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  • Total US energy consumption of oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear, and hydroelectric is reviewed for 1993 and transportation safety is described and illustrated. Significant expenses to improve industry safety are listed. Results show that 64% of incidents during the period 1970 to 1986 were due to dam...

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  • In future the UK's energy supplies will come from more diverse sources than at present. This will mean local energy projects serving a local community or even a single house. The book examines the technologies, scale and efficiency of potential sources and the way these can be harnessed at a local l...

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  • The author examines the facts of supply and demand to underscore the vast quantities of power we need and how little of that can come from 'renewable' sources. He shows the US has vast resources if only it dares muster the political will needed to tap them. The U.S. economy is based on fossil fuels ...

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  • The book shows how the world evolved to its present state in which humans exercise a powerful influence on global environmental change and emphasises our increasing reliance on fossil sources of energy; coal, oil and natural gas, and the problems that we face such as increases in the concentrations ...

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  • In France, the consultancy Meridian International Research suggests that the air transport industry must put pressure on the automotive industry to ensure security of aviation fuel supply by introducing more fuel-efficient road vehicles of the plug-in hybrid and battery-poweredtypes. This would give...

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  • In UK, the supply of gasoline through 221 forecourts of three supermarket outlets was contaminated by silicon, used as an anti-foaming agent for diesel fuel, damaging oxygen sensors in thousands of modern cars with computer fuel management systems. The silicon was traced to a chemical additive used ...

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  • In Canada, the CCS system developed at the University of Regina captures CO2 from the flue gas stream of coal- and gas-fired power stations, and stores it in either underground aquifers or depleted oil and gas fields, from where it can be used to improve oil recovery.

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  • Pinsent Masons LLP is an international full service commercial law firm. We have one of the UK's largest dedicated teams of energy lawyers, with our expertise spanning the entire energy spectrum, including the traditional areas of upstream and downstream oil and gas, power generation, nuclear, energ...

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