Natural Gas and Hydrogen
Energy and the Environment is a six-volume set that examines the history, technology, science, and environmental and social implications (including issues of environmental justice) associated with the acquisition and production of energy. Designed to complement science curricula, each volume describes comprehensively one or more sources of energy and the technology needed to make it useful. The books emphasize the science on which such technology is based, the limitations of each technology, the environmental effects of its use, questions of availability and cost, and the way that government policies and energy markets interact.
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Early Gas Technologies and Policies
The Nature of Natural Gas
Transporting and Storing Natural Gas
The Restructured Natural Gas Market
Energy Markets and Energy Politics
The Physical and Chemical Properties of Hydrogen
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