High Altitude Energy: A History of Fossil Fuels in Colorado

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Index
Page numbers in italics indicate illustrations.
Acid rain, 198
Adams, Robert W., 108
Adams County, 59, 117, 119, 135, 178
Adams Drilling, 134
Adena field, 117, 118—119, 135
AEC. See Atomic Energy Commission
Air quality, 103. See also Pollution
Alamo Oil Company, 54
Alamosa, 122
Alamosa County, 59
Alaska, 138, 189, 205
Alderson, Victor C., 151
Algeria, 137
Alkylation, 120
Allen, Charles, 93
Allen Mine, 93, 94, 95, 97,202, 203
Amarillo (Texas), 128
AMAX, 95—96
Amber Oil Company, 55
Amerada Petroleum Company, 115
American Fuel Company, 13, 15, 38
American Gilsonite Company, 123
American Oil Processes Ltd., 58
American Petroleum Institute, 159
American Royalty Trust, 186
American Shale Refining Company, 148— 149
American Smelting and Refining Company (ASARCO), 32, 35, 39
Ammonia, as by-product, 41, 82, 92
Ammons, Elias M., 16—17
Amoco Production Company, 135, 193, 194, 196, 205
Anaconda Oil and Refining Company, 69—70
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, 194
Anderson Coal Company, W. W., 106
Anthracite, 2, 4
Anvil Points plant, 155—156, 160; U.S. Navy and, 157—158, 184
Apex Refining Company, 58, 69
Appalachian states, 112
Arab oil embargo, 162, 164, 165—167, 180
Arapahoe County, 3, 119, 124, 135, 178

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • High Altitude a History of Fossil Fuels in Colorado Energy *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations *
  • Preface *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • 1 - King Coal 1860—1930 *
  • 2 - Smelter Fuel 1877—1930 *
  • 3 - Lamp Oil to Motor Fuel 1860—1930 *
  • 4 - Lighting and Heating with Gas 1870—1930 *
  • 5 - Coal from Bust to Boom Again, 1930 —1973 *
  • 6 - Fuel for the Car Culture 1930—1973 *
  • 7 - Natural Gas 1930—1973 *
  • 8 - Synthetic Fuels 1917—1973 *
  • 9 - Energy Crisis 1973—1985 *
  • 10 - Beyond the Energy Crisis *
  • Bibliographical Essay *
  • Index *
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