Contingent and Prospective Resources, challenges in SPE PRMS Classification

RISC Principal Advisor Antony Corrie-Keilig chaired and presented at the SPE Applied Technical Workshop in Kuala Lumpur last week, which explored the latest key developments in resource estimation, definition and production forecasting.

Antony’s presentation “Contingent and Prospective Resources, challenges in SPE PRMS Classification” discussed the complexity and uncertainty in classifying resources and used examples where the application of the PRMS requires lateral thinking and judgement.

To view his well received presentation please click here.

Author: Antony Corrie-Keilig

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