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View Resource Will Canada's Tar Sands Destroy the Global Climate?

Further development of Alberta's famous oil sands will be neither the climate disaster that activists fear nor the energy security panacea that proponents suggest it is, the Council on Foreign...

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=canada-tar-...
View Resource The Oil Sands Story

The oil sands story is one that describes one of the largest oil deposits in the world and identifies its future possibilities. Pioneers had a vision of the commercial applications of this incredible...

http://www.oilsandsdiscovery.com/oil_sands_story/story.html
View Resource Canada's Tar Sands May BeJust Too Dirty

Capturing and storing some of the carbon that would be released in the processing of Canada's tar sands may not clean the industry up. To turn the vast but dirty resource into useable oil, Canada...

http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn18044-canadas-tar-sand...
View Resource European Experience with Cogeneration

Since 1997, the European Union (EU) has been creating a legal and regulatory framework for the encouragement of cogeneration as an instrumental and accessible tool in its effort to promote energy...

http://www.climate.org/publications/Climate%20Alerts/Winter2...
View Resource Ignition and Combustion Characteristics of Gas-to-Liquid Fuels for Different Ambient Pressures

A ten-page academic paper from Japan about fundamental data for the ignition and combustion of gas to liquid fuels, synthetic fuels planned to replace diesel fuel. Gas-to-liquid (GTL) fuel exhibits...

http://pubs.acs.org/doi/pdfplus/10.1021/ef9008532?cookieSet=...
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