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bibliography of Bureau of Mines publications dealing with oil shale and shale oil, 1917-1973

Marianne P. Rogers

bibliography of Bureau of Mines publications dealing with oil shale and shale oil, 1917-1973

by Marianne P. Rogers

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Laramie Energy Research Center in Laramie, Wyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oil-shales -- Bibliography.,
  • Shale oils -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBibliography of oil shale and shale oil
    StatementMarianne P. Rogers.
    GenreBibliography.
    ContributionsLaramie Energy Research Center., United States. Bureau of Mines
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. ;
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22420201M

    Oil shale, any sedimentary rock containing various amounts of solid organic material that yields petroleum products, along with a variety of solid by-products, when subjected to pyrolysis—a treatment that consists of heating the rock to above °C (about °F) in the absence of oxygen. The liquid oil extracted from oil shale, once it is upgraded, creates a type of synthetic crude oil. stimulate industry development of oil shale in the United States are not now in place. To initiate a dialogue toward effective government oil shale decisions, the Office of Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves sponsored a review of the Strategic Significance of America™s Oil Shale Resource. The two-volume analysis, published in March

    Environmental monitoring, Oil-shale industry Publisher [Grand Junction, Colo.]: Cathedral Bluffs Shale Oil Co. Collection blmlibrary; fedlink; americana Digitizing sponsor Bureau of Land Management Contributor Bureau of Land Management Library Language English Volume 1. Shale oil, in fossil fuel production, either a synthetic crude oil that is extracted from oil shale by means of pyrolysis or a naturally occurring crude oil that is extracted from underground shale deposits by means of fracking (hydraulic fracturing).. In the extraction of oil from oil shales, intense heat is used to break down a waxy organic matter called kerogen that is contained in the.

    Oil shale geology is a branch of geologic sciences which studies the formation and composition of oil shales–fine-grained sedimentary rocks containing significant amounts of kerogen, and belonging to the group of sapropel fuels. Oil shale formation takes place in a number of depositional settings and has considerable compositional variation. Oil shales can be classified by their composition. Bureau of Land Management Library Language English Volume 1. At head of title: U.S. Department of the Interior prototype oil shale leasing program Notes. some content may be lost due to the binding of the book, original text may be cut on the edges of the page. Addeddate .


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Bibliography of Bureau of Mines publications dealing with oil shale and shale oil, 1917-1973 by Marianne P. Rogers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bibliography of publications dealing with oil shale and shale oil from US Bureau of Mines, ; the ERDA Laramie Energy Research Center, ; and the DOE Laramie Energy Technology Center, @article{osti_, title = {Bibliography of publications dealing with oil shale and shale oil from US Bureau of Mines, ; the ERDA Laramie Energy Research Center, ; and the DOE Laramie Energy Technology Center, }, author = {}, abstractNote = {A brief history is given of the oil-shale research programs conducted by the Bureau of Mines and then the Laramie Energy.

Bibliography of publications dealing with oil shale and shale oil from 1917-1973 book. Bureau of Mines,and the ERDA Laramie Energy Research Center, Oak Ridge, Tenn.: Dept.

of Energy, Technical Information Center ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF BUREAU OF MINES PUBLICATIONS DEALING WITH OIL SHALE AND SHALE OIL - The publications listed in this bibliography are those that resulted from previous work accomplished by the Bureau of Mines both in mining and energy research.

As a result of the "Energy Reorganization Act of ". Rogers, M.P., M. Rinehart, and D. Forster,A bibliography of publications dealing with oil shale and shale oil from U.S.

Bureau of Mines,and the Era Laramie Energy Research Center, U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration, Laramie Energy Research Center, 51 p.

In Estonia, oil shale has had a long history of commercial production since Until the end of thes, oil shale mines annually produced about 12 to 13 million tons. Almost half of the oil shale is exploited in surface mines with open cast technology; the. Oil Shale.

96 pages Vol. 24, No. 4 kerogen kinetic parameters Kiviter Kukruse Stage leachates leaching Length Change maltenes material ratio mg/L middle-heavy shale oil mixture Narva Power Plant oil shale ash oil shale semicoke Ordovician oxygen parallel flow particle size phenolic water pyrolysis radiation heat transfer retort oil.

Generated 21 to 47 Percent More Emissions than Conventional Oil Production. • Oil Shale Industry Will Produce Large Quantities Of Carbon Dioxide. • Projected Water Use for Shale Development Exceeds Availability in Colorado Basin.

FACT SHEET According to the Bureau of Land Management, “Oil shale File Size: KB. Geology and Resources of Some World Oil-Shale Deposits1 By John R. Dyni Abstract Oil-shale deposits are in many parts of the world. They range in age from Cambrian to Tertiary and were formed in a variety of marine, continental, and lacustrine depositional environments.

The largest known deposit is. Other Publications Available Online. Many contemporary reference works that describe or relate to the Scottish shale oil industry are already available as downloadable digital documents through the Internet Archive project, based in San Francisco.

Joint Report on the Bituminous, or Oil Shales of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia; also, On the oil-shale industry of Scotland.

USA USDA USA US A US A US A US D A USD A US DA US A US A US A Authority US United States Prior art keywords zone oil solvent fluid shale Prior art date Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal by: Books Related to Oil Shale production Developments are available here in this section Composition, Geochemistry and Conversion of Oil Shales Download Geochemistry and Chemistry of Oil Shales Download Impacts of shale gas and shale oil on the environment Download Oil Shale (Developments in Petroleum Science, 5) Download Oil Shale – Dr.

Hassan Harraz rar Download Oil Shale. UK shale oil• Where there is oil there has been a mature shale• Barring further maturation that has cracked or even destroyed the oil a residual oil should be present• Oil seeps and wells are good indicators of mature shale Conventional wells drilled in the UK for oil () and gas () (Harvey & Gray ).

The second major method of recovering the oil shale is in-situ retorting. This method involves heating the shale in the ground and pumping the liquid oil to the surface.

There are a few ways by which this heating can occur, the first of which involves burning a portion of the shale to heat the remaining rock enough to extract the product.

Oil Shale ISSN (electronic) ISSN X (print) Published since The shale revolution turns the US into one of the top global oil & gas producers.

First oil. crisis. Second oil. crisis. Oil counter. shock. Oil production peaks: from now on, US production falls. Peak oil import: the US has never imported as much oil. The US becomes the largest gas producer in the world and the File Size: 2MB.

The Bureau of Mines oil shale data bank (osdb) was created in to serve as a centralized source for the storage, retrieval, and dissemination of technical literature, patents, and information on research projects in oil shale.

energy prices (and oil shale development) at a low level. Inthe Arab oil embargo reduced oil supplies and escalated prices, creating anxiety about the U.S.

dependence on foreign oil. A new oil shale boom resulted in the leasing of four tracts of federal oil shale land in Colorado and Utah. Oil prices soared again in when theFile Size: KB. Shale Oil and Gas Handbook: Theory, Technologies, and Challenges provides users with information on how shale oil and gas exploration has revolutionized today’s energy industry.

As activity has boomed and job growth continues to increase, training in this area for new and experienced engineers is essential. The oil shale industry is an industry of mining and processing of oil shale—a fine-grained sedimentary rock, containing significant amounts of kerogen (a solid mixture of organic chemical compounds), from which liquid hydrocarbons can be manufactured.

The industry has developed in Brazil, China, Estonia and to some extent in Germany and Russia. Several other countries are currently. The history of the oil shale industry in the United States goes back to the s; it dates back farther as a major enterprise than the petroleum industry.

But although the United States contains the world's largest known resource of oil shale, the US has not been a significant producer of shale oil since There were three major past attempts to establish an American oil shale industry.The history of the oil shale industry started in ancient times.

The modern industrial use of oil shale for oil extraction dates to the midth century and started growing just before World War I because of the mass production of automobiles and trucks and the supposed shortage of gasoline for transportation needs.Oil shale economics deals with the economic feasibility of oil shale extraction and gh usually oil shale economics is understood as shale oil extraction economics, the wider approach evaluates usage of oil shale as whole, including for the oil-shale-fired power generation and production of by-products during retorting or shale oil upgrading processes.