1995 National Oil and Gas
Assessment and Onshore Federal Lands
Donald L. Gautier, Gordon L. Dolton and Emil D. Attanasi
U. S. Geological Survey Open-File Report
Figure 1A. Incremental costs, in dollars per barrel, of finding, developing, and producing crude oil from undiscovered conventional oil fields and continuous-type oil accumulations in onshore Federal Lands of the United States. Solid line represents undiscovered conventional oil, and dashed line represents total of undiscovered conventional oil and oil in continuous-type accumulations.
Figure 1B. Incremental costs, in dollars per thousand cubic feet, of finding, developing, and producing undiscovered conventional gas in oil and gas fields and continuous-type oil and gas accumulations and coalbed gas accumulations in onshore Federal Lands of the United States. Solid line represents undiscovered conventional gas and dashed line represents total of gas in undiscovered conventional fields, continuos-type accumulations, and coalbed gas.
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