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Northeast Brownfields Grant Webinar For Assessment Grant Proposals

Northeast Brownfields Grant Webinar For Assessment Grant Proposals

Northeast Brownfields Grant Webinar For Assessment Grant Proposals. Summerset at Frick Park, Pittsburgh, Pa. Northeast Brownfields Grant Proposal Workshop Understanding the FY-2009 Proposal Guidelines for Assessment Grants September 17, 2008. Presenters: Dianne Kelley, EPA Region 1

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UNITED CONSULTING Presentation to

UNITED CONSULTING Presentation to

UNITED CONSULTING Presentation to. www.unitedconsulting.com. Georgia Brownfields Why and How. John Clerici, P.E. Chief Environmental Consultant. Superfund Re-authorization. Identification due diligence AAI Protection for adjacent property releases Protection for on-site releases

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Petroleum. Eliška Kopecká Pavla Hrdličková. Petroleum. Thick dark brown or greenish liquid It‘s name comes from Latin petr – rock and oleum – oil Sometimes we called it black gold Petrol exists in the upper strata of some areas of the Earth‘s crust. Origin of petrol.

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Petroleum. Organic Chemistry. Organic Chemistry Used to be considered chemistry of living things (or things that were once living … like petroleum)

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Petroleum. By: Maria Fortiz ,Alondra Ayala and Leilani Rivera. What is petroleum???.

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Elizabeth Bryant, Period 8, 12/13/12. Advantages and Disadvantages Advantages Electricity can be cheaply generated using petroleum. Petroleum is easily transported to power stations. Power plants can be built anywhere if they can get a supply of petroleum. Disadvantages

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Petroleum. The Refining Process. Petroleum Composition. Petroleum is a complex mixture of hydrocarbons Mostly saturated or aromatic (~10%) Small amounts of S (up to 10%), O (up to 5%), N (up to 1%), can have trace amounts of V, Fe, Al, Ca, Cu, Ni, Na, U

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Petroleum

Petroleum. Oil Rig from air. Brunei. Oil Outline. A. History of Use B. Formation of Oil C. Concentration of Oil D. Oil Recovery E. Oil Refining F. Where is the oil? G. How long will it last? H. What are the environmental Concerns? I. Real cost of oil. History of Use.

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Petroleum . By: Jocelyn Sun, Angela Chung, Sharon Na, Sophie Schnee Period 6. What is Petroleum?. Petroleum is classified as a fossil fuel Formed when organisms die and are covered in sediment High pressures are applied to prevent the organisms from decaying, therefore creating a liquid oil

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Petroleum. What is it? Where does it come from? What is it used for? How do we get it?. Organic Chemistry. Organic Chemistry. Organic Molecules. Organic Molecules contain carbon and can form very large molecules They can form 4 covalent bonds….do you remember what they are???

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Petroleum. silver. Silver petroleum. Is used for different types of energy Wind silver panels. Used for energy like water bottles

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Petroleum. Energy Systems with Dr. Mihir Sen By Jeff Ulrich , Spring 2012. Outline. Historical Chemistry Formation Extraction Refining Miscellaneous. Historical: Ancient. “Rock Oil” in Greek Four thousand years Waterproofing agent Asphalt as mortar China: 347 C.E . (800 ft)

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