Utah Oil Shale: Science, Technology, and Policy Perspectives
CRC Press, Aug 5, 2016 - Science - 338 pages
Includes full-color isopach and richness maps for each organic-rich and organic-lean oil shale interval within the upper Green River Formation.
Offers computational exploration of trade-offs in drilling and heating options on the net energy return for oil produced from an in situ process.
Analyzes costs and emissions associated with in situ production of oil shale.
Discusses legal and policy issues for a nascent oil shale industry.
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