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Abstract

The recent increase in world energy demand makes it important to increase the recovery factor of the known hydrocarbon resources, and to improve the technologies making nonconventional hydrocarbons exploitable. In order to consider the economic aspects of the production of the conventional and non-conventional hydrocarbons, it is definitely required to determine amount of the in situ producible hydrocarbon (original oil/gas in place). The magnitude of the original oil/gas in place influences the economic assessment of the production methods available or being developed. It also affects investment decisions about available or newly applied technologies to a large extent.

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2012-09-27
2020-12-03
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