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Environmental impacts of oil shale


, : Environmental impacts of oil shale. Changing Energy Use Futures; Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Energy Use Management, October 22-26, 1979, Los Angeles, California R A Fazzolare and B Smith, Editors (Vol. 2): 521-528

The U.S. oil shale reserves represent a very large potential source of synthetic fuels. The early development will most likely take place in Colorado where the richest shale is located. It is possible that an oil shale industry could be producing one million barrels per day by the year 2000. At this rate of production almost 500 million tons per year of shale would be processed leaving 400 million tons per year of solid waste.

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