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It also assumes the political incentive of the Middle East to invest and trade, as discussed in Section 3. 3 Shale oil The following table, taken from BP Briefing Paper 78/03, shows the location of estimated shale oil in place, whether deemed recoverable or not. 58 billion barrels in the UK. 3000±4000 (say 400±500 billion tonnes) This total is about six times the proven world reserves of conventional crude oil. However, less than 10% of this total is thought to be ultimately recoverable and probably only 2% could be won with present technology.

A wide variety of fracture methods has been tried, but the results have been disappointing in economic terms. As shown in Table 8, current estimates of shale oil production costs range from 815 to 830 per barrel of oil and no commercial impact can be expected until after 1985. According to BP, large scale recovery of shale oil is unlikely until after the feasible exploitation of heavy oils and tar sands, although local factors could affect the pattern. 5 billion, corresponding to $30,000 per daily barrel; b) an announcement last month by Standard Oil of California to construct a shale oil demonstration unit in 1982 if it received permits.

Deposits of heavy oil including tar sands are too viscous to be economically extracted on a large scale by present techniques. They exist principally in Venezuela (the Orinoco Heavy Oil Belt), Canada (Alberta), USA and USSR. e. rather more than for shale oils. Of these reserves, Venezuela is thought to contain approximately two thirds, while most of the balance is located in Alberta and USSR. The Athabasca deposit in Alberta underlies some 9000 square miles of territory, at depths from surface to about 1900 feet.

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