- Each potential energy source includes discussions of tradeoffs in economics, environmental, and policy implications- Examples and cases of implementing each technology are included throughout the book- Technical discussions are supported with equations, graphs, and tables- Includes discussions of carbon capture and sequestration as emerging technologies to manage carbon dioxide emissions
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Chapter 1. The History and Culture of Energy Chapter 2. How is Energy Measured Chapter 3. Energy Science and Thermodynamics Chapter 4. Environmental issues Chapter 5. Crude Oil Chapter 6. Natural Gas Chapter 7. Nuclear Energy Chapter 8. Solar Power Chapter 9. Wind Energy Chapter 10. Hydroelectricity Chapter 11. Geothermal Chapter 12. Ethanol, Biodiesel and Biomass Chapter 13. Coal and Clean Coal Technologies Chapter 14. Carbon Capture and Sequestration Chapter 15. Hydrogen Chapter 16. The Future of Energy
Chair of Petroleum Engineering, The University of Queensland
University of Wyoming
Chair of Dept, 2004 - 2008
Editor-in-Chief International Journal of Petroleum Engineering, 2009
Associate Editor and Board member of Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, 2007-present.