Recoverable Tar Sand Resources of the World*, Table

Recoverable Tar Sand Resources of the World*, Table

Table

region recoverable resources

United States 4.3
Canada 265.5
South America 0.9
Western Europe 0.0
Eastern Europe 0.1
Russia 76.2
Transcaucasia and Central Asia 2.0
Africa 4.0
Asia 0.0
China 1.0
Total world 354.0

*In billion barrels, assuming a 10 percent recovery factor;
figures adapted from U.S. Geological Survey, Oil & Gas
Journal, and American Association of Petroleum Geologists.

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Universalium. 2010.

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