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Title: Potential Gas Committee- Trends, Methods, Validity
Author: Harry C. Kent
Source: American Gas Association 1980
Year Published: 1980
Abstract: Since the early 1960s the Potential Gas Committee (FGC) has been preparing periodic estimates of the potential resources of natural gas in the United States. It is the purpose of this presentation to describe to you the methodology by which these estimates are made, point out certain trends revealed in the data and access the consistency and validity of these estimates. The Potential Gas Committee is an independent, industry-government academic committee of about 125 members. It is organized for the purpose of preparation of periodic evaluations of the remaining undiscovered resource potential of natural gas in the United States.