbank.org
Keywords: creation, value, companies, oil, national
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World Bank Working Papers 218English; Paperback; 144 pages; 7x10Published July 13, 2011 by World BankISBN: 978-0-8213-8831-0; SKU: 18831 National Oil Companies (NOCs) directly or indirectly control themajority of oil and gas reserves. As such, they are of greatconsequence to their country’s economy, to importingcountries’ energy security, and to the stability of oil and gasmarkets. T......
ISBN: 0309103703, 9780309103701
Authors: Committee On The Cumulative Environmental Effects Of Oil, Gas Activities On Alaska's North Slope, National Research Council
Source: www.nap.edu
Keywords: alaska, north, slope, activities, gas, environmental, effects, oil, cumulative
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The report identifies accumulated environmental, social and economic effects of oil and gas leasing, exploration, and production on Alaska's North Slope.Economic benefits to the region have been accompanied by effects of the roads, infrastructure and activities of oil and gas production on the terrain, plants, animals and peoples of the North Slope. While attempts by the oil industry and regulator......
ISBN: 1428921443, 9781428921443
Author: Unknown
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Keywords: spills, oil, marine, bioremediation
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Publisher: DIANE PublishingPublished Time: DIANE PublishingPages: 36......
ISBN: 083300297X, 9780833002976
Authors: Richard Nehring, E. Reginald Van Driest
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: united, states, fields, gas, significant, oil, discovery
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A quantitative assessment of the ultimate conventional petroleum resources of the United States.Using a database listing all the significant oil and gas fields, the authors describe what has already been discovered, interpret why these discoveries happened when they did, and assess the remaining geologic prospects.U.S.petroleum resources are highly concentrated in a few major provinces and in a re......
ISBN: 0833031783, 9780833031785
Authors: Tom Latourrette, Mark A. Bernstein, Paul Holtberg, Christopher G. Pernin, Ben A. Vollaard, Mark Hanson, Kathryn G. Anderson, Debra Knopman
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: methods, framework, new, approach, review, west, gas, oil, resources, intermountain, assessing
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The authors examine four recent traditional assessments of the nation’s potential supply of natural gas and oil resources. They suggest a new methodology: estimating viable resource,which is the gas and oil resource that is available when exploration and production costs, infrastructure and transportation costs, and environmental impacts are considered. This methodology will be used in futur......
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