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Welcome to the archive page for the proceedings of the 3rd Oil Shale Symposium held in 1966. All files are in PDF format. The consolidated file provides the full proceedings in one file.

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3rd Oil Shale Symposium - 1966
Consolidated File: 3rd Oil Shale Symposium, 1966 All Authors
Commercial Applications of Nuclear Explosives, the Answer H.F. Coffer, E.R. Spiess
Economics of Producing Shale Oil, the Nuclear In-Situ Retorting Method M.A. Lekas
History, Present Status and Contemplated Use of Naval Oil Shale Reserves Ossian R. Butterfield
Mechanization Potential in Oil Shale Mining R.O. Bredthauer, T.N. Williamson
Operating Characteristics of a Continuous Oil Shale Retort Clifford B. Farris, James H. Gary, Philip F. Dickson
Outlook for the Domestic Energy Market for the Next Decade (Unpublished Paper) John C. Winger
Progress Report on Bureau of Mines-Atomic Energy Commission Corehole Rio Blanco Country, Colorado Kenneth E. Stanfield
Remarks Neal D. Nelson
Rock Mechanics Applied to Oil Shale Mining John J. Reed
Spouted Bed Oil Shale Retort LeRoy P. Berti, James H. Gary
The Chemical Aspects of Distilling Rocky Mountain Oil Shale in Hydrogen at Low Pressure Morgan Girdon Huntington
The Oil Shale Picture From the Investment Banker's Viewpoint Thomas Hildt, Jr.
Where is the Water Coming From? Raphael J. Moses


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