Some articles on oil, proven oil reserves, reserves, oils:
... Mexico produces three grades of crude oil heavy Maya-22 (accounting for more than half of the total production) light, low-sulfur Isthmus-34 (28% of production) and extra-light ... At the beginning of 2002 Mexico had the second largest proven oil reserves in the Western Hemisphere with 30.8 billion barrels (4.90×10^9 m3) ... However, according to Pemex, Mexico’s reserves/production ratio fell from 20 years in 2002 to 10 years in 2006, and Mexico had only 12.4 billion barrels (1.97×10^9 m3) of proven oil reserves ...
... This a list of countries by proven oil reserves ... Proved reserves are those quantities of petroleum which, by analysis of geological and engineering data, can be estimated with a high degree of confidence to be ... Different sources (OPEC, CIA World Factbook, oil companies) give different figures and there are different types of oil, ranging from cheap and easy to recover oils to shale oil or oil sands, which are very ...
... Iraq holds the world's second-largest proven oil reserves, with increasing exploration expected to enlarge them beyond 200 billion barrels (3.2×1010 m3) of "high-grade crude ... of Energy, Iraq contains 112 billion barrels (1.78×1010 m3) of proven oil reserves, along with roughly 220 billion barrels (3.5×1010 m3) of probable and possible resources ... For comparison, Saudi Arabia—the largest source of oil in the world—has 260 billion barrels (4.1×1010 m3) of proven oil reserves ...
Famous quotes containing the words reserves, proven and/or oil:
“...I want to see a film, they send the Israeli army reserves to escort me! What kind of life is this?”
—Golda Meir (18981978)
“For a man who loves power, competition from the gods is annoying. I have done away with that. I have proven to these illusory gods that a man, if he has the will, can practice, without any apprenticeship, their ridiculous trade.”
—Albert Camus (19131960)
“Mr. Chadband is a large yellow man, with a fat smile, and a general appearance of having a good deal of train oil in his system.”
—Charles Dickens (18121870)