Estimated ultimate recovery

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Estimated ultimate recovery or Expected ultimate recovery (EUR) of a petroleum source is the sum of the proven reserves at a specific time and the cumulative production up to that time.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Morehouse, David F. (July 1997). "The Intricate Puzzle of Oil & Gas "Reserve Growth"". Natural Gas Monthly (Energy Information Administration). Retrieved 8 February 2012.