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Economic Analysis of Oil and Gas Engineering Operations

SECTION I: Facts about Crude Oil and Gas Industry: Oil and Gas Industry Overview: Crude Oil: Origin and Background: Composition and Types of Crude Oil and Composition of Natural Gas: Time Value of Money in Capital Expenditures: Depreciation and Depletion in Oil Projects: Annual Rate of Return (A.R.R.) & Payout Period (P.P.): Analysis of Alternatives, Selections, and Replacements: Feasibility Study: Model Solved ExamplesSECTION II.III: Mathematical Approaches: Risk and Decision Analysis in Oil Operations: Oil Reserves and Reserve EstimateSECTION III: Engineering Decisions through Economic Impact Analysis: Applications and Real World ExamplesSECTION III.II: Upstream Operations (Subsurface Operations): Exploration and Production (E&P): (E&P) Exploration, Drilling, and Oil Production—Part 1: (E&P) Exploration, Drilling, and Oil Production—Part 2SECTION III.III: Middle Stream Operations: “Surface Operations”: Principal Field Processing Operations and Field Facilities: Fluids Separation: Operations Handling Crude Oil: Treatment, Dehydration, and Desalting: Operations for Gas Handling (Conditioning), Treatment, and Separation of NGLSECTION III.IV: Downstream Operations: Petroleum Refining of Crude Oil Into Useful Products (Three Parts) and Oil and Gas Transportation (One Chapter): Crude Oil Refining—Part 1: Crude Oil Refining—Part 2: Crude Oil Refining—Part 3: Background on Modeling and Computer Applications: Oil and Gas TransportationAppendix A: Conversion FactorsAppendix B: Compound Interest FactorsBibliography

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