R/P

(redirected from Reserves-to-Production Ratio)
AcronymDefinition
R/PRole Playing
R/PResearch Platform
R/PReserves-to-Production Ratio (fossil fuels usage forecaster)
R/PRecurrence or Persistence (radiotherapy)
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At end-2010, KMG EP's reserves-to-production ratio was 26 years.
* Estimated Q3 2015 production of approximately 70 MMcfe/d, yielding proved reserves-to-production ratio of 16.4 years.
The AP Moller-Maersk unit has reserves corresponding to 4.6 years of production, below an average of 5-10 years for Maersk Oil's peers, which include Hess, Nexen and Marathon Oil.The reserves-to-production ratio shows how long a company can produce the oil it has before it runs out.
Bashneft said that the increase in proved oil reserves implies a 123.4% reserve replacement ratio and reserve life (or reserves-to-production ratio) of 18.3 years.
Based on the Reserves-to-production ratio index, the UAE will be the prominent source of oil for the world with oil reserves that would last for the next 94 years.
The reserves-to-production ratio at the end of 2009 was 26 years.
It adds that the country's score benefits from its proven oil reserves and a region-topping oil reserves-to-production ratio (RPR).
The country's score benefits from its proven oil reserves, and a region-topping oil reserves-to-production ratio (RPR).
The country's reserves-to-production ratio is over 40 years inclusive of the present LNG production.
In no sense did a reserves-to-production ratio of 8.4 years in 1970 imply that production could be held constant at the 1970 rate.
At the end of 2010, KMG EP's reserves-to-production ratio was 26 years.
Based on the Reserves-to-production ratio index, UAE will be the prominent source of oil for the world with oil reserves that would last for the next 94 years.