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Victorian Brown Coal Resource Development Study / Victorian Brown Coal Council ; Kinhill Pty Ltd in association with Dr Otto Gold GmbH & Co KG, W.D. Scott and Company Pty Ltd
Bib ID 671970
Format BookBook
Author
Victorian Brown Coal Council
 
Description Melbourne : Victorian Brown Coal Council, 1982 
12v. : ill., maps ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Contents: v.1. Executive summary.--v.2. Summary.--v.3(part a) The brown coal resource. (part b) The brown coal resource figures.--v.4. Coal winning.--v.5.(part a) Constraints on development parts A,B,C&D. (part b) Constraints on development parts E,F,G&H.--v.6. The market for products derived from brown coal.--v.7. Technical and economic characterisation of conversion processes.--v.8. Roles of public and private enterprise.--v.9(part a) Costs and benefits arising from dev.

Subjects Lignite -- Victoria.  |  Coal reserves.
Other authors/contributors Kinhill Pty. Ltd

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