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Ralph E. Davis Associates LLC


Established in 1924, Ralph E. Davis Associates is one of the most respected international independent petroleum engineering firms. Ralph E. Davis performs petroleum engineering and geological studies, independently certifies reserve reports and prepares financial analyses and technical evaluations for use in litigation or regulatory hearings.

Editor's note: Updated Sept. 11, 2019.

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United States


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