Institute of Gas Technology research reports, 1977-1979
1. Research reports from the Institute of Gas Technology: with the following "A Survey of United States and Total World Production, proved reserves and remaining recoverable resources of fossils fuels and uranium as of December 31, 1977" Joseph D. Parent and Henry R Linden, 1977; "Comparison of National Energy Consumption Data" Joseph D Parent and Henry R Linden, 1977; "Development of the Department of Gas Engineering", 1978; "Low-BTU Gas from the IGT Ash Agglomeration Gasification Process" by A. Rehmat, M.K. Vora and W.A. Sandstrom, 1978; "The Fuel Cell Option" by Keith F. Blurton, 1978; SNG and Industrial Fuel Gas by Karl S. Vorres, 1978; "Energy Production from Municipal Wastes" by Donald L. Klass, 1978; "Perspectives on U.S. and World Energy Problems: by Henry R. Linden, Joseph Parent, and J. Glenn Saey, 1979. 2. "A Survey of United States and Total World Production, Proved Reserves, and Remaining Recoverable Resources of Fossil Fuels and Uranium" by Joseph D. Parent, 1977
- Majority of material found within 1977-1979
Language of Materials
Records are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
Available for Research
The Institute of Gas Technology (IGT or GTI) was established in 1941 by members of the American gas industry for instruction and research on topics related to natural gas production, use and distribution. In later years, IGT's research areas expanded to also include alternative energy sources. From 1941-1977 IGT was housed on IIT's campus and was loosely affiliated with the University. In 1994 IGT moved to Des Plaines, Illinois and was renamed Gas Technology Institute; it is no longer associated with IIT.
Was separated from 1998.130 and assigned same number (1998.130). The collection number was changed on 7/14/2017 to 011.02.02.
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