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Update on USGS Arctic Oil Report

I’ve posted a couple times (here and here) on a USGS report on estimated Arctic oil and gas resources.  The USGS report estimated that the Arctic regions represented 13 percent of undiscovered oil, 30 percent of undiscovered natural gas and … Continue reading

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USGS Report on Arctic Oil

I posted last week on the USGS report that estimated Arctic resources represent 13 percent of undiscovered oil, 30 percent of undiscovered natural gas and 20 percent of undiscovered natural gas liquids, with about 84 percent of the resource occurring … Continue reading

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Arctic Oil

From The Independent, a UK-based newspaper (article, by Michael McCarthy), an article about the new USGS report showing that the Arctic may hold up to one fifth of the world’s undiscovered but exploitable oil and gas reserves: This includes 90 … Continue reading

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Greenland Oil & Gas – USGS Assessment Out

The Arctic has been touted by many groups as the next big undiscovered resource. But as the Arctic geology becomes more understood, it’s looking less like the next Saudi Arabia and more like a smaller gas province. From Petroleum News, … Continue reading

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