Fossil Fuel Resource - Spatial object type

Definition: A spatial object defining an inferred or observable spatial extent of a resource that can be, or has been used as a source of fossil fuel energy. The most common fossil fuel types are coal, natural gas and crude oil.

Description: Solid fossil fuels are those non-renewable hydrocarbon energy resources that are naturally found in the solid state i.e. coals and peat. Hydrocarbons cover various types of natural gas and petroleum resources.

INSPIRE Data Theme: Energy Resources - [INSPIRE Data Theme Energy Resources]

INSPIRE Application schema: Energy Resources Vector - [INSPIRE Application schema Energy Resources Vector]

Subtype of: Vector Energy Resource


Attributes

Definition: The date the energy source was discovered.

Multiplicity: 1

Stereotypes: voidable

Valuetype: TM_Position

Definition: Type and amount of fossil fuel resources in a single spatial object.

Multiplicity: 1...*

Valuetype: FossilFuelResourceType

Definition: Date and time at which this version of the spatial object was superseded or retired in the spatial data set.

Multiplicity: 0...1

Stereotypes: lifeCycleInfo

Valuetype: DateTime

Definition: Date and time at which this version of the spatial object was inserted or changed in the spatial data set.

Multiplicity: 1

Stereotypes: lifeCycleInfo

Valuetype: DateTime

Definition: A reference classification scheme to classify and quantify energy resources.

Description: NOTE in most cases, only applicable to fossil fuels.

Multiplicity: 0...1

Valuetype: ClassificationAndQuantificationFrameworkValue

Definition: The exploitationPeriod defines the start and, if applicable, the end date of the application.

Description: NOTE For several reasons there might be more than 1 exploitation period

Multiplicity: 0...*

Stereotypes: voidable

Valuetype: ExploitationPeriodType

Definition: Geometric representation of spatial extent covered by this energy resource.

Multiplicity: 1

Valuetype: GM_Object

Definition: External object identifier of the spatial object.

Description: NOTE An external object identifier is a unique object identifier published by the responsible body, which may be used by external applications to reference the spatial object. The identifier is an identifier of the spatial object, not an identifier of the real-world phenomenon.

Multiplicity: 1

Valuetype: Identifier

Definition: Organisation responsible for reporting on the estimated and produced energy resources.

Multiplicity: 0...*

Stereotypes: voidable

Valuetype: RelatedParty

Definition: The name of the energy resource

Description: NOTE For fossil fuels this name is the official name, as it’s registered in the national register governed by geological survey or other national authority in charge.

Multiplicity: 0...*

Stereotypes: voidable

Valuetype: GeographicalName

Definition: Vertical dimensional property consisting of an absolute measure or range of measures referenced to a well-defined vertical reference level which is commonly taken as origin (ground level, mean sea level, etc.).

Description: In the case of subsurface resources the depth or depth range between the deepest (lower bound) and most shallow (upper bound) aspect of the deposit body, where the depth is true vertical depth below a chosen vertical reference level.

Multiplicity: 0...1

Stereotypes: voidable

Valuetype: VerticalExtentType



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