Water Pollution Control Options For In Situ Tar Sand Extraction

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245 10|aWater Pollution Control Options For In Situ Tar Sand Extraction
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100 1 |aMcTernan, W. F. |ecreator
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260 |a|bTar Sand Workshop, Salt Lake City, Utah |c|g12-10-2013
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520 |aTar sand deposits in the United States are estimated to exceed thirty billion barrels (1) and offer long-term potential for satisfying future energy needs. At present there is no commercial scale tar sand extraction industry in the United States. Several bench and pilot scale research projects have either been conducted or are in planning stages...
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