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Página 5 - Director of the Office of Emergency Preparedness in the Executive Office of the President.
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Página 742 - ... the current estimated quantity of natural gas and natural gas liquids which analysis of geologic and engineering data demonstrate with reasonable certainty to be recoverable in the future from known oil and gas reservoirs under existing economic and operating conditions. Reservoirs are considered proved that have demonstrated the ability to produce by either actual production or conclusive formation test.
Página 3 - Energy initiates a series of at least three hearings to investigate the causes and implications of impending shortages of gasoline, heating oil, diesel fuel, jet fuel, and electricity.
Página 74 - The Impact of Air Pollution Control on the Economics of Energy Supply," presented at the American Power Conference in April 1965; "Soviets Find Capital Costs Make Hydro Less Economical," with Philip Sporn for Electrical World; "The SocialEconomic Evaluation of Water Resource Projects...
Página 435 - ... program. Now, civilian demands for synthetic fuels beckon cryogenic hydrogen. National and world energy shortages are briefly summarized to demonstrate the relevance of synthetic fuels in satisfying future energy markets. A perspective of national energy needs, as they relate to cryogenic hydrogen fuel, is given. Hydrogen and alternate synthetic fuels are briefly reviewed and potential applications for cryogenic hydrogen are described. Technical research and development efforts, required to satisfy...
Página 349 - ... utility industry to master the near term technical problems of improvement of present systems and applied technology for better systems in the mid-term. This includes significant added effort toward environmental improvement of systems to be installed during the coming decade. The prime responsibility of the Federal government should be to anticipate needs at the opposite end of the time spectrum and support basic research, experimentation and some applied technology on novel systems which are...