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The Gas Situation in the ECE Region Around the Year 1990 : Proceedings of an International Symposium of the Committee on Gas of the Economic Commission for Europe, Held in Evian, France, at the Invitation of the Government of France, 2-5 October 1978

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Contents:
Front Cover; The Gas Situation in the ECE Region Around the Year 1990; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Conclusions and Recommendations; PRODUCTION OF NATURAL GAS AND OTHER GASES; CONSUMPTION; IMPORTS AND EXPORTS; GENERAL CONaUSIONS; RECOMMENDATIONS; List of Contributors; Part I: Production of Natural Gas and Other Gases; Chapter 1. Α. Production of Natural Gas and Other Gases; REVIEW OF REPORTS; RESOURCES; RHYTHMS OF PRODUCTION AND REPLACEMENT OF RESERVES; NEW SOURCES AND OTHER GASES; CONCLUSION; Chapter 2. Complements au Rapport General sur leThéme A
Chapter 2. Possible Sources of Natural Gas for France and the ECE Area in 1990INTRODUCTION; PROVEN AND ULTIMATE RESERVES OF NATURAL GAS; THE NATURAL-GAS SITUATION IN 1990; THE CONDITIONS OF EXPLOITATION OF GAS RESERVES; OUTLOOK FOR 1990 IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES; NATURAL GAS IN FRANCE; THE FUTURE OF NATURAL GAS IN THE ECE AREA; BIBLIOGRAPHY; Chapter 4. More Energy from LNG; INTRODUCTION; LNG MARKET; MORE ENERGY FROM LNG; TYPES OF REGASIFICATION UNITS; PROCESS ECONOMICS; Chapter 5. Chances for Alternative Fuels in theGas Industry; INTRODUCTION; THE ITALIAN CASE; THE NEW SOURCES OF ENERGY; RESULTS
CONCLUSIONSChapter 6. The Use of Gas in the Netherlands after theYear 2000; INTRODUCTION; DEVELOPMENTS IN THE ENERGY-SUPPLY SYSTEM; THE GAS RESERVES IN THE NETHERLANDS AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY; THE ALLOTMENT OF GAS AFTER THE YEAR 2000; CONSERVATION MEASURES; BUYING NATURAL GAS AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO BUYING COAL; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter 7. United States' Gas Supplies: An Overview; INTRODUCTION; THE NATIONAL ENERGY PLAN; UNCONVENTIONAL GAS; ALASKAN GAS; HIGH BTU COAL GAS; CANADIAN AND MEXICAN IMPORTS; LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG); CONCLUSIONS
Chapter 8. The Place of Liquefied Petroleum Gases in the Energy Situation Around 1990DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENERGY SITUATION TO 1990; LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES; THE PLACE OF LPG IN THE 1980s; CONCLUSIONS; Chapter 9. The American Point of View on theFuture of the Gas Industry; UNITED STATES ENERGY DEMAND; ENERGY SUPPLY; ARGUMENTS FOR LNG; THE WORLD OUTLOOK; UNITED STATES LNG PLANS; MARITIME CONSIDERATIONS; CONCLUSION; Chapter 10. High Depth Underground Coal Gasification: Potential Energy Source for the Future; INTRODUCTION; UNDERGROUND GASIFICATION; CONCLUSION; BIBLIOGRAPHY
Chapter 11. Economic Aspects of Gas Gathering in the North SeaINTRODUCTION; PART I . BACKGROUND TO THE ECONOMIC APPRAISAL; PART II . THE GGP SELECTION MODELS; REFERENCE; ADDENDUM; Conolusions; RECOMMENDATIONS; Chapter 12. Prospects for the Gas Industry in Great Britain from 1990 to 2000; INTRODUCTION; UK CONTINENTAL SHELF GAS RESERVES; FUTURE GAS SUPPLIES; DEMAND FOR GAS AND MARKETING STRATEGY; CONCLUSION; Part II: Consumption; Chapter 13. Β. Consumption; The contribution of natural gas to energy-saving in industry; Natural-gas savings in the household and tertiojnj sector in France
Predicted Consequences of Measures on Gas Conservation and Efficien tUtilization in Various Industries
Summary: The Gas Situation in the ECE Region Around the Year 1990 contains the proceedings of an international symposium of the Committee on Gas of the Economic Commission for Europe, held in Evian, France, at the invitation of the Government of France, on October 2-5, 1978. The symposium provided a forum for evaluating the future of gas in the energy requirements of Europe and North America - the region encompassed by the Economic Commission for Europe (ECE), with emphasis on natural gas markets, consumption, and imports and exports.Comprised of 34 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the pr
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Front Cover; The Gas Situation in the ECE Region Around the Year 1990; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Conclusions and Recommendations; PRODUCTION OF NATURAL GAS AND OTHER GASES; CONSUMPTION; IMPORTS AND EXPORTS; GENERAL CONaUSIONS; RECOMMENDATIONS; List of Contributors; Part I: Production of Natural Gas and Other Gases; Chapter 1. Α. Production of Natural Gas and Other Gases; REVIEW OF REPORTS; RESOURCES; RHYTHMS OF PRODUCTION AND REPLACEMENT OF RESERVES; NEW SOURCES AND OTHER GASES; CONCLUSION; Chapter 2. Complements au Rapport General sur leThéme A

Chapter 2. Possible Sources of Natural Gas for France and the ECE Area in 1990INTRODUCTION; PROVEN AND ULTIMATE RESERVES OF NATURAL GAS; THE NATURAL-GAS SITUATION IN 1990; THE CONDITIONS OF EXPLOITATION OF GAS RESERVES; OUTLOOK FOR 1990 IN SEVERAL COUNTRIES; NATURAL GAS IN FRANCE; THE FUTURE OF NATURAL GAS IN THE ECE AREA; BIBLIOGRAPHY; Chapter 4. More Energy from LNG; INTRODUCTION; LNG MARKET; MORE ENERGY FROM LNG; TYPES OF REGASIFICATION UNITS; PROCESS ECONOMICS; Chapter 5. Chances for Alternative Fuels in theGas Industry; INTRODUCTION; THE ITALIAN CASE; THE NEW SOURCES OF ENERGY; RESULTS

CONCLUSIONSChapter 6. The Use of Gas in the Netherlands after theYear 2000; INTRODUCTION; DEVELOPMENTS IN THE ENERGY-SUPPLY SYSTEM; THE GAS RESERVES IN THE NETHERLANDS AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY; THE ALLOTMENT OF GAS AFTER THE YEAR 2000; CONSERVATION MEASURES; BUYING NATURAL GAS AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO BUYING COAL; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; Chapter 7. United States' Gas Supplies: An Overview; INTRODUCTION; THE NATIONAL ENERGY PLAN; UNCONVENTIONAL GAS; ALASKAN GAS; HIGH BTU COAL GAS; CANADIAN AND MEXICAN IMPORTS; LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG); CONCLUSIONS

Chapter 8. The Place of Liquefied Petroleum Gases in the Energy Situation Around 1990DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENERGY SITUATION TO 1990; LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GASES; THE PLACE OF LPG IN THE 1980s; CONCLUSIONS; Chapter 9. The American Point of View on theFuture of the Gas Industry; UNITED STATES ENERGY DEMAND; ENERGY SUPPLY; ARGUMENTS FOR LNG; THE WORLD OUTLOOK; UNITED STATES LNG PLANS; MARITIME CONSIDERATIONS; CONCLUSION; Chapter 10. High Depth Underground Coal Gasification: Potential Energy Source for the Future; INTRODUCTION; UNDERGROUND GASIFICATION; CONCLUSION; BIBLIOGRAPHY

Chapter 11. Economic Aspects of Gas Gathering in the North SeaINTRODUCTION; PART I . BACKGROUND TO THE ECONOMIC APPRAISAL; PART II . THE GGP SELECTION MODELS; REFERENCE; ADDENDUM; Conolusions; RECOMMENDATIONS; Chapter 12. Prospects for the Gas Industry in Great Britain from 1990 to 2000; INTRODUCTION; UK CONTINENTAL SHELF GAS RESERVES; FUTURE GAS SUPPLIES; DEMAND FOR GAS AND MARKETING STRATEGY; CONCLUSION; Part II: Consumption; Chapter 13. Β. Consumption; The contribution of natural gas to energy-saving in industry; Natural-gas savings in the household and tertiojnj sector in France

Predicted Consequences of Measures on Gas Conservation and Efficien tUtilization in Various Industries

The Gas Situation in the ECE Region Around the Year 1990 contains the proceedings of an international symposium of the Committee on Gas of the Economic Commission for Europe, held in Evian, France, at the invitation of the Government of France, on October 2-5, 1978. The symposium provided a forum for evaluating the future of gas in the energy requirements of Europe and North America - the region encompassed by the Economic Commission for Europe (ECE), with emphasis on natural gas markets, consumption, and imports and exports.Comprised of 34 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the pr

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