Some articles on billion barrels, billion, barrels:
... Canada has oil sands deposits greater than the world's total supply of conventional oil at 1,700 billion barrels (2.7×1011 m3) to 2,500 billion barrels (4×1011 m3) ... Of these, 175 billion barrels (2.78×1010 m3) are extractable at current prices using current technology, which makes Canada's proven oil reserves second only to Saudi ... sands much more profitable, and by 2007 over $100 billion worth of new mines and thermal projects were under construction or on the drawing boards ...
... Aghajari fields is 56×6 km with the original oil-in-place of 28 billion barrels (4.5×109 m3) and 10.2 billion barrels of recoverable oil (based on latest studies) ... since the start of operations at Aghajari till this date have been 8.8 bn barrels ... and oil extraction, so that current output is 180,000 barrels (29,000 m3) a day ...
213,543 acres (864.18 km2) Oil production wells 1114 Total capacity 25 billion barrels (4.0×109 m3) Produced 12 billion barrels (1.9×109 m3) as of March 28, 2013 ...
... reported to hold, in terms of a best estimate of reserves (oil in place), 3.9 billion barrels (620,000,000 m3) with potential for light oil and natural gas ... Tsimiroro is believed to be able to achieve at least 80,000 barrels (13,000 m3) to 100,000 barrels (16,000 m3) of oil output per day over 35–40 years ... First production was realised in March 2008, a year when a total 2,000 barrels (320 m3) were produced ...
... reports declare Kuwait's reserves to be about 100 billion barrels (1.6×1010 m3) ... reserves could be as low as around 24 billion barrels (3.8×109 m3) ... In the past few years, Kuwait has been producing just under one billion barrels per year, one percent of the official reserve figure ...
Famous quotes containing the words barrels and/or billion:
“What is the good of a man and he
Alone and alone, with a speckled shin?
I would that I drank with my love on my knee,
Between two barrels at the inn.
To-morrow night I will break down the door.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“SING a song of sistence
Pocket full of Eye
Two billion Turtle-doves
Mourning in a sty”
—Allen Tate (18991979)