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Conclusively, G4, G3, G2 and G1 UNFC-volumes may correspond the Best Estimates of prospective (undiscovered) resources, the discovered unapprised resources, the undeveloped resources, and the resources of the producing projects (see Fig. 4). (...) The High, Moderate and Low Confidence categorization scheme can be applied to Prospective Resources because the scenario-based estimations for the Low, Best, High is normally completed – exactly the same way as it is done for discovered resources. (...) The cash-flow evaluation (similarly to non-prospective projects) is based on assumption of revenues, capital expenditures and costs, and the discount rate.
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Score: 1341302.3 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...NFC%20PRSG_Imre%20Szilagyi.pdf
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Page 2 National legislation - DOALOS/OLA - United Nations asdf Article 3 The activities referred to in the second paragraph of the preceding article shall be carried out in the following stages: (l) Prospecting, which shall consist of reconnaissance of the surface of the entire subsoil of the sea-bed of the territorial sea and continental shelf with a view to ascertaining its geo-mineral characteristics; (2) Prospecting, similar to the foregoing but in a delimited zone, which shall be permitted on a non-exclusive basis; (3) Surveying on an exclusive basis in a zone of predetermined topography and size, which shall consist of all operations, including mechanical drilling, undertaken with a view to discovering deposits; (4) Production on an exclusive basis in the area covered by the survey licence with a view to exploiting the deposits discovered. (...) Stage (2) shall not be mandatory and may be authorized either before, or at the same time as stages (3) and (4); stage (3) shall be mandatory before proceeding to the production stage (4). ... Article 9 ... prospecting licences shall be issued to applicant Italian citizens or enterprises and to companies that have their head offices in Italy, and to individuals and corporate bodies having the nationality of States that permit Italian citizens, enterprises and companies to survey for and produce oil and gas in their territorial waters and continental shelf, and which have the technical and financial capacity required to undertake the prospecting operations. Article l0 ... Prospecting licences shall be non-exclusive. ... Article l3 Prospecting licences shall not be transferable inter vivos. ...
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Score: 1329246.3 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...TIES/PDFFILES/ITA_1967_Act.pdf
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The Horizontal axis is divided into two major classes according to the status of discovery: Reserves (discovered) and Resources (undiscovered). According to the status of the asset and the geological reliability, the Reserves is sub-divided further into three categories: Inferred, Indicated and Measured; Resources is sub-divided further into two categories: Prospective and Unmapped. (...) It can be categorized as Prospective RR and Unmapped RR, for which the recovery factors are estimated by the empirical analogy method.  Prospective RR: refers to the recoverable oil and gas quantities from the Prospective PIIP.  Unmapped RR: refers to the recoverable oil and gas quantities from the Unmapped PIIP. 17. (...) Additional Quantities in Place 11 Measured, Indicated and Inferred UQs Exploration Projects Prospect 8 Prospective RR Lead 9 Play 10 Unmapped RR Additional Quantities in Place 11 Prospective and Unmapped UQs Produced Not Sold 12 Figure 5: Mapping of the E-F Matrix to GB/T 19492 -2004.
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Score: 1316462.5 - https://unece.org/DAM/energy/s...GBT_19492_-2004_and_UNFC-e.pdf
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Democratic Republic of the Congo: Improving the prospects for local peace through the Dimitra Clubs Discover About FAO In action Media Main topics Resources Member countries Get involved English العربية 中文 Français Русский Español Share × Close FAO emergencies and resilience Our focus  Crises Partnerships Resource repository  News Publications Videos Audio Photo collection Democratic Republic of the Congo: Improving the prospects for local peace through the Dimitra Clubs As part of a joint programme between the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP), FAO implemented the Dimitra Clubs, a gender-transformative approach aimed at improving rural livelihoods and gender equality through collective action and self-help. The Dimitra Clubs contributed to improving social cohesion and prospects for local peace in the Tanganyika Province in DR Congo.
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Score: 1280992.2 - https://www.fao.org/emergencie...e-through-the-dimitra-clubs/en
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Article 3 Any person discovering a maritime cultural asset shall leave it in situ and shall not cause damage to it. (...) Article 8 Excavations, drilling, prospecting and the removal of assets or samples shall be carried out under the effective direction of the person applying for and receiving the authorization referred to in article 7. (...) The same penalties shall apply to any person making a false declaration to the public authority regarding the place and composition of the deposit where the object reported was discovered. Article 15 Any person conducting prospecting, drilling, sampling or excavations of maritime cultural assets or affecting the removal of such assets or of samples from them in violation of the provisions of articles 3, (para. 1), 7 and 8 of the present Act shall be liable to a fine of from 1,000 francs to 50,000 francs.
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Score: 1268026.9 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...TIES/PDFFILES/FRA_1989_Act.pdf
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Global crop prospects benign, but hunger intensifies in areas suffering from conflict Discover About FAO In action Media Main topics Resources Member countries Get involved English العربية 中文 Français Русский Español Italiano About FAO Loading... (...) Share × Close Global crop prospects benign, but hunger intensifies in areas suffering from conflict Food security worsens further in Southern Africa due to drought Drying corn on the hood of the family truck in Manyandzeni Village, Swaziland. (...) Drought associated with El Nino has "sharply reduced" 2016 crop production prospects in Southern Africa, while expectations for the harvest in Morocco and Algeria have been lowered due to dry conditions.
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Score: 1225184.8 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...eas-suffering-from-conflict/en
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Extraction and sale has not yet been confirmed to be economic but, on the basis of realistic assumptions of future market conditions, there are reasonable prospects for economic extraction in the foreseeable future. (...) A Geological Study is generally carried out in the following four main stages: reconnaissance, prospecting, general exploration and detailed exploration (as defined below). (...) (i) Quantities associated with “Sub-marginal” Contingent Resources projects are in a discovered accumulati
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Score: 1223089.8 - https://unece.org/sites/defaul...ext%20Word%20-%207%20May_0.pdf
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Decision on Applications for Admission of Additional Evidence on Appeal Case: IT-98-33-A IN THE APPEALS CHAMBER Before: Judge Theodor Meron, Presiding Judge Fausto Pocar Judge Wolfgang Schomburg Judge Mohamed Shahabuddeen Judge Mehmet Güney Registrar: Mr Hans Holthuis Decision of: 5 August 2003 PROSECUTOR v Radislav KRSTIC __________________________________ DECISION ON APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION OF ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE ON APPEAL __________________________________ Counsel for the Prosecutor : Mr Norman Farrell Counsel for the Accused : Mr Nenad Petrusic Mr Norman Sepenuk   THE APPEALS CHAMBER of the International Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the former Yugoslavia since 1991, BEING SEISED OF a “Rule 115 Defence Motion to Present Additional Evidence” filed by Radislav Krstic on 10 January 2003 and a “Supplemental Rule 115 Defence Motion to Present Additional Evidence” filed on 20 January; 1 NOTING that, on 27 January 2003, Krstic filed confidentially a “Defence Addendum to Rule 115 Motion with Request for Authorization to Exceed the Page Limit in the Rule 115 Motion” in which he addressed the issue of availability of the evidence put forward by him as additional evidence; 2 NOTING the Prosecution’s “Response to Defence Motions for Admission of Additional Evidence under Rule 115” filed on 31 January 2003, in which it submitted that none of the evidence presented by the Defence is admissible pursuant to Rule 115; 3 NOTING that, on 12 February 2003, the Defence filed confidentially its “Defence Reply to the Prosecution’s Response to Defence Motions for Admission of Additional Evidence under Rule 115”; 4 NOTING that, on 26 February 2003, the Defence notified the Appeals Chamber orally that one piece of evidence annexed to the “Rule 115 Defence Motion to Present Additional Evidence”, Tab 26, had been available at trial and that it had been put forward not as additional evidence on appeal, but in order to put Tabs 27 and 27A in their proper context; 5 CONSIDERING that, in order to have additional evidence admitted on appeal, the party submitting such evidence is required primarily to establish that the evidence itself “was not available at trial” in any form 6 and that it could not have been discovered through the exercise of due diligence, 7 which means that the party seeking its admission must show ( inter alia ) that it made use of “all mechanisms of protection and compulsion available under the Statute and the Rules of the International Tribunal to bring evidence on behalf of an accused before the Trial Chamber,” 8 CONSIDERING that counsel must bring any difficulties in relation to obtaining evidence, including those arising from intimidation or inability to locate witnesses, to the attention of the Trial Chamber; 9 CONSIDERING that this obligation to report to the Trial Chamber is intended not only as a first step in exercising due diligence but also as a means of self -protection, in that a contemporaneous record then exists that the cooperation of the prospective witness had not been obtained; 10 CONSIDERING that such a report to the Trial Chamber does not by itself satisfy the obligation of due diligence as the party must also seek relief from the Trial Chamber by which the uncooperative prospective witness may be compelled to cooperate; 11 CONSIDERING that, to be admissible pursuant to Rule 115, evidence which was not available at trial and could not have been discovered through the exercise of due diligence must be relevant to a material issue and credible and such that it could have had an impact on the verdict i.e ., could have shown, in the case of a request by a defendant, that a conviction was unsafe; 12 CONSIDERING that, if the evidence was available at trial or could have been discovered through the exercise of due diligence, the moving party will be required to undertake the additional burden of establishing that the exclusion of the additional evidence would lead to a miscarriage of justice, in that if it had been available at the trial it would have affected the verdict; 13 CONSIDERING that the significance of the additional evidence must be considered in the context of the evidence which was given at the trial and not in isolation; 14 CONSIDERING that the Appeals Chamber is satisfied that the following evidence was not available at trial, that it could not have been discovered through the exercise of due diligence, that it is relevant to a material issue and credible and that it could have had an impact on the verdict: Tabs 1, 2, 3 and 5 in the Annex to the “Rule 115 Defence Motion to Present Additional Evidence”; 15 CONSIDERING that the Appeals Chamber is satisfied that the following evidence should therefore be admitted pursuant to Rule 115: Tabs 1, 2, 3 and 5 in the Annex to the “Rule 115 Defence Motion to Present Additional Evidence”; CONSIDERING that the remainder of the evidence put forward by the Defence in its Motion does not meet the requirements of Rule 115 and therefore will not be admitted as additional evidence on appeal; CONSIDERING that the Prosecution will be permitted to offer evidence in rebuttal of the material admitted as additional evidence and that a Scheduling Order will be made for the future conduct of the Motion pursuant to Rule 115; ORDERS that the evidence contained in Tabs 1, 2, 3 and 5 in the Annex to the “Rule 115 Defence Motion to Present Additional Evidence” be admitted as additional evidence on appeal pursuant to Rule 115.
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Score: 1200260.7 - https://www.icty.org/x/cases/krstic/acdec/en/030805.htm
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"Accounting livestock water productivity: How and why?". Discover the new FAO Land & Water Discussion Paper!  (...) More than one fourth of the global population lives in countries experiencing high water stress, and the prospect of facing severe water scarcity at least one month a year is still a major challenge for many people worldwide. (...) While the paper reveals opportunities for methodology development, it also discovers that the water productivity approach presents key opportunities to shape strategies for sustainable water management and nutrition-sensitive agricultural practices at producer level.
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Score: 1199859.9 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...ive/news-details/ar/c/1376595/
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"Accounting livestock water productivity: How and why?". Discover the new FAO Land & Water Discussion Paper!  (...) More than one fourth of the global population lives in countries experiencing high water stress, and the prospect of facing severe water scarcity at least one month a year is still a major challenge for many people worldwide. (...) While the paper reveals opportunities for methodology development, it also discovers that the water productivity approach presents key opportunities to shape strategies for sustainable water management and nutrition-sensitive agricultural practices at producer level.
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Score: 1199859.9 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...hive/news-detail/en/c/1376595/
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