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View Resource Costs and Benefits of a Biomass-to-Ethanol Production Industry in California

This extensive study explores the feasibility of using biomass cellulosic substances from forest materials, agricultural residues, and urban waste as feedstock for ethanol production. Discussions...

http://egov.oregon.gov/ENERGY/RENEW/Biomass/docs/FORUM/CostB...
View Resource Well-to-Wheel Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Advanced Fuel/Vehicle Systems North American Analysis Volume I

This massive study analyzed the energy efficiency of 75 different fuel pathways using the GREET model. The fuel pathways analyzed included conventional gasoline and ethanol, as well as natural gas,...

http://egov.oregon.gov/ENERGY/RENEW/Biomass/docs/FORUM/163WT...
View Resource How Dependent Are We on Foreign Oil?

The United States imported about 58% of the petroleum, which includes crude oil and refined petroleum products, that we consumed during 2007. About half of these imports came from the Western...

http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/energy_in_brief/foreign_oil_depende...
View Resource U.S. DOE: Office of Fossil Energy

This site describes federally funded research on fossil fuels. Information that can be obtained through this site includes: Clean coal technologies, enchanced fossil fuel energy production,...

http://www.fe.doe.gov/
View Resource Energy Home

Energy is an interdisciplinary technology-supported middle school science inquiry curriculum. This curriculum focuses on the world's energy resources. Students use geospatial information technology...

http://ei.lehigh.edu/eli/energy/index.html
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