prospectiveness

prospectiveness

(prəˈspɛktɪvnəs)
n
the quality of being prospective
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My view of what is correct to say at this stage is that the prospectiveness is high.
Acknowledgment implies a low level of prospectiveness.
1) doesn't speak to the prospectiveness of the area at large," says Chevron's Cook.
This is the second highest value gold intercept drilled at the Penasquito property and highlights the prospectiveness of the entire Outcrop breccia area.
Brigham currently plans to spud an exploratory test of the estimated 1,000 acre Mariposa structure late in the first quarter of 2000, and the Company believes that its Home Run Field discovery has significantly enhanced the prospectiveness of this large structural closure.
Leighton Steward, LL&E's Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President stated, "The prospectiveness of Block 405 has been reconfirmed with this discovery of yet another separate hydrocarbon accumulation.