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" No preparation is necessary for its combustion and no residue is left. It is easily distributed in pipes to points of consumption many miles distant, and no known method for the distribution of power equals in economy that of the transportation of a gaseous... "
Congressional Serial Set - Seite 631
1901
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West Virginia Geological Survey, Band 1,Teil 1

West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey - 1904
...when the gas may be brought to the surface, where it is at once ready to be used as fuel and light or to become a direct source of power in the gas engine....transportation of a gaseous fuel in pipes. ' ' The above tables prepared by Mr. OHpbant, show that the ordinary natural gas engine consumes only 13 feet...
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Mineral Resources of the United States

United States. Bureau of Mines - 1902
...earth at the mouth of the well until it reaches the farthest consumer at the end of the pipe line. No preparation is necessary for its combustion, and no residue is left. It needs only to be mixed with the proper amount of air and to have the combustion started by a naked...
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Workers of the Nation: An Encyclopedia of the Occupations of the ..., Band 2

Gilson Willets - 1903 - 1104 Seiten
...of natural gas. This statement is contained in the reports of the United States Geological Survey. All other fuels require a large amount of labor to...reservoirs of this ideal fuel, so far as known, are found in the northwestern flank of the Appalachian Mountains, extending from northern-central New York to...
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Catholic World, Band 77

1903
...where it is at once ready to be used as fuel or to become a direct source of power in the gas-engine. No preparation is necessary for its combustion and...flank of the Appalachian mountains, extending from northern- central New York to central Tennessee, and on the summit of the great Cincinnati arch in...
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Catholic World, Band 77

1903
...where it is at once ready to be used as fuel or to become a direct source of power in the gas-engine. No preparation is necessary for its combustion and...flank of the Appalachian mountains, extending from northern- central New York to central Tennessee, and on the summit of the great Cincinnati arch in...
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Workers of the Nation: An Encyclopedia of the Occupations of the ..., Band 2

Gilson Willets - 1903
...it is at once ready to be used as fuel, or to become a direct source of power in the gas engine. Xo preparation is necessary for its combustion and no...reservoirs of this ideal fuel, so far as known, are found in the northwestern flank of the Appalachian Mountains, extending from northern-central New York to...
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West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey, Band 1,Teil 1

1904
...when the gas may be brought to the surface, where it is at once ready to be used as fuel and light or to become a direct source of power in the gas engine....equals in economy that of the transportation of a gascous fuel in pipes. ' ' The above tables propared by Mr. Oliphant, show that the ordinary natural...
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Reports, Band 1,Teil 1

West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey - 1904 - 625 Seiten
...fuel and light, or to become a direct source of power in tie pas entrine. No preparation is necessnry for its combustion and no residue is left. It is easily...transportation of a gaseous fuel in pipes. ' ' The above tables prepared by Mr. Oliphant, show that the ordinary natural gas engine consumes only 13 feet...
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Petroleum and Natural Gas, Precise Levels, Band 1,Teil 1

Israel Charles White - 1904 - 625 Seiten
...where it is at onre ready to he used as fuel and light or to become a direct source of power in Uie gas engine. No preparation is necessary for its combustion...and no known method for the distribution of power pquals in economy that of tl\u transportation of a gaseous fuel in pipes. ' ' The above tables prepared...
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The Encyclopedia Americana: A Universal Reference Library Comprising ..., Band 7

Scientific American, inc - 1905
...of carbon and hydrogen, and is a perfect fuel as it issues from its original rock-sealed reservoirs. No preparation is necessary for its combustion and no residue is left. It is not affected by ordinary temperature and it is easily distributed by pipes to points of consumption....
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