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The Company's reserve base continues to be comprised of long-lived assets with a total reserves-to-production ratio of 14.
At the end of 2010 the reserves-to-production ratio was 26 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 country's score benefits from its proven oil reserves, and a region-topping oil reserves-to-production ratio (RPR).
McGill said, "The shelf life of today's natural gas reserves has also increased as the reserves-to-production ratio has grown from about nine years in 2001 to an estimated 11 years in 2006.
The country's reserves-to-production ratio is over 40 years inclusive of the present LNG production.
The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the oil and gas market where it denotes healthy gas output growth prospects in the industry, a particularly high gas reserves-to-production ratio (RPR), attractive licensing terms, fragile risk environment in the country, the low scores for refining capacity, oil and gas demand, likely refining capacity expansion, nominal GDP and population O http://marketpublishers.
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.