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Fact Sheet 2015–3015

National and Global Petroleum Assessment Project

Assessment of Undiscovered Conventional and Continuous Oil and Gas Resources of the Baltic Depression Province, 2014

By Michael E. Brownfield, Christopher J. Schenk, Ronald R. Charpentier, Timothy R. Klett, Janet K. Pitman, Marilyn E. Tennyson, Stephanie B. Gaswirth, Tracey J. Mercier, Phuong A. Le, and Heidi M. Leathers

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The U.S. Geological Survey estimated mean volumes of undiscovered, technically recoverable resources of 282 million barrels of conventional oil, 576 billion cubic feet of conventional gas, 1.3 billion barrels of continuous oil, and 4.6 trillion cubic feet of shale gas in the Baltic Depression Province.

First posted April 3, 2015

For additional information contact:
Director, Central Energy Resources Science Center
U.S. Geological Survey
Box 25046, MS-939
Denver Federal Center
Denver, CO 80225-0046

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Brownfield, M.E., Schenk, C.J., Charpentier, R.R., Klett, T.R., Pitman, J.K., Tennyson, M.E., Gaswirth, S.B., Mercier, T.J., Le, P.A., and Leathers, H.M., 2015, Assessment of undiscovered conventional and continuous oil and gas resources of the Baltic Depression Province, 2014: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2015–3015, 2 p.,

ISSN 2327-6916 (print)

ISSN 2327-6932 (online)



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