World Hydrocarbon Resources. World oil: reserves, production, politics and prices (C.J. Campbell). Gas in the 21st century: a world-wide perspective (I. Lerche). Estimating global oil resources and their duration (R.G. Miller). Definition and Classification of Hydrocarbon Resources. The world of reserve definitions - can there be one set for everyone? (T.J. Beardall). Resource classifications and their usefulness in the resource management of an oil company (K.A. Abrahamsen et al.). Reserve and resource definition: dealing with uncertainty (J. Wilkinson). The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate's Resource Classification System (K.R. Knudsen). Assessment of Undiscovered Hydrocarbon Resources. A method for the statistical assessment of total undiscovered resources in an area (E. Damsleth). The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate's assessment of the undiscovered resources of the Norwegian continental shelf - background and methods (H. Brekke, J.E. Kalheim). Cross-validation of resource estimates from discovery process modelling and volumetric accumulation modelling: example from the Lower and Middle Jurassic play of the Halten Terrace, offshore Norway (R. Sinding-Larsen, Z. Chen). The Russian method for prediction of hydrocarbon resources of continental shelves, with examples from the Barents Sea (K.O. Sandvik, E.V. Zakharov). Offshore Brazil: analysis of a successful strategy for reserve and production growth (S.J. Morbey). Risk Analysis. Risk analysis: from prospect to exploration portfolio and back (G.M. Kaufman). Risk analysis and full-cycle probabilistic modelling of prospects: a prototype system developed for the Norwegian shelf (J.H. Snow et al.). Play fairway analysis and risk mapping: an example using the Middle Jurassic Brent Group in the northern North Sea (S. Grant et al.). A model-based approach to evaluation of exploration opportunities (B.A. Duff, D. Hall). Risk and probability in resource assessment as functions of parameter uncertainty in basin analysis exploration models (S. Cao et al.). Risk assessment using volumetrics from secondary migration modeling: assessing uncertainties in source rock yields and trapped hydrocarbons (W. Krokstad, Ø. Sylta). Prospect resource assessment using an integrated system of basin simulation and geological mapping software: examples from the North Sea (B. Dahl, I. Meisingset). Management of Discovered Resources. Enhanced oil recovery - the international perspective (J.J.G. Stosur). Nessie: a process analysis of a generic North Sea field life cycle (P. McGaughrin et al.). Changing perceptions of a gas field during its life cycle: a Frigg field case study (E. Torheim). Hydrocarbon Resources: The Economic Interface. Choosing between rocks, hard places and a lot more: the economic interface (H.H. Haldorsen). The usefulness of resource analysis in national economic planning - examples from the Norwegian shelf (J. Kalheim, H. Brekke). Evaluation of undrilled prospects - sensitivity to economic and geological factors (C. Hermanrud et al.). The world bank's financial support to the petroleum sector in developing countries (E. Mayorga-Alba, S. Smith). References index. Subject index.
The oil price shocks of the mid-1980s and their aftermath created radical changes in the petroleum industry, and underlined the need for reliable information on petroleum resources. Integration between the disciplines of petroleum geology, exploration geophysics, reservoir/petroleum engineering and economics became a necessity for resource management and strategic planning. This volume is designed to bring together some of the best techniques evolved to meet these challenges. The very broad scope of the volume, ranging from the macro (global) to micro (field and prospect) level, provides an overview of the thought processes currently prevalent in the industry and academia on the subject of resource quantification and prediction.
This is one of the first books to cover the extensive assembly of hydrocarbon quantification and prediction techniques - of value to petroleum industry management, geoscientists, engineers and economists. Containing hundreds of illustrations, some in colour, the book is arranged in 26 chapters with a detailed subject index. Many service companies and university departments with links to the industry will also find much to interest them.
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