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02.09.09 20:26:11
Beitrag Nr. 1 ()…

- größte Ölfeld, was seit Jahren entdeckt wurde
- 3 Mdr Barrel Öl (eve. noch mehr möglich)
- 62% für BP
02.09.09 20:29:17
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.905.504 von SpringAxl am 02.09.09 20:26:11genau und wenn der ölpreis wieder bei 150$ steht heist es der schei* istnur noch für 15 jahre da:laugh::laugh:
02.09.09 20:36:27
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.905.521 von Peederwoogn2 am 02.09.09 20:29:1715 Jahre du bist optimistisch, ab nächste Woche brauchen wir wieder Pferdewagen, also ganz schnell das letzte Öl kaufen:eek::eek::eek::laugh:

02.09.09 20:50:58
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also andere finden auch felder mit milliarden barrel

siehe diese 2 im mai und august
Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd. (AIM: GKP), an independent oil and gas exploration
company, today provides a drilling update on the Shaikan-1 exploration well
operated by Gulf Keystone Petroleum International (50% GKP, 50% ETAMIC). The
well is located in the Shaikan Block, situated near the city of Dihok, in the
Kurdistan region of northern Iraq.
Drilling has now reached a depth of 1,710 meters and has encountered an oil
column in excess of 170 meters within the Sargelu, Alan and Mus formations. At
this stage, the Company believes this to be a single reservoir and hence an
extension of the same discovery announced on 6 Aug 2009.
As previously announced, the Alan and Mus formations were identified as the
primary oil bearing zones of interest for Shaikan-1, with total potential
volumes of oil-in-place in excess of 1.5 billion barrels. The open hole log
data, together with an extracted core from the new interval, confirm the
presence of a extensive fracture system, which appears to be oil saturated
throughout. Furthermore, no water has been encountered. This new data provides
Gulf Keystone with grounds for a revised range of oil-in-place volumes of
between 1.5 and 3.0 billion barrels for the oil encountered, thus far.
In the
field, the Company will continue to drill ahead to the next casing point
at approximately 2,500 metres, before subsequently reaching final target depth
at 3,200 to 3,500 metres, subject to well results.
Todd Kozel, Executive Chairman of Gulf Keystone, commented:
"We are greatly encouraged by the discovery of a second interval in what we
believe to be a single and significant reservoir within the Sargelu, Alan and
Mus formations. Even at this early stage, the commerciality of this discovery is
substantially strengthened by our upward revision of the oil-in-place estimate.
The Shaikan-1 is proving to be a value-transforming discovery for Gulf

Heritage Oil Limited (LSE: HOIL), an independent upstream exploration and production company, announces a major oil discovery in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and the completion of an initial test programme on the Miran West-1 well. The results are summarised below:

Miran West structure estimated oil-in-place of between 2.3 to 4.2 billion barrels

Recovery factor expected to be between 50% to 70% due to the highly fractured nature of the reservoirs

From the pressure data recorded during testing management estimates flow rates of between 10,000 to 15,000 bopd per well

Miran West-1 well has an estimated gross oil-bearing interval of 710 metres

Oil produced during testing was medium gravity (approximately 27 degree API),with low sulphur, a low gas-oil ratio and with no water

Miran West field development will be low cost and straightforward to fast-track

Potential for trucking production for sale by year-end 2009

Success of Miran West-1 has significantly lowered the exploration risk of the adjacent, similarly sized, Miran East structure
02.09.09 22:48:34
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.905.665 von Coxos am 02.09.09 20:50:58Vobei sich die erste dann auch gleich mal verfünffacht hat! So banal ist so ein Fund dann vielleicht doch nicht.
02.09.09 22:51:39
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.905.665 von Coxos am 02.09.09 20:50:58
"also andere finden auch felder mit milliarden barrel"

So ist es;) , die größte Entdeckung seit Jahren wäre es mit Sicherheit nicht. Habe gerade vorhin was zu einem Unternehmen gesehen, die, auf den Seychellen, auf Ihren Gebieten ein Potenzial von 23,5Mrd. Barrel vermuten. Leider nicht handelbar:laugh: &ich weiss auch nicht, wie alt das Dokument war(könnte theoretisch auch schon ziemlich alt sein).

04.09.09 13:42:51
Beitrag Nr. 7 ()
BP oil find may be "giant" but we'll wait and see…

war wohl nur ein kurzer Hype, BP fährt nun auch die Euphorie zurück und äußert sich zaghafter.
04.09.09 14:02:12
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.919.395 von SpringAxl am 04.09.09 13:42:51
Hi SpringAxl,

Habe übrigens am gleichen Tag einen Reuters Artikel gelesen, in dem festgehalten wurde, dass der Fund theoretisch, nach Recovery, Anteil am Feld etc., wahrs. BP´s Reserven oder Resourcen(bin mir da nicht mehr ganz sicher) so um die 4 -5% erhöhen würde -da sie schon bei guten 18Mrd. Barrel stehen.;)

Dazu kam noch, dass, schon, diese Prozentzahl der angenommenen Gewinnbarkeit von 30 -35% des Öls von Seiten der Analysten weitaus höher war, als einige andere, mit um die 20%, vermutet haben.

Summa Summarum/Fazit: Auch wenn das wahrs. ein großer Fund ist, der wohl auch seine, v.a. symbolische, Bedeutung für die Ölindustrie hat -er dürfte voraussichtlich nicht diiie großen Auswirkungen auf BP´s Gesamtperspektiven haben. Da kann man ja mal schnell einenanderen Eindruck bekommen.;)

05.09.09 16:36:53
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.905.504 von SpringAxl am 02.09.09 20:26:11Für BP ein beachtlicher Fund, für die Weltölreserven eher marginal. Den großen Trendbruch kann ich hierin nicht erkennen.

Laut der bekannten Aspo-Grafik der Funde und deren Prognose, ist für 2009 eine Fundmenge von ungefähr 6 MRD. barrel erwartet worden.
Im einen Jahr wird mal mehr, im anderen weniger gefunden, der Trend ist insgesamt eigentlich dennoch eindeutig:

Alles in allem kann man wohl sagen: ein großer Schritt (Fund) für BP ein kleiner für die Menschheit.
05.09.09 16:40:56
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Hat jemand mal die Fundmengen von 2006 bis 2009 zur Hand?

05.09.09 17:18:00
Beitrag Nr. 11 ()
BP's oil find is big, but miles out and down
Petrobras, ConocoPhillips also stakeholders in field
By BRETT CLANTON Copyright 2009 Houston Chronicle
Sept. 2, 2009, 10:57PM
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Graphic: Where the oil was discovered

A major new oil discovery by BP in the Gulf of Mexico underscores the potential of a highly touted deep-water area where other oil companies also scored big in recent years, but the task of producing the crude has just begun.

The London-based oil company announced Wednesday that its Tiber prospect, in Keathley Canyon about 250 miles southeast of Houston, may contain more than 3 billion barrels of oil.

That would make it among the biggest discoveries ever in the Gulf of Mexico and the latest big find in an ancient rock bed called the Lower Tertiary trend, which runs miles below the seafloor in an outer rim of the U.S. Gulf between Texas and Louisiana.

But experts said it could be a decade or more before BP begins pumping oil from the field, given the technical hurdles and huge costs involved with operating in the harsh environment.

“I would say 2020 would be a good target,” said Matt Pickard, analyst with Quest Offshore Resources, a Sugar Land company that studies deep-water oil discoveries.

The same may be true for other high-profile Lower Tertiary discoveries in recent years, including Chevron Corp.'s Jack field. Three years ago at Jack, an industry-first well test confirmed that the trend contains a vast quantity of oil and that it can be brought to the surface.

Last month, San Ramon, Calif.-based Chevron began a contract to use a new high-tech drilling vessel owned by Switzerland-based Transocean for additional exploration in Jack and other fields.

BP will need to drill additional wells to determine the size of Tiber and how to develop it, company officials said.

But on Wednesday, the company focused more on touting the “giant” oil discovery, as well the 35,055-foot depth of the Tiber well, one of the deepest ever.
‘A matter of cost'

In recent years, improved drilling and production technology has enabled oil and gas companies to unlock resources in dense formations or remote locations once considered out of reach.

Yet the Lower Tertiary trend has posed new challenges because of the high temperatures and pressures downhole, extreme well depths and low oil viscosity, said Adam Anderson, vice president of marketing at Houston oil field services giant Baker Hughes, which is working with oil companies on solutions to the problems presented by the Lower Tertiary.

“Certainly, we could develop these fields; it's just a matter of cost,” Anderson said, pegging current outlays at $250 million per well to produce a scant 5,000 barrels of oil per day. “It challenges the economic models these guys are using.”

BP is the largest producer of oil and gas in the Gulf of Mexico, with net production more than 400,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day, and is the largest acreage holder in the Lower Tertiary trend.

Other leaseholders in the region include Chevron, Irving-based Exxon Mobil Corp., Devon Energy of Oklahoma City and Anadarko Petroleum Corp. in The Woodlands.

BP's Tiber prospect appears to be on par with the size of the company's Kaskida field, another Lower Tertiary find estimated to hold more than 3 billion barrels of oil, BP spokesman Daren Beaudo said. BP has a 62 percent stake in Tiber. Brazil's Petrobras and Houston's ConocoPhillips are minority partners.

But Pickard said the amount of recoverable oil can be far lower than initial estimates from a discovery suggest. Additional drilling will yield more data, he said.
Tests coming soon

The first two production projects in the Lower Tertiary — at Shell's Perdido development, expected late this year, and Petrobras' Cascade and Chinook fields, next year — will be good test cases, said Lars Herbst, regional director of the Gulf of Mexico region for the U.S. Minerals Management Service, the Federal agency that manages the nation's natural gas, oil and other mineral resources on the outer continental shelf.

“We think those will be critical to watch to see how the reservoirs perform, and that they do perform up to what has been touted,” Herbst said.

Yet BP's discovery alone is noteworthy, Pickard said, especially since the oil and gas industry has pronounced the Gulf of Mexico dead more than once.

“If nothing else,” he said, “it shows there's still the potential for quite a bit of oil production in the Gulf of Mexico.”
05.09.09 17:39:00
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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 37.925.971 von Coxos am 05.09.09 17:18:00"“I would say 2020 would be a good target,” "

Oh Mann. :laugh:

Bis dahin könnten wir schon längst ne ölmangelinduzierte Weltwirtschaftskrise haben.

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