For more than four decades the International Petroleum Encyclopedia has compiled worldwide petroleum and energy industry data into one award-winning volume. Business leaders, government and agency heads, and power brokers rely on the detailed market information, all available at their fingertips.
In a special guest essay, noted energy economist Dr. Sam Van Vactor reviews the evolution and impact of the economic turmoil of 2008 and its implications for the global energy industry.
Inside you’ll find
The 2009 edition of the International Petroleum Encyclopedia provides up-to-date information on:
Emerging gas shale resources in the United States
The changing economics of oil sands development
Advancements in carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology
The impact of 2008's wild oil-price swings on energy industry plans
Growing European interest in wind power and biofuels
Progress on major pipeline projects around the world
Novel coal-seam-gas-to-LNG projects in Australia
516 pages/Hardcover/June 2009