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EV/2P Ratio Definition

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The EV/2P ratio is a ratio used to value oil and gas companies. It consists of the enterprise value (EV) divided by the proven and probable (2P) reserves. The enterprise value reflects the company’s total value. Proven and probable (2P) refers to energy reserves, such as oil, that are likely to be recovered.

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