Energy Beyond Oil
Troubador Publishing Ltd, 2005 - 198 lappuses
In order that you can share the argument, this book explores the issues in detail. The data. The trends. The projections. The possible outcomes. Hopefully, at the end of this process, you will be able to understand what it is we are facing, and perhaps find your own resolution to the potential difficulties we will all face over the years.
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What is It About Oil?
Oil Bearing Structures
Polymerisation and the Production of Plastics
The First Law of Thermodynamics
Where Does the Energy Go?
The Second Law of Thermodynamics
What is a Joule What is a Watt?
Heat Engines and Conversion Efficiency
A CoalFired Power Station
A CombinedCycle Gas Turbine Power Station
A Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator
Incineration Recycling and LifeCycle Assessment
How Nuclear Reactors Produce Energy
How Electricity is Generated
Ohms Law and the Operation of the National Grid
Natural Energy Sources and human energy use
Human Energy Sources
How Energy Models Define Energy Use
Per Capita Energy Consumption in European States
Primary Energy Sources in the UK 1970 to 2002
Primary Supply and Final Use of Energy in the UK 2002
A Flow Diagram of Energy Use in the UK 2003
Peak Oil Why and When?
Understanding Different Types of Oil Production
Oil Flow in a Reservoir
Oil Production and Reservoir Lifetime
Oil Barrels Tonnes and Potential Energy
Hubberts Plot or Hubberts Peak
A Projection of Future World Oil Production
Oil Production Prices from Different Types of Reserve
World Oil Prices 1967 to 2004 inflation adjusted
Climate Change and the Earths Orbit
How Climate Proxy Data is Collected
Climate and Carbon Measurements from Proxy Data
The North Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation
Energy Policy and Energy Use
EP68 Energy Demand Forecasts 19952010
The Dash for Gas
EP68 Projected Change in Generation Sources
EP68 Greenhouse Gas Projections with actual data
Carbon Credits Carbon Trading and Carbon Sinks
A Projection of the UKs Energy Supply Past Peak Oil and Gas
Conventional and Nuclear Energy
The National Grid and Regional Distribution System
Low Carbon Energy Sources
The Biomass Cycle From Sun to Soil
Diagram of a Typical Landfill Gas Power Plant
Diagram of a Typical Anaerobic Digester Plant
How Much Energy Can Biomass Produce?
How Much Energy Can Biodiesel Produce?
How Does a Hydrogen Fuel Cell Work?
Renewable Energy Production in the UK 2003
Heat Production from a Thermal Solar System
Diagram of a Typical Solar Water Heating System
A Heat Pump System
How a Heat Pump Works
Producing Energy from Wind Turbines
How Big Is Enough? Economics vs Efficiency
Diagram of a Typical MicroHydro Power System
How Photovoltaic PV Cells Work
How Much Do We Need to Cut?
The Problems with PoorlyConceived Energy Schemes
Shifting Energy Demand in the Transport Sector
The Burn Everything Model
The Reduce and Renewable Model
Figures Figure Primary Oil Deposits in Oil Reservoirs 6
Tune Out Turn Off Be Happy?
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