Joint report on the bituminous, or oil-shales of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia
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Joint report on the bituminous, or oil-shales of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia also, On the oil-shale industry of Scotland by R. W. Ells

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Published by Dept. of Mines, Mines Branch and Geological Survey Branch in Ottawa .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Oil-shales -- New Brunswick,
  • Oil-shales -- Nova Scotia,
  • Oil-shales -- Scotland

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby R.W. Ells.
ContributionsCanada. Geological Survey Branch., Canada. Mines Branch.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. l., 61, 75 p. xv pl. (incl. front.) diagrs.
Number of Pages75
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14810789M

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Bituminous Shales of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, with notes on the geology of the oil-shales of Scotland. Geological Survey, Canada. Annual Summary Report, , No. , pp. Ells, Dr. R. W. Joint Report--Part I. Bituminous or Oil-shales of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Mines Branch, Department of Mines, No. 55, pp. 1. Canada. Mines Branch: Annual report on the mineral production of Canada. (Ottawa [etc.]), also by Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Canada. Dominion Bureau of Statistics. Mines Branch: Austin Brook iron-bearing district, New Brunswick [electronic resource] / (Ottawa: Govt. Print. Bureau, ), also by E. Lindeman (page images at. 2, Report , Mines Branch (Ottawa, ). 'R. W. Ells, "Joint Report on the Bituminous or Oil Shales of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick," Rep Mines Branch (Ottawa, ); E. Haanel, "Summary Report of the Mines Branch of the Department of Mines for the Calendar Year Ending December. Ells, R. W. - Joint Report on the Bituminous, or Oil-Shales of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Also, On the Oil-Shale Industry of Scotland. Part I. Economics. Part II. Geology. - Published: Ells, R. W. - Second Report on the Geology of a Portion of the Province of Quebec. - .

This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. However, the majority of the in­place shale oil resources remain poorly known. The most explored deposits are those in the provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. Of the areas in Nova Scotia known to contain oil shales, development has been attempted at two—Stellarton and Antigonish. History of coal in Canada. Coal has been mined in Canada since when a small mine was opened at Grand Lake, New French soldiers opened a mine in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia to supply the fortress of Breton later supplied coal to Boston and other American ports. Commercial mining in New Brunswick began in although most of the province's coal production.   (2.) Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, P.O. Box , Hahf ax, NS B3J 2T9, Canada (3.) New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources and Energy, Geological Surveys Branch, P.O. Box , Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1, Canada (4.) Geological Survey of Canada, Booth Street, Ottawa, ON KIA 0E8, Canada.