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Global Resource Management Europe

Where Giants Roam

Offshore Norway, exploration activity over the last couple of years has reached record-breaking levels, leading to many discoveries, but few of any size. The Norwegian Petroleum Directorate, however, believes that large discoveries can still be made in areas of the shelf that have not been extensively explored.
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Giant Fields North America

Gulf of Mexico

The Gulf of Mexico Basin has proved to be a highly successful hydrocarbon province, and the vast untapped volume of both oil and gas ensures that the basin will continue as a major player for decades to come.
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Country Profile Middle East

Iraq: Resource Base

As Iraq's political and security situation gradually becomes more stable and safer, the country's rich oil and gas resources will increasingly draw the attention of international oil companies. This article evaluates the geological inventory of Iraq's oil and gas fields, linking the progress and problems of the past to the prospects of the future.
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Global Resource Management Worldwide

The Heavy Oil Conundrum

Heavy oil offers a possible solution to our need for a constant supply of new and secure energy supplies, but its production is characterized by low recovery, so the industry faces the conundrum of how to convert these giant resources into easily produced supplies.
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Global Resource Management Worldwide

Forget Peak Oil

The question is not when we run out of oil, but when we are no longer able to increase our total energy output. In the meantime, like it or not, we will have to rely on the coal industry.
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Global Resource Management North America

Oil and Gas Resources of Northeast Greenland

The new assessment carried out by USGS indicates that northeastern Greenland may be a very important future petroleum province. If the mean estimate of 31 BBoE were discovered and proven, this huge basin would rank 19th out of the world’s 500 known petroleum provinces.