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ETO Record Number
159
Author
Darley, Julian
Title
High noon for natural gas : the new energy crisis
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Number (periodical)
Accession Number (For ERIC and similar collections)
Call Number
TP350 .D37 2004
333.823 DARLEY 2004
Edition
Editor
ISBN
1931498539 (pbk. acid-free paper) 1931498679 (acid-free paper)
Format
Keywords
Natural gas.; Fuel switching.; Energy policy.; Natural gas Economic aspects.; Natural gas Environmental aspects.; Natural gas Government policy.
Pages
xiii, 266 p.
Location Published
White River Junction, Vt.
Publisher
Chelsea Green Pub. Co.
Date of Publication
2004
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Abstract
Notes
Julian Darley ; [foreword by Richard Heinberg].
ill., maps ; 23 cm.
The gas itself -- Moving gas -- Demanding gas -- Gas ability -- Where on Earth are we now? -- Energy security -- Where the hell are we going? -- But what else can we do?
At Newton (MA) Free Library.