oil geologist

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a specialist in petroleum geology

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From the CEO down to an oil geologist in the field, automakers have fleets of vehicles ready to sell, especially to the nearly autonomous state-run oil companies.
And in 1943 the Standard Oil geologist Wallace Pratt calculated that the world would ultimately produce 600 billion barrels of oil.
In 1956, when American oil production was riding high, a leading oil geologist named Dr.
Employed as an oil geologist in Burma in 1923, he went on to be appointed the first professor of geology and geography at the University of Rangoon.
Before I went to work as an oil geologist, searching in ancient buried deltas for the hidden treasures of black gold, in a wonderful and intoxicating profession that engages the imagination as well as one's scientific knowledge and ability, I hunted deer in the Texas hill country, not far at all from Crawford.
Amid this '"triple mutation," Phillips finds oil geologists and executives, currency watchers, climatologists, and evangelicals all holding "stopwatches ticking toward crises or great events." He never has seen anything like the "multiplicity of reasonably serious calculations and warnings."
According, then, to many of the world's most prestigious (independent) oil geologists and institutions, not only is the era of cheap oil now almost certainly at an end, but by the end of this decade--and likely before--the price of a barrel of oil will rise well past $100, and will continue to climb quickly and inexorably thereafter.