IMPACT ON AIR QUALITY OF ALTERNATE STRATEGIES FOR THE PRODUCTION, DISTRIBUTION AND UTILIZATION OF ENERGY IN TEXAS 1975-2000
The impact of alternate fuel sources and growth on ambient air quality in Texas through the year 2000. Major energy consuming segments of society were examined for projected growth and possible changes in fuel sources. Major shifts in fuel composition are projected as a result of the decreased availability of natural gas. Projected capital costs for emission controls of stationary industrial plants in Texas are shown.
- Prepared in cooperation with Texas Air Control Board, Austin.
Texas Governor's Energy Advisory CouncilAustin, TX USA
National Science FoundationAdvanced Energy Research and Technology Division
Washington, DC USA 20550
Texas Air Control BoardAustin, TX USA
- Stewart, B
- Publication Date: 1975-1
- Pagination: 325 p.
- TRT Terms: Agriculture; Air; Air pollution; Air quality management; Carbon monoxide; Costs; Demand; Electric power supply; Electric utilities; Electricity; Energy; Environmental impacts; Forecasting; Fuel conservation; Fuel consumption; Fuels; Hydrogen sulfide; Industrial plants; Industries; Metal industry; Mining; Nitric oxide; Nitrogen oxides; Paper industry; Particles; Petroleum industry; Quality control; Sulfur dioxide; Transportation
- Uncontrolled Terms: Quality; Sources
- Geographic Terms: Texas
- Old TRIS Terms: Dispersion; Electric power demand; Fuel management; Petrochemistry
- Subject Areas: Energy; Research; Transportation (General);
- Accession Number: 00092728
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: Final Rpt., NSF/RA/N-74-234
- Contract Numbers: NSF-SIA73-05812, NSF-GI-44085
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Nov 5 1975 12:00AM