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Review of Bureau of Mines Energy Program, 1971.
NTIS: PB 211 456 :102 pages
Clean energy production from coal, oil, and gas, and the development of these and other energy sources continued to be a major objective of the energy research program of the Bureau of Mines. In 1971 increased emphasis was placed on the production of fluid fuels and chemicals from coal. Advances were achieved in the development of the synthane and hydrane gasification processes for producing pipeline gas from coal, and progress was made in research on solid wastes utilization, and on liquid fuels production from coal. Coal mine safety, solid waste disposal and utilization, coal preparation and transport, and fundamental research on coal and related products also continued to be the subject of extensive research. This report is the second in a series; the first report, published in 1971, was information circular 8526.
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NTIS: PB 211 456
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