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Assessment of Potential Additions to Conventional Oil and Gas Resources in Discovered Fields of the United States from Reserve Growth, 2012
Assessment of Potential Additions to Conventional Oil and Gas Resources in Discovered Fields of the United States from Reserve Growth, 2012

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The USGS estimated volumes of technically recoverable, conventional petroleum resources that have the potential to be added to reserves from reserve growth in 70 discovered oil and gas accumulations of the United States, excluding Federal offshore areas. The mean estimated volumes are 32 billion barrels of crude oil, 291 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, and 10 billion barrels of natural gas liquids.

DOI Press Release (August 14, 2012)

Fact Sheet 2012-3108

 Assessment Website: National Oil and Gas Assessment

 


Map of Reserve Growth in the United States (excluding Federal (OCS)

Map of Reserve Growth in the United States (excluding Federal Outer Continental Shelf)
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