Methods of Estimating Reserves of Crude Oil, Natural Gas, and Natural Gas Liquids (Routledge Revivals)
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.
Table of Contents
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
Wallace F. Lovejoy