To look over; to explore or examine for something; as, to prospect a district for gold.
To make a search; to seek; to explore, as for mines or the like; as, to prospect for gold.
Generally a donor; may also be a record of information of persons related to donors and donations (solicitors, contacts, groups, corporations, families, etc.). The term may also be used as shorthand to refer to PledgeMaker records (Prospect Information).
A potential hydrocarbon trap which has been confirmed by geological and geophysical studies to warrant the drilling of an exploration well.
A lease or group of leases on which an operator intends to drill.
an area of land with insufficient data available on the mineralisation to determine if it is economically recoverable, but warranting further investigation. development of additional reserves; depletion of existing reserves through production; actual mining experience; and price forecasts.
A specified location or an area targeted for leasing and drilling.
A potential buyer of an insurance policy or program.
A person who the consultant has identified as a potential customer, or potential new consultant - See Applicant
An alumnus/a or friend of Eastern Michigan University with the potential to make a charitable gift.
explore for useful or valuable things or substances, such as minerals
a friend you haven't met yet
a geologist's idea of a petroleum filled trap which is documented in some manner by interpreted geologic data
a qualified person or business that has the potential to buy your product or service
to explore, especially for mineral deposits.
A mineral deposit with insufficient data available on mineralisation to determine if it is economically recoverable, but warranting further investigation.
A potential new customer who can be approached for buying an insurance policy.
The hypothesis that a naturally occurring, commercially exploitable accumulation of oil or gas exists, at a clearly defined underground location. One or more geologic maps describe it. A single well should be sufficient to test the hypothesis. Surface area of a prospect could range from a ten-acre tract enough for a single well, to a tract covering many square miles and requiring dozens of wells to fully develop its reserves.
mineral occurrence with the potential for an economic deposit.
A promising area where exploratory wells could be drilled.
A potential buyer for a product or service who has yet to make a purchase
A potential buyer or customer.
A potential buyer for insurance.
A geological or geophysical anomaly that has been surveyed and defined, usually by seismic data, to the degree that its configuration is fairly well established, and on which further exploration such as drilling can be recommended.
A geographical area that exploration has shown contains sedimentary rocks and structures favorable for the presence of crude oil or natural gas.
A person whose name is on a mailing list considered to be a potential buyer for a given product or service, but who has not previously made such a purchase.
1) To investigate land for valuable mineral deposits. 2) A potential buyer.
n., V.t. n. any potential donor whose linkages, giving ability, and interests have been confirmed. V.t. to identify (a prospect).
A mining property, the value of which has not been determined by exploration.
A potential buyer of a product or service.
A person on a list who is considered to be a potential buyer but who has not made a purchase yet.
An area designated for the potential drilling of development or exploratory wells.
Any entity (person or non-person) that has been identified with the potential to provide major-gift level support (current or future) to the University of Idaho. They must also indicate philanthropic interest in the UI.
A potential customer or recruit.
A specific geographic area which, based on supporting geological, geophysical or other data and also preliminary economic analysis using reasonably anticipated prices and costs, is deemed to have potential for the discovery of commercial hydrocarbons.
One who is looked on as a potential policyholder.
A potential customer who you have targeted.
The name of a person on a mailing list, who has not previously made a purchase, but is considered to be a potential buyer for a given product or service .
An area of ground considered worthy of investigation with respect to mineral potential;
Potential customer or client.
The term commonly used to refer to a potential buyer of insurance.