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Main assumptions of oil and gas capacity quantitative forecast



Main assumptions of oil and gas capacity quantitative forecast



Pages 3-12 1988



Main assumptions of quantitative forecast are discussed: forecast object definition, construction of oil and gas accumulation models, definition of features of detected and forecast hydrocarbon fields distribution. These assumptions are used to plan geological survey operations in the region.

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