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Agricultural energy outlook to 2019-20 / Andrew Dickson ... [et al.]
Bib ID 1518713
Format BookBook
Description Canberra : ABARE, [2001] 
16 leaves : ill. ; 30 cm. 
Series

ABARE project ; 1171.

ABARE conference paper ; 2001.27.

Notes

"Australian Institute of Energy, National Conference, 'Energy 2001 - Exploring Australia's Energy Future', Sydney, 22-23 November 2001".

Caption title.

Bibliography: leaf 16.

Subjects Energy consumption -- Australia -- Forecasting.  |  Power resources -- Australia -- Forecasting.
Other authors/contributors Dickson, Andrew  |  Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics  |  Australian Institute of Energy. National Conference, (2001 : Sydney)

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