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Technical and Cost Evaluation of Candidate Large Sale Open Pit Oil Shale Mining Methods in Colorado. Final Report, Volume II.
Adams-RC; Banks-CE; Bradley-WS; Et Al
NTIS: PB 274 520 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries :1031 pages
This two-volume report describes the feasibility of mining the oil shale deposits of the Piceance Creek Basin in Colorado by an integrated open pit system. The study is based upon a comprehensive analysis of pertinent environmental, economic, and engineering factors. Ten mining cases are investigated, and the mine design and cost estimates for each case are presented. Part 1 of Volume II is a detailed explanation of the estimating methods used, and part 2 is a more detailed discussion of the technical and cost features of the 10 cases than that presented in volume 1.
CP; Final Contract Report;
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS: PB 274 520 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
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