United States: U.S. reserves ///

Total US crude proved reserves grew by 401 million bbl to 22.4 billion bbl – a 1.8% increase over the 2000 through 2001 period – the most recent years for which this data is available. New reserves exceeded the 1.92 billion bbl of crude produced in 2001 by 21%, with most coming from the deepwater Gulf of Mexico and Alaska, two frontier areas. Total US proved dry gas reserves in 2001 increased by 3.4% to 183.5 Tcf and surpassed production by 31%.

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