27 relations: Burrinjuckia, Economy of Estonia, Eesti Küttejõud, Eesti Kiviõli, Eestimaa Õlikonsortsium, Energy in Estonia, Environmental impact of the oil shale industry, Esimene Eesti Põlevkivitööstus, Estonia in World War II, Galoter process, Geography of Estonia, Geology of the Baltic Sea, Glen Davis Shale Oil Works, History of the oil shale industry, Kiviter process, Kontinentale Öl, Kukersite, Kurtna Lake District, Narva Power Plants, New Consolidated Gold Fields, Nikolay Pogrebov, Oil shale, Oil shale in Belarus, Oil shale in Serbia, Shale oil extraction, Sillamäe, Väike-Pungerja.
Burrinjuckia is an ichnogenus of bioclaustrations (a type of trace fossil).
Estonian economy is an advanced economy and a member of the European Union and of the eurozone.
AS Eesti Küttejõud (also: AS Eesti Kütte-Jõud; commonly: Küttejõud; literally: Estonian Heating Power) was an oil shale company located in Küttejõu, Estonia.
AS Eesti Kiviõli (Estnische Steinöl AG, English: Estonian Oil Shale Co. Ltd.) was an oil shale company located in Kiviõli, Estonia.
Eestimaa Õlikonsortsium (Estländska Oljeskifferkonsortiet; Estonian Oil Consortium) was an oil shale company located in Sillamäe, Estonia.
Energy in Estonia describes energy and electricity production, consumption and import in Estonia.
Environmental impact of the oil shale industry includes the consideration of issues such as land use, waste management, and water and air pollution caused by the extraction and processing of oil shale.
Esimene Eesti Põlevkivitööstus (literally: First Estonian Oil Shale Industry) was an oil shale company located in Kohtla-Järve, Estonia.
Before the outbreak of the Second World War, Germany and the Soviet Union signed the German-Soviet Nonaggression Pact, concerning the partition and disposition of sovereign states, including Estonia, and in particular its Secret Additional Protocol of August 1939.
The Galoter process (also known as TSK, UTT, or SHC; its newest modifications are called Enefit and Petroter) is a shale oil extraction technology for a production of shale oil, a type of synthetic crude oil.
Between 57.3 and 59.5 latitude and 21.5 and 28.1 longitude, Estonia lies on the eastern shores of the Baltic Sea on the level northwestern part of the rising East European Platform.
The Geology of the Baltic Sea is characterized by having both areas located at the Baltic Shield of the East European Craton and the Danish-North German-Polish Caledonides.
The Glen Davis Shale Oil Works was a shale oil extraction plant in Glen Davis, New South Wales, Australia which operated from 1940 until 1952 and was the last oil-shale operation in Australia until the Stuart Oil Shale Project in the late 1990s.
The history of the oil shale industry started in ancient times.
The Kiviter process is an above ground retorting technology for shale oil extraction.
Kontinentale Öl AG (Konti Öl) was a German oil company during World War II.
Kukersite is a light-brown marine type oil shale of Ordovician age.
The Kurtna Lake District is located in north-eastern Estonia.
The Narva Power Plants (Narva Elektrijaamad) are a power generation complex in and near Narva in Estonia, near the border with Leningrad Oblast, Russia.
New Consolidated Gold Fields Ltd Estonian Branch (commonly known as Goldfields) was an oil shale company located in Kohtla-Nõmme, Estonia.
Nikolay Pogrebov, (Николай Фёдорович Погребов; in Saint Petersburg – 10 January 1942 in Leningrad) was a Russian and Soviet hydrogeologist and an engineering geologist.
Oil shale is an organic-rich fine-grained sedimentary rock containing kerogen (a solid mixture of organic chemical compounds) from which liquid hydrocarbons, called shale oil (not to be confused with tight oil—crude oil occurring naturally in shales), can be produced.
Oil shale in Belarus is a large, but undeveloped energy resource.
Oil shale in Serbia is a large, but undeveloped energy resource.
Shale oil extraction is an industrial process for unconventional oil production.
Sillamäe (Силламяэ), known also in Germanized version as Sillamäggi or Sillamägi (Estonian for "Bridge Hill"), is a town in Ida-Viru County in the northern part of Estonia, on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland.
Väike-Pungerja is a village in Alutaguse Parish, Ida-Viru County in northeastern Estonia.