by SouthLaGeo The post that follows is a guest post by SouthLaGeo, a geologist with over 30 years of oil industry experience. In this post, I will address 3 topics relating to the Northern Deepwater Gulf of Mexico – 1. … Continue reading
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Where did all the oil go? The peak is back An extensive new scientific analysis published in Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy & Environment says that proved conventional oil reserves as detailed in industry sources are likely “overstated” by half. According … Continue reading
Rystad Energy, an independent oil and gas consulting services and business intelligence data firm in Oslo, Norway, has online, a wealth of information concerning upstream oil production projects and costs. Some of it is a bit dated but some of their … Continue reading
The EIA has just published their Petroleum Supply Monthly with July production data for the USA and all states and territories. There were really no big surprises. US C+C production was up 94,000 barrels per day in July to 9,358,000 bpd.
EIA begins monthly survey-based reporting of U.S. crude oil production With the release of today’s Petroleum Supply Monthly, EIA is incorporating the first survey-based reporting of monthly U.S. crude oil production statistics. Today’s Petroleum Supply Monthly includes estimates for June 2015 crude … Continue reading