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Oil Power of the Future: New Ways of Turning Petroleum into Energy… (edition 2002)

by Linda Bickerstaff (Author)

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Presents the pros and cons of using oil for fuel as the growing demand for electricity increases problems such as air pollution.
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Title:Oil Power of the Future: New Ways of Turning Petroleum into Energy (Library of Future Energy)
Authors:Linda Bickerstaff (Author)
Info:Rosen Pub Group (2002), 64 pages
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Oil Power of the Future: New Ways of Turning Petroleum into Energy by Linda Bickerstaff

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