Methods of Estimating Reserves of Crude Oil, Natural Gas, and Natural Gas Liquids, first published in 1965, aims to throw new light on a field of knowledge vital to consideration of problems of public policy regarding future sources of energy. This book will be of interest to students of environmental studies.
Foreword; Preface; Part 1: Methods of Estimating Crude Oil Reserves; 1. The Reserves Concept 2. The API Estimating Procedures 3. National Petroleum Council Reports on Reserves and Productive Capacity 4. Extending the Boundaries of Reserves Estimation: The IOCC Estimates 5. Company Estimates of Reserves for Company Purposes 6. An Alternative Approach: Calculating Reserves from Producing Capacity: The A. D. Zapp Study 7. Approaches to the Estimation of "Ultimate Reserves"; Part 2: Methods of Estimating Reserves of Natural Gas and Natural Gas Liquids; 8. Estimating Procedures for Gas Reserves 9. Estimating Procedures for Natural Gas Liquids Reserves 10. National Petroleum Council on Productive Capacity, Availability and Reserves of Natural Gas and NGL 11. Extending ; Part 3: Summary and Conclusion; 12. Summary View of "Reserves Estimates" 13. Aspects of the Public Interest
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