cannel shale

кеннельский сланец
сланец, в котором минеральное и органическое вещество представлены примерно одинаковыми количествами

English-Russian dictionary of geology. 2011.

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  • Cannel coal — Cannel coal, also known as candle coal, is a type of coal, also classified as terrestrial type oil shale, with a large amount of hydrogen, which burns easily with a bright light and leaves little ash.Cannel coal consists of micrinites, macerals… …   Wikipedia

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  • Oil shale — For the scientific technical journal, see Oil Shale (journal). Not to be confused with Shale oil or Tight oil. Oil shale Sedimentary Rock Combustion of oil shale Composition …   Wikipedia

  • Coal oil — Cannel coal, used to produce coal oil, from the Pennsylvanian of NE Ohio Coal oil is a term once used for a specific shale oil used for illuminating purposes.[citation needed] …   Wikipedia

  • Unconventional oil — is petroleum produced or extracted using techniques other than the conventional (oil well) method. Oil industries and governments across the globe are investing in unconventional oil sources due to the increasing scarcity of conventional oil… …   Wikipedia

  • Nevada–Texas–Utah Retort — NTU Retort Process type chemical Industrial sector(s) chemical industry oil industry Feedstock oil shale Product(s) shale oil Inventor Roy C. Dundas …   Wikipedia

  • Kukersite — is a marine type oil shale of Ordovician age, found in the Baltic Oil Shale Basin in Estonia and North West Russia. It was named after Kukruse settlement in Estonia in 1917 by Russian paleontologist Mikhail Zalessky.Cite journal last =Lille |… …   Wikipedia

  • Geology of Tasmania — Tasmania has a varied geological history, with the world s biggest exposure of diabase, or dolerite. Rocks from the Neoproterozoic, Paleozoic and Mesozoic time periods appear. It is one of the few southern hemisphere areas glaciated during the… …   Wikipedia

  • Petroleum — For other uses, see Petroleum (disambiguation). Proven world oil reserves, 2009 …   Wikipedia

  • Marinite — is a gray to dark gray or black oil shale of marine origin in which the chief organic components are lamalginite and bituminite derived from marine phytoplankton, with varied admixtures of bitumen, telalginite and vitrinite.[1] Marinite deposits… …   Wikipedia

  • Torbanite — is a variety of fine grained coal, sometimes known as boghead coal, named after Torbane Hill in Scotland.Citation | last =Dyni | first =John R. | title =Geology and resources of some world oil shale deposits (Presented at Symposium on Oil Shale… …   Wikipedia

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