Oil & Gas Reserves: Communication with the Financial Sector

The debate surrounding oil and gas reserves estimates has been addressed by two new briefing papers jointly issued by the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and the Sustainable Development Programme at Chatham House.  The papers, Petroleum Reserves in Question by John Mitchell and Oil and Gas Reserves: Communication with the Financial Sector by Rob Arnott, argue that a consistent framework for generating oil and gas oil reserves should be implemented to allow for better estimation, increased accuracy and therefore improved production and income potential.

By: John Mitchell , Robert Arnott

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