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OilFinder2 wrote:Please repeat after me: "I, dorlomin, have never put something somewhere, only to decide later on it should have been placed somewhere else. I am always right the first time. Thus, I expect others to be exactly right the first time, as I am."
So when you say 'this is the oil we have found in 2012', you are also saying 'and we will find some of it again in 2013, 2014 and so on.'OilFinder2 wrote:Time for another bump!OilFinder2 wrote:Please repeat after me: "I, dorlomin, have never put something somewhere, only to decide later on it should have been placed somewhere else. I am always right the first time. Thus, I expect others to be exactly right the first time, as I am."
So where you put something has no bearing on its meaning now does it.OilFinder2 wrote:Please am time me: to ", have , on never others somewhere repeat the as something first somewhere, after should right always exactly Thus it Ibeen placed right have else. I am decide only the put . later , I expect dorlomin to be first time, I ."
dorlomin wrote:So where you put something has no bearing on its meaning now does it.
Thank you.OilFinder2 wrote: Where I put that catalog entry did have bearing on its meaning ... which is why I moved it from 2010 to 2011. Since the discovery size was actually announced in 2011, and not in 2010, it would have been incorrect for me
OilFinder2 wrote:Our first entry for 2012.
Size of discovery: 200 - 300 million barrels boe recoverable
Date: January 9, 2012
Company(s): Statoil, Eni and Petoro AS
Location: Barents Sea, Norway
API: No information
Flow rate of test well(s): No information
Estimated production startup date: No information
Recoverable running total year to date: 200 million barrels minimum to 300 million barrels maximum
OIP running total year to date: 0 barrels minimum to 0 barrels maximum
Norway Oil Discoveries: Name - Size - Month/Year
Nucula - 300-500 million barrels - 2/07
Goliath - 1.5 billion barrels - 6/07
Exploration Well 16/1 (Luno or PL338) - 60-180 million barrels - 10/07
Storskrymten - 107 million barrels - 11/07
SW of Grane field - 30 million barrels
Well 35/11-B23-H in the Fram area - 20-40 million barrels - 01/08
PL292 (Pi North and Pi South) - 19-32 million barrels - 5/08
PL104 & nearby Theta (2 seperate prospects) - 16 million & 5 million barrels - 5/08
Jordbaer - 150 million barrels - 8/08
Draupne - 28-68 million barrels - 8/08
Dagny - 100-125 million barrels - 8/08
Additions to Dagne - 30-50 million barrels - 10/08 (Note: Not sure if this is the same as Dagny, they're spelled differently in the articles - However I treated them as the same field so this is an addition to Dagny)
Additions to Luno - 5-10 million barrels - 1/09
Dompap - 25-30 million barrels - 1/09
Curran - 3-16 million barrels - 1/09
Vigdis North-East (part of PL089) - 25 million barrels - 3/09
Gygrid - 20-30 million barrels - 6/09
Grevling - 40-130 million barrels - 6/09
Grosbeak - 35-190 million barrels - 7/09
Bream - 38-63 million barrels - 8/09
Frigg Delta - 18-35 million barrels - 10/09
Fossekall - 37-63 million barrels - 4/10
Maria - 60-120 million barrels - 7/10
Skrugard - 150-250 million barrels - 4/11
Aldous & Avaldsnes - 300-800 million barrels - 8/11
Additions to Aldous & Avaldsnes - 900 million-1.8 billion barrels - 9/11
Havis - 200-300 million barrels - 1/12
Total petroleum production for 2010 reached 229.5 million cubic meters, falling short of a January 2010 estimate of 236 million cubic meters after halts at fields including Statoil’s Gullfaks, Tordis, Vale and Heidrun. Statoil, which operates 80 percent of the country’s production, in November cut its output guidance for 2010 to 1.9 million barrels a day.
Norway’s oil production is expected to drop to 88.9 million cubic meters in 2015, while gas output will climb to 112.2 billion cubic meters in the same period, the directorate said. Total output will decline to 221 million cubic meters by 2015, the agency forecast.
Norway’s oil and natural gas investments may reach a record 150.8 billion kroner ($25 billion) next year, from 133 billion kroner this year, as companies increase spending on platforms to keep aging fields alive, Norway’s Statistic Agency said last month. Statoil expects to raise its investments about 14 percent to about 40 billion kroner, it said in December.
It looks like you have given up on anyone finding substantial amounts of new oil, and have turned to touting natural gas.
Contingent Resources are those quantities of petroleum which are estimated, on a given date, to be potentially recoverable from known accumulations, but which are not currently considered to be commercially recoverable ...
a brown oily material that is as full of itself as the rear end is full of it. touche! But more to the point; this "catalog" of "discoveries" is little more than list of free, industry, press-releases that "oilfinder" uncovers nightly down in his basement "seismic laboratory". Those muffled popping sounds you hear? That's his thumper truckOilFinder2 wrote:It looks like you have given up on anyone finding substantial amounts of new oil, and have turned to touting natural gas.
Huh???? Now what are you pulling out of your rear end?
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