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Unconventional Oil & Shale Gas, Amber L.Tuft
This book focuses on the growth in U.S. oil and natural gas production driven primarily by tight oil formations and shale gas formations.
Introduction to the World of Oil and Gas
Our universe is overflowing with the boundless energy of billions of galaxies, all in ceaseless movement and each made up of billions of stars radiating heat, light and electromagnetic waves.
Gas Heat Pumps - Efficient Heating and Cooling with Natural Gas
This book explains how gas heat pumps can improve the efficiency of energy use in commercial buildings and apartment blocks. Fossil energy sources are indispensable in the gradual transition to sustainable power supply (the so-called energy transition).
Summary Of A Workshop On U.S. Natural Gas Demand, Supply, And Technology
For 150 years, U.S. energy consumption trends have led global energy consumption trends. Those trends indicate that the future of energy is most likely a hydrogen and solar future utilizing technology that today may not even exist.
Natural Gas Information : Database Documentation - 2016
Natural Gas Information 2016 is the latest edition of a publication on natural gas that has been produced annually since 1996.
Optimization of a TEG Dehydration Unit With Recent Advances in Technology CPD (...
The production of natural gas has increased, resulting in a fast increase of the amount and size of production plants. This, plus the on going scarcity of oil and gas, forces companies to place drilling platforms on more remote and violent locations.
Technical EIA Guidance Manual for Oil and Gas Exploration Industry
Thorn - Technical Handbook, Peter Thorns
Light is life, without light we could not live. Our human physiology is based upon light and the complex structure of our earth relies upon light to function. And as we have progressed technologically we have taken this further, turning the dark into light, from using fire to the electric light.
Environmental Impact Assessment
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is an important management tool for ensuring optimal use of natural resources for sustain-able development.
Handbook of Uncertainty Calculations, Ultrasonic Fiscal Gas Metering Stations,...
Norwegian regulations relating to fiscal measurement of oil and gas require that the overall measurement uncertainty is documented to be within defined limits. However, the different methods used have given different results.
Handbook of Biodiversity Methods - Survey, Evaluation and Monitoring, David...
Biodiversity is recognised to be of global importance, yet species and habitats continue to be under increasing pressure from human-induced influences, whether in urban, rural or wilderness settings.
Petronas Gas Berhad - Annual Report 2013
Started the operations of the state-of-the-art liquefied natural gas (LNG) Regasification Terminal (RGT) in Sungai Udang, Melaka in the second quarter of 2013. It is also the Malaysia’s first ever facility of its kind for the importation of LNG.
The Rotronic Humidity Handbook
This technical note reviews the basic laws of physics that govern relative humidity. Within a temperature range of -50 to 150°C and at pressures not in excess of 1000 kPa, water vapor practically behaves like an ideal gas.
Handbook of Reference Methods for Plant Analysis, Yash P. Kalra
This Handbook of Reference Methods for Plant Analysis is an excellent resource of reference plant methods consolidated into one work. Plant analysis procedures are outlined into easy step-by-step procedures that are laboratoryready for implementation.
An Assessment of the Environmental Implications of Oil and Gas Production: A...
Oil and gas exploration and production within the Rocky Mountain region is experiencing rapid growth. The environmental implications of these and other energy production activities are a major area of focus for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Leveraging Natural Gas to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The substitution of gas for coal in the power sector, for example, has contributed to a recent decline in U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. Natural gas, however, is not carbon-free.
Biogas Handbook
Production of biogas by anaerobic digestion (AD) of animal manure and slurries as well as of a wide range of suitable organic wastes, converts these substrates into renewable energy and offers a natural fertiliser for agriculture.
Oil and Gas in Indonesia
Indonesia has been active in the oil and gas sector for nearly 130 years after its first oil discovery in North Sumatra in 1885, and continues to be a significant player in the international oil and gas industry.
A Petroleum Prospecting Primer
People have used petroleum products for nearly 5,000 years. The Babylonians caulked their ships with asphalt, and the ancient Chinese lit their imperial palaces with natural gas. For these early users, finding petroleum was a matter of guesswork and good luck.
Emission Reductions in the Natural Gas Sector through Project-Based Mechanisms
The World Energy Outlook (IEA, 2002) projects a continued rise in the demand for natural gas at least through 2030. A combination of cost, convenience, and environmental benefits are promoting its use. Gas-fired power generation is often the least cost option for new electricity generation.


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