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The oil-shales of the Lothians. pt. I. The geology of the oil-shale fields, by R. G. Carruthers, based on the work of H. M. Cadell and J. S. Grant Wilson. pt. II. Methods of working the oil-shales, by W. Caldwell. pt. III. The chemistry of the oil-shales, 3/ /5(1). The geology of the South Wales coal-field.. Book digitized by Google from the library of University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. pt. I. The country around Newport, Monmouthshire (Sheet of the map), by Aubrey Strahan. 2d ed. pt. II.5/5(4). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Leeds, Penrith, Classified geological photographs, Geology of the South Wales Coalfield, Mineral statistics of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.., Memoirs of the Geological Survey of England and Wales.
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The oil-shales of the Lothians. The geology of the oil-shale fields, by R. Carruthers, based on the work of H. Cadell and J. Grant Wilson. Methods of working the oil-shales, by W. Caldwell. III. The chemistry of the oil-shales Pages: The most productive portion of the Oil-Shale Field of the Lothians has been fdr the purposes of Wartime Pamphlet No.
27 divided into four main areas (Figs. 1, 9) of which Areas I and II, comprising the West Calder and Pumpherston districts r espec-tively, have already been described. The present publication, dealing with Area IV.
Title: The oil-shales of the Lothians: part 1: The geology of the oil-shale fields, part 2: Methods of working the oil-shales, part 3: Chemistry and technology of the oil-shales, part 4: History of the Scottish oil-shale industry (3rd edition).
The following Memoir on the Oil Shale industry of Scotland is divided into three parts, and treats of the subject both in its geological and technological aspects. Part I. treats of the Geology of the Oil Shale-fields of the Lothians, and is the joint work of Mr.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Geological Survey of Great Britain. The Scottish shale oil industry has a remarkable and important history. Bathgate Chemical Works, established inwas perhaps the first site in the world where mineral oils were processed on an industrial scale.
is a family-friendly museum established in to preserve and interpret the history and environment of West Lothian. It also. Scotland’s First Oil Boom: The Scottish Shale Oil Industry, By (author) John McKay At its peak in the years before the Great War the Scottish shale oil industry gave employment to oil-shales of the Lothians.
book people and was a major factor in the economy of the Lothians, particularly in the Almond valley, from Tarbrax to Dalmeny. The Oil-Shales of the Lothians Part I. The Geology of the Oil-Shale Fields; Part II. Methods of Working the Oil-Shales; Part III.
The Chemistry of the Oil-Shales by R. Carruthers. The West Lothian oil shales occur in Lower Carboniferous strata in the Upper and Lower oil-shale groups . The strata of the West Lothian oil- Figure. Simplified geological map of West Lothian (adapted from [5, 6]) and the position of the county in Scotland.
A: Westphalian coal measures; these extend west through Lanarkshire. The oil-shales of the Lothians. The geology of the oil-shale fields, by R. Carruthers, based on the work of H.
Cadell and J. Grant Wilson. Methods of working the oil-shales, by W. Caldwell. III. The oil-shales of the Lothians: part 1: The geology of the oil-shale fields, part 2: Methods of working the oil-shales, part 3: Chemistry and technology of the oil-shales, part 4: History of the Scottish oil-shale industry (3rd edition) Full entry: DT The economic geology of the Stirling and Clackmannan Coalfield: Full entry: DT40A.
The first substantial shale-oil industry was begun in the Lothians of Scotland by John (Paraffin) Young and others in It was initially based on Carboniferous cannel coals (that burned like a candle) and later on oil shales in the same Carboniferous by: 1.
Some oil-shales occur in Jurassic rocks on England’s southern coast, but the principal workings were in Scotland, where they occur in the Strathclyde Group of strata, which formed in the Visean epoch ( Mya) of the Carboniferous period. Most are in West Lothian and adjoining parts of South Lanarkshire.
Page - Scottish Coalfields on the scale of six inches to one mile. Revision of the coalfields was begun in and is in progress. The results are being published in Memoirs, Maps on the scale of one inch to one mile (colour printed) and New Series maps on the scale of six inches to one mile, uncoloured, with geological lines and symbols engraved, or hand-coloured to show.
Get this from a library. The oil-shales of the Lothians. The geology of the oil-shale fields, by R.G. Carruthers; based on the work of H.M. Cadell and J.S. Grant Wilson. Methods of working the oil-shales, by W. Caldwell. III. Chemistry and technology of. Find The Story of the Forth by Cadell, H M - Find The Story of the Forth by Cadell, H M - Book condition: Near Fine Jacket condition: No Wrapper Book Description.
Oil-Shales of The Lothians. A rare original article from the Institution of Civil Engineers reports, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cameron, I. (Ian Burnett) Oil-shales of the Lothians, Scotland. London: H.M.S.O., (OCoLC) The oil shales of the Lothians crop out in the area which extends from the Firth of Forth, between Blackness and S.
Queensferry, south through the former major producing areas of Philpstoun Author: Barbra Harvie. The dominant oil shale facies has a mean TOC of –%, Type II kerogen, and contains 50% matrix amorphinite and only 6% telalginite. About 7% of the oil shales are torbanites (stellarite) which have a mean TOC of 12%, a mean HI of (≤), a mean telalginite content of 17% (≤97%), and oil yields up to l/ by: Kerogen is the solid, high molecular-weight fraction of sedimentary organic matter (OM) that is insoluble in organic solvents (e.g., chloroform) as opposed to the soluble fraction called bitumen.
Kerogen is a macromolecule of condensed cyclic nuclei linked by. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Dr Henry Moubray Cadell of Grange, DL FRSE LLD ( – 10 April ) was a Scottish geologist and geographer, noted for his work on the Moine Thrust, the oil-shale fields of West Lothian, and his experiments in mountain building published in He.
The Oil-Shales of the Lothians. Pt.I the Geology of the Oil-Shale Fields. The first substantial shale-oil industry was begun in the Lothians of Scotland by John (Paraffin) Young and others in It was initially based on Carboniferous cannel coals (that burned like a candle) and later on oil shales in the same Carboniferous succession.
By about shale-oil works were operating in Scotland, and in a. This allowed Broxburn to play a significant role in West Lothian's remarkable oil boom of the late s, based on mineral oil extracted from shale and coal.
The process produced crude oil, paraffin oil, paraffin wax, naptha, gas, coke, and ammonia: and it also produced a bright pink spent shale which was simply piled up in huge "bings", some. Volume 91 Issue3 April Get the most important science stories of the day, free in your inbox.
Sign up for Nature Briefing. The Lothian landscape took over million years to reach its present shape. This book tells the story of its journey from erupting volcanoes, through rivers, seas and ice-caps, to the peaceful parks, restored quarries and level.
A Development Control policy to control the extraction of oil shale bings in West Lothian Introduction Oil shale bings are mineral waste tips and have, therefore, been considered to be derelict land. However, the regular contours and imposing height of the few intact shale bings mean they can be viewed as local landmarks to be preserved (e.g.
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the Geology of the Oil-Shale Fields, by R. Carruthers, Based on the Work of H. Cadell. The history of the oil shale industry started in ancient times. The modern industrial use of oil shale for oil extraction dates to the midth century and started growing just before World War I because of the mass production of automobiles and trucks and the supposed shortage of gasoline for transportation needs.
Between the World Wars oil shale projects were begun in several. The West Lothian oil shales occur in Lower Carboniferous strata in the Upper and Lower oil-shale groups .
The strata of the West Lothian oil shale fields are covered by superficial deposits of boulder clay, sand and gravel beds, and. Geology and Resources of Some World Oil-Shale Deposits. Cover. Oil shales range widely in organic content and oil yield. Commercial grades of oil shale, as determined by their yield of shale oil, ranges from about to liters per metric Geology and Resources of Some World Oil-Shale Deposits.
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Coal oil is a shale oil obtained from the destructive distillation of cannel coal, mineral wax, or bituminous shale, once used widely for illumination. Chemically similar to the more refined, petroleum-derived kerosene, it consists mainly of several hydrocarbons of the alkane series, with 10 to 16 carbon atoms in each molecule, with a boiling point of °C to °C, higher than.
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