The oil question: nature and prognosis
Keywords: ABIOGENIC THEORY; API GRAVITY; CLIMATE CHANGE; COAL LIQUEFACTION; CONVENTIONAL OIL; CRUDE OIL; FISCHER-TROPSCH; GLOBAL WARMING; HEAVY OIL; HUBBERT PEAK; METHANOL ECONOMY; OIL; OIL PRICES; OIL REFINING; OIL RESERVES; OIL SANDS; OIL SHALE; PEAK OIL; PETROLEUM; TAR SANDS; THOMAS GOLD; UNCONVENTIONAL OIL
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2008-12-01
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