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Abstract: The Present World Energy Situation

M. King Hubbert

GCAGS Transactions

... of the oil and gas have been consumed already. The curve of production rate versus time for any fossil fuel must start at zero and ultimately, when the fuel...

1958

Bridges to What Future?: ABSTRACT

R. Dana Russell

AAPG Bulletin

... as to be unimportant, what will be the alternatives? Geothermal and other minor sources will help, but the major possibilities are our other fossil fuels (oil shale, tar...

1981

ABSTRACT: THE SEISMIC CHARACTERISATION OF GAS HYDRATES; #90018 (2003)

Robert Galvin

Search and Discovery.com

... in energy terms as a fossil fuel. It is estimated that methane hydrates contain approximately twice as much carbon as all fossil fuels, which illustrates...

2003

Abstract: Climate and the Rise in Human Dominance

Renee Hetherington, Andrew J. Weaver

GCAGS Transactions

... human population. Fossil fuel technology mitigated the climate vagaries of disparate locales and made suitable for habitation all regions of Earth...

2006

Western Coal--Clean Black Ace in the Hole: ABSTRACT

John Wold

AAPG Bulletin

... from coal, less than 5% from nuclear, hydroelectric, and other sources. Oil and gas make up only 9% of our domestic fossil fuel reserves. Oil shale...

1974

Converting Waste Cooking Oil into Biodiesel, the Successful Continuous Improvement in Tangguh LNG

Alief Bakhtiar, Ezhar Manaf, Imam Sardjono, Paramitha Prameswari, Wakid Yuniarto

Indonesian Petroleum Association

...:70 for biodiesel and fossil diesel fuel respectively. The success of producing biodiesel from WCO is a form of Tangguh’s commitment to efficiently...

2014

ABSTRACT: Qualitative and quantitative identification of solid impurities using optical microscopy in biomass-derived renewable fuels (pellets)

Iwona Jelonek, Zbigniew Jelonek

The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

... of deciduous trees. The production of this renewable fuel from the biomass of crop plants has also began in an experimental phase. Pellets from the waste...

2019

Abstract: Climate Change and the Oil and Gas Industry; The Path to Cooperation;

Ray Leonard, Art Berman

Search and Discovery.com

... than “quotas” or “cap and trade”. There is selfinterest, also, as it moves fossil fuel use away from coal. • Take a leading role in the development...

Unknown

An examination of carbon budgets, carbon taxes, industry attitudes to global warming, and AAPG

James M. Rine

Environmental Geosciences (DEG)

... by examining past and projected fossil fuel production numbers, calculating their resulting emissions, and then projecting how regulations or taxes...

2014

Abstract: Critical Minerals, the Petroleum Geoscientist and the Wider Application of Hydrocarbon Exploration and Development Techniques and Business Practices;

Lindsay Ross, David Beckett

Search and Discovery.com

... production represents both a potential threat and an opportunity to the fossil fuel energy business. The threat is centred upon loss of energy market share...

Unknown

A Nuclear Energy Report

First National City Bank, New York

Wyoming Geological Association

... underway. The future pattern of fuel usage by electrical utilities will be characterized by the increasing localization of fossil fuel competitiveness...

1969

Fundamental Study of CO2 Substitution in Methane Hydrates for Energy Production and Long Term Sequestration, #80732 (2020).

Navid Saeidi, Bjørn Kvamme, Yu-Chien (Alice) Chien, Derek Dunn-Rankin,

Search and Discovery.com

... April,2019 Gas Hydrates – From Potential Geohazard to Carbon-Efficient Fuel? We Still Depend on Fossil Fuels ➢ Future • Fossil fuels (coal, gas and oil...

2020

ABSTRACT: Aciniform Black Carbon and Spheroidal Carbonaceous Particles at the K-T Boundary

M. C. Harvey

The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

... sediments, ABC is known to form exclusively from carbon combustion and provides an unambiguous sedimentary record of biomass and fossil fuel burning...

2005

ABSTRACT: Pulverized coal and petroleum coke co-combustion: Vanadium and nickel speciation

M.L.S. Oliveira, C.G. Ramos, C.M.N.L. Cutruneo, J.C. Hower, L.F.O. Silva

The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

... from fossil-fuel combustion and in the fly ash can be an environmental concern. The fly ash from the combustion of a 70% coal:30% petroleum coke blend...

2013

Abstract: Have the remnants of the Proto Atlantic any use as fuel? Some implications for the early history of the Earth, early life and other things

R. K. Stevens

Atlantic Geology

...Abstract: Have the remnants of the Proto Atlantic any use as fuel? Some implications for the early history of the Earth, early life and other things...

1992

Abstract: Environmental and International Perspective on Australia's Natural Gas Resource

Nick Grollman

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... advocated as the "fuel of choice" for the East Asia-Pacific region over the next several decades owing to its versatility, its relative abundance and wide...

1994

Geothermal Energy--Viable Energy Resource: ABSTRACT

Tsvi Meidav

AAPG Bulletin

... resource base is ever utilized, it could provide energy equal to, or greater than, all currently known fossil-fuel reserves. Examples of geothermal energy...

1974

Preliminary Assessment of Potent

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Abstract: Subsurface Sequestration of Carbon Dioxide: A Review from a Canadian Perspective

T. Gentzis, W. D. Gunter, B. Hitchon

The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

... reduction in the use of fossil fuels or even fuel switching, there are other options available that would still allow the use of fossil fuels while...

1998

Abstract: Implications of Increased Coal Utilization in the Twenty-First Century: Which Way to the Future?

H. Gluskoter

The Society for Organic Petrology (TSOP)

..., for many decades. There are environmental concerns that are heightened by the predictions of increased fossil fuel consumption. Some...

1998

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