Oil shale (Estonian: põlevkivi) is a strategic energy resource that constitutes about 4% of Estonia's gross domestic product.The oil shale industry in Estonia is one of the most developed in the world. In 2012 the country's shale industry employed 6500 people about 1% of the national workforce. Of all the shale fired power stations in the world the two largest are in .Read More
Old tires are a big disaster for nature but for oil producers it is energy-rich material as one ton of tires contains about 4 times more oil than one ton of oil shale. With the Enefit technology up to 10% of oil shale can be replaced with old tyres and used to produce semi-coke gas and electricity.Read More
Sep 01 2016 · DH PEF Cogeneration plant efficiency Renewable fuels PEF Energy production equipment The share of renewable fuels in heat production Renewable-fuel boiler efficiency Peak load boiler efficiency Flue gas condenser capacity1 Total Electrical Heat 0.2 0.8 only 0 85% 92% - - - - 1.28 1.28 85% 85% 92% - - - - 0.43 1.07 85% 92% - - - - 0 ...Read More
From the 1950s the main use was changed to power generation by burning in power stations. Oil shale became the main energy source for Estonia and North-West part of Soviet Union and its use in power stations and for processing of rise rapidly. shale mining production reached its maximum level of 31.35 Mtons per year in 1980.Read More
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