Monte Carlo Simulation Program from the World Petroleum Assessment 2000, DDS-60 (Emc2.xls)

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Monte Carlo programs described in chapter MC, Monte Carlo Simulation Method. Emc2.xls was the program used to calculate the estimates of undiscovered resources for the World Petroleum Assessment 2000. The emcee.xls program is a more generalized version of the program, with options for different distribution types. Directions for the use of both programs are fully documented in chapter MC.

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Metadata Date April 19, 2004
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