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SUPPLY / DEMAND STUDIES

NAGSA is at the leading edge in understanding the global supply and demand of hydrocarbons.

Oil is essential, because it plays a role in all the physical exchanges inherent to every economic and human activity. NAGSA views the demand for the work performed by oil, as has been proven by historic studies of transport miles during economic slow-downs, as inelastic-growing.

The physical differences in hydrocarbon deposits yield different technical challenges in development,extraction, and the effort required per BTU recovered.

This complex interrelationship is not generally understood by most analysts and regulators, with the consequence that public information available to investors is simpliļ¬ed and one-dimensional.This misunderstanding creates incipient
perceptions; an example of such would be that vast unconventional resources are destined to drive down the cost of oil or make the U.S.energy independent.

Oil forecasts vary greatly, with inconsistencies mostly coming from the price assumption in the forecast and how the forecasters correlate resource volumes to production rates

DURING THE PAST DECADE OR TWO,TECHNICAL ADVANCES IN OIL EXTRACTION HAVE DONE MORE TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF RECOVERABLE OIL THAN TO REDUCE COST.WE PROVIDE YOU WITH INFORMATION AND FEASIBILITY STUDIES TO DO BOTH!