Geological considerations for the economic evaluation of oil shale deposits in Turkey

1995-7
Şener, Mehmet
Şengüler, Ilker
Kök, Mustafa Verşan
Geological information is given on four oil shale fields in middle and western Anatolia: Himmetoǧlu, Seyitömer, Beypazari{dotless} and Hati{dotless}ldaǧ. Some petrological, geochemical, Fischer assay and fluidized bed combustion test results for the oil shales are also presented. As a result of economic evaluation, it was concluded that Himmetoǧlu oil shale is the most appropriate for domestic and industrial utilization.

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Citation Formats
M. Şener, I. Şengüler, and M. V. Kök, “Geological considerations for the economic evaluation of oil shale deposits in Turkey,” Fuel, pp. 999–1003, 1995, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/28462.