2004 Survey of Energy Resources

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Judy Trinnaman, Alan Clarke
Elsevier, Sep 23, 2004 - Technology & Engineering - 464 pages
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* Clear and concise, information is analysed and presented in both a resource-by-resource and country-by-country approach
* Comprehensive, the outlook for seventeen energy resources including all major fossil and renewable resources is evaluated
* Free CD-Rom will help electronic navigation of this comprehensive resource

The Survey of Energy Resources (SER) is a unique and authoritative publication produced by the World Energy Council every three years, since 1934. SER presents a comprehensive global picture of resource availability, production and consumption levels, technological developments and outlook for seventeen energy resources, including all major fossil and renewable resources. Each resource is covered in a separate chapter which comprises a commentary by a leading expert in the field, data tables and country notes. The information contained is the best available from a wide variety of sources. The SER is published every three years in line with WEC’s work cycle, culminating in publication at the World Energy Congress.

The 20th edition of SER will be published at the time of the 19th World Energy Congress (Sydney, September 2004).

* Provides global and country specific comprehensive information and data
* Provides authoritative information in a compact and user-friendly format
* Best available data from a wide variety of sources

 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Coal including Lignite
1
Chapter 2 Crude Oil and Natural Gas Liquids
31
Chapter 3 Oil Shale
73
Chapter 4 Natural Bitumen and ExtraHeavy Oil
93
Chapter 5 Natural Gas
119
Uranium
153
Nuclear
179
Chapter 7 Hydropower
199
Chapter 11 Solar Energy
295
Chapter 12 Geothermal Energy
335
Chapter 13 Wind Energy
363
Chapter 14 Tidal Energy
391
Chapter 15 Wave Energy
401
Chapter 16 Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
419
Abbreviations and Acronyms
433
Conversion Factors and Energy Equivalents
437

Chapter 8 Peat
233
Chapter 9 Wood Fuels
247
Chapter 10 Bioenergy other than Wood
267
ReserveResource TerminologyRecent Developments
439
Index
443
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Page 4 - Proved recoverable reserves are the amount, expressed as tonnage of recoverable synthetic oil, that has been both carefully measured and has also been assessed as exploitable under present and expected local economic conditions with existing available technology.
Page 4 - Estimated Additional Resources - refers to uranium surmised to occur in unexplored extensions of known deposits or in undiscovered deposits in known uranium districts, and which is expected to be discoverable and economically exploitable in the given price range.

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