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A Suggestion for SEEA classifications of energy resources. Ole Gravgård Pedersen Statistics Denmark Sejrøgade 11 DK 2100 Ø +45 3917 3488 [email protected] Two dimensions relevant for SEEA : Classification by type of energy ressource: Coal, oil, gas, etc. SEEA 2003 :

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a suggestion for seea classifications of energy resources

A Suggestion for SEEA classifications of energy resources

Ole Gravgård Pedersen

Statistics Denmark

Sejrøgade 11

DK 2100 Ø

+45 3917 3488

[email protected]

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Two dimensions relevant for SEEA:

  • Classification by type of energy ressource: Coal, oil, gas, etc.
  • SEEA 2003:
  • EA.1 Natural resources
  • EA.11 Mineral and energy resources EA.111 Fossil fuels
  • EA.112 Metallic minerals
  • EA.113 Non-metallic minerals
  • EA.12 Soil resources
  • EA.13 Water resources
  • EA.14 Biological resources
  • 2) Classification by ”quality”/uncertainty:
  • SEEA 2003: Reference to proven, probable and possible reserves (McKelvey type classification)

SNA 2008: 12.17 …sub-soil assets are defined as those proven subsoil resources … that are economically exploitable, given current technology and relative prices.

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Classification by type of energy ressource:

New breakdown of EA.11 Mineral and energy - focusing on energy

Alignment with the MFA/product classification?

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Classification by asset characteristics

New SEEA classification based on /aligned with the UNFC classification

  • UNFC:United Nations Framework Classification for Fossil
  • Energy and Mineral Resources
  • Endorsed by the UN Economic Commission for Europe,
  • Recommended for worldwide application by the United Nations
  • Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) (Resolution 2004/233)
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UNFC

Economic and commercial viability (E)

Reflects whether or not there are hindrances to extraction in

the social and economic domain.

Geological knowledge (G)

Reflects the uncertainty in the estimates.

Field project status and feasibility (F)

Ranges from early exploration and research projects, to development, production and abandonment projects.

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Criteria for incorporating UNFC in SEEA:

Use the highest level possible,

i.e. no more details than needed

  • Main questions:
    • What is the total ressource?
    • How much is recoverable?
    • What is the best estimate of future extraction?
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A. Best estimate of reservesThe experts’ best bid on what will be extracted in the future (50 per cent probability of extraction ?)B. Other reservesStill recoverable, but lower probability of extraction (Based on high bid – 10 per cent probability of extraction ?)C. Other resources

Suggested SEEA classification

Should hypothetical resources (G4) be left out ?

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Mapping of resource classifications

SPE: Society of Petroleum Engineers

CRIRSCO: Committee for Mineral Reserves International Reporting Standards

IAEA/IEA: International Atomic Energy Agency/International Energy Agency).

UNFC: United Nations Framework Classification for Fossil Energy and Mineral Resources

RAR: Reasonable Assured Resources.

EAR: Estimated Additional Resources.

*The part included in A. Best estimate of reserves is those for which suggested extraction costs are lower than US$ 80 per Kg U (1 January 2005).

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Next steps:

- Continue cooperation with the UNFC aiming at complete integration

- The UNECE Group of Experts on Harmonization of Fossil Energy and Mineral Resources Terminology (AHGE) is currently working on further harmonizaton of the terminology and a high level version of the UNFC that is largely commodity independent.

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