Competitive Aspects of Oil Shale Development: Hearings, Ninetieth Congress, First Session, Pursuant to S. Res. 26, 1. daļa
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1967 - 636 lappuses
Discusses possibility of large oil company monopolization of oil shale development in the Rocky Mountains.
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acres allowance American amount application barrels Basin believe bidding billion certainly Chairman CHUMBRIS claims COHEN Colorado committee companies competition concern Congress conservation cost course crude oil decision demand Department deposits domestic economic effect energy estimated fact Federal figures firms follows further future give given going Government hearings holdings important increase indicated industry interest Interior involved issues known lands leasing located major matter mean ment methods mineral mining natural oil companies oil shale operation patent percent petroleum position possible present problems production Professor proposed protect question reason record requirements reserves resource result retorting royalty Secretary Senator HANSEN Senator Hart shale oil sources statement suggest supply talking Thank thing tion understand United WEINBERG
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