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Review of Bureau of Mines Energy Program, 1970.
NTIS: PB 204 139 :111 pages
Producing oil, gas, and coal in sufficient amounts to satisfy U.S. demands for fuels, electrical power, and chemicals promises to be one of the country's major challenges during the 1970's. Adding significantly to this challenge is the urgent task of satisfying soaring fuel and power demands without destroying the natural environment or jeopardizing long-range requirements for resources. The Bureau of Mines is engaged in a comprehensive program of research to help industry meet this challenge. This report reviews the aims of the research program and accomplishments in 1970; the first 11 sections cover coal programs, nine sections are then devoted to petroleum, and the concluding five sections deal with oil shale research. Figure 1 shows the nationwide distribution of Bureau of Mines energy research installations; full addresses are given in Appendix A. Many of the publications resulting from the Bureau's energy research efforts are discussed throughout the report; others are listed in Appendix B. (Out of print.)
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NTIS: PB 204 139
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