Methods and Models for Assessing Energy Resources covers the proceedings of the First IIASA Conference on Energy Resources, held on May 20-21, 1975. This book mainly focuses on energy resources, such as coal, oil and natural gas, and uranium resources, and the assessment of these resources. This text first discusses general activities and classification of energy resources, including the institutions involved, problems faced, and opportunities. This book then explains the methods for assessing petroleum resources. This text devotes two parts, each explaining two energy resources—coal and uranium. This book concludes by explaining the need to further the research and study of this subject. This publication will be invaluable to students and experts in the field of chemistry, particularly engaged in the study of energy resources. Sectors and industries mainly dependent on energy resources will also find this book of significance.
Foreword Preface General Activities and Classification of Resources Opening Remarks Resource Studies in the Energy Project of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis WEC Activities in the Field of Surveying World Energy Resources Decreasing Role of Resources in Hungary A Systems Approach to the Economic Estimating of Fuels The UN Center for Natural Resources, Energy and Transport Resource Assessment and Supply Curve Development: Toward Better Methodologies Problems and Opportunities in Adapting US Geological Survey Terminology to Energy Resources Classification of Petroleum Resources and Reserves in the USSR and Its Comparison with Classifications Used in Other Countries Discussion Methods for Assessing Petroleum Resources World Petroleum Resources, Part 1: Methods and Models Used to Estimate World Petroleum Resources World Petroleum Resources, Part 2: A Survey of Petroleum Resources in the World Outside Centrally Planned Economies (WOCPE), Status on 1 January 1974 Discussion In Search of a Probabilistic Model of Petroleum Resource Assessment Models and Methods for Estimating Undiscovered Oil and Gas—What They Do and Do Not Do Subjective Sampling Approaches to Resource Estimation Some Models for Long-Term Forecasting of Raw Material Provisions for Oil and Gas Production Discussion Procedures for Assessing US Petroleum Resources and Utilization of Results A Probabilistic Model of Oil and Gas Discovery Hypothetical Probabilistic Prototype of an Undiscovered Resources Model A Probability Approach to Estimate Volumes of Undiscovered Oil and Gas Hydrocarbon Assessment Using Subjective Probability and Monte Carlo Methods Methodology of Hydrocarbon Resource Appraisal in Relationship to the "Petroleum Zone" Concept and Probabilistic Calculation Probabilistic Evaluation Technique The North Sea Oil Prov
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