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  Author:  Institut Francais du Petrole Publications

 
 

Chapter 8

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Oil is often regarded by the public as a dangerous and polluting industry. This somewhat dramatic view relates particularly to the operating traditionally perceived as the most critical, such as drilling and transport by tanker and pipeline, which the public associated with spectacular accidents such as oilwell blowouts and “black ... click here for more details.





Chapter 3

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In this chapter we shall begin (Section 3.1) by reviewing the definitions used by the industry. We shall then go on, in Section 3.2, to specify the various types of hydrocarbons extant and will look particularly at those referred to as ”non-conventional”. Unlike so-called conventional hydrocarbons (broadly, those that are ... click here for more details.





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***From the book*** Economic evaluations of petroleum projects include, in addition to assumptions about the value of hydrocarbons, three types of data: - Production profiles, constructed by reservoir engineers from analysis of the drainage mechanisms; - Capital and operating costs, evaluated by cost estimators and managed by the project manager and the ... click here for more details.





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Two questions arise regarding the ownership of hydrocarbons. Firstly, who owns these resources while they are in the ground, either before or after their discovery, but before their extraction? And secondly, who owns them after their extraction from the subsoil, and at what point in time and space is ownership ... click here for more details.




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