Conventional Oil & Gas Research

Conventional oil and natural gas production is generally defined as production by primary or secondary recovery methods involving extraction through wells, involving methods relying on natural pressure, physical lift, water flood, and water or natural gas pressure maintenance. Most of the oil & gas extracted throughout the world is obtained through these methods. Conventional sources of oil and natural gas are currently preferred because they provide a high ratio of extracted energy over energy used in extraction and refining processes.

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iQ Report

Three times a year Iradesso releases the iQ Report, which compares financial and operating results of junior and intermediate oil and gas companies with production between 500 and 100,000 boe/d.

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