World Oil Supply Report Now Available

Monday, August 12, 2002
The World Oil Supply Report,a new study published by energy analysts Douglas-Westwood is now available. The World Oil Supply Report considers all existing and potential oil producing countries and forecasts their likely future oil reserve depletion, year and level of peak production. It includes all known and 'yet to find' oil reserves including onshore & offshore, deepwater and shallow water, and unconventional resources such as oil sands. The data is then combined to give a view on the limits to global oil production. The report defines the year in which oil supplies will be unable to continue to meet demand. Using four demand growth scenarios; zero, 1 percent, 2 percent and 3 percent, the report considers for each OPEC swing producer the likely year of peak production, its volume, and the resultant maximum production level for world oil supplies. The World Oil Supply Report contains detailed analysis essential for medium and long-term strategic planning by companies and governments. It contains 241 pages, 112 figures and 16 tables. It is published by energy analysts Douglas-Westwood and is part of a series used by over 200 organizations in 26 countries worldwide, from Alaska to Australia. Users include departments of government, banks and investment houses, oil majors, contractors, multinationals, etc.

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