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By Trond Døskeland (auth.), Endre Bjørndal, Mette Bjørndal, Panos M. Pardalos, Mikael Rönnqvist (eds.)

The e-book comprises a set of articles (survey and learn) describing the world of strength, usual assets and environmental economics. The contents of the booklet is split into 4 sections. the 1st half considers petroleum and normal gasoline purposes, taking on themes starting from the administration of earning and reserves to marketplace modeling and price chain optimization. the second one and such a lot large half stories functions from electrical energy markets, together with analyses of marked costs, possibility administration, a number of optimization difficulties, electrical energy marketplace layout and rules. The 3rd half describes assorted functions in logistics and administration of average assets. eventually, the fourth half covers extra basic difficulties and techniques coming up in the sector. the amount includes many examples from Nordic nations the place there's wisdom and adventure in handling normal resources.

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Private ownership in the licences is important for the state because it establishes incentives to maximise value creation. Replacing ownership with other types of incentives is difficult, which presents a major challenge to producer countries where the government will not allow foreign companies to own petroleum resources for one reason or another. Ownership provides long-term incentives, where the companies wish to maximise value throughout the life cycle of the field. At the same time, achieving homogenous ownership composition in licences across field areas with reservoir contact (unitisation) is important in order to avoid sub-optimisation.

1007/978-3-642-12067-1 2, c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010 19 20 P. Osmundsen to the reserve replacement rate (RRR) of oil companies. We see constant references, for instance, to basic valuation methods in which the value of an oil company is equated with reserves in different countries multiplied by an estimated value per barrel of oil equivalent (boe) in each country of production. For these figures to be meaningful, however, one must operate with expected rather than booked reserves.

We see constant references, for instance, to basic valuation methods in which the value of an oil company is equated with reserves in different countries multiplied by an estimated value per barrel of oil equivalent (boe) in each country of production. For these figures to be meaningful, however, one must operate with expected rather than booked reserves. Private ownership in the licences is important for the state because it establishes incentives to maximise value creation. Replacing ownership with other types of incentives is difficult, which presents a major challenge to producer countries where the government will not allow foreign companies to own petroleum resources for one reason or another.

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