2 edition of world outlook for natural gas in the 1980s found in the catalog.
world outlook for natural gas in the 1980s
Paul W. Tucker
This paper was first presented at the "Oil Industry in the 1980s" conference in London on 1 July 1981.
|Statement||Paul W. Tucker and Christopher J. Timms.|
|Series||Technical papers / Institute of Petroleum -- 81-010, Technical papers -- 81-010.|
|Contributions||Timms, Christopher J.|
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