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1 PGE 301 Energy, Engineering and the Environment Name ________________________ Test #1, February 27, 2013 UTEID ________________________ On the Answer sheet, please fill out: Last name, First name, Middle initial Your signature, Date, Instructor, PGE 301, Unique # 19220 Identification = UTEID Birthdate Test Form = A This test is closed book, closed notes, no cell phones, no programmable calculators. All questions worth 1 pt unless otherwise specified. Answer on the scantron sheet. For each question, choose the BEST answer. There is only 1 answer (a, b, c, d, e) for each question. Good luck! 1. Which is the proper ranking for fuels based on TOTAL US energy consumption for 2011, from highest to lowest? a. oil, natural gas, coal, renewables, nuclear b. oil, coal, natural gas, nuclear, renewables c. coal, natural gas, nuclear, renewables, oil d. nuclear, oil, coal, natural gas, renewables 2. Knowing the annual US Total energy consumption for 2011 and the fraction of that energy provided by oil, estimate the daily US oil consumption for 2011. a. 18.3 MMscf/day b. 45.8 MMbbls/day c. 16.5 MMbbls/day d. 10.1 MMbbls/day 3. We discussed the 2010 annual gas production from the Barnett Shale (the entire field, not a single well). What would this number be in BOE/day? 4. Translate the 2011 Texas gas production average rate into watts. 5. The top 4 oil producing regions/states does not include which one of the following?
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2 6. The top 4 gas producing states/regions does not include which one of the following? a. Alaska b. Wyoming c. Colorado d. North Dakota 7. Technically recoverable reserves are
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