Study: Estonia a stark example of environmental hazards of oil shale
Archived Articles 28 Jul 2009  EWR
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David O. Williams, Colorado Independent

Looking for further evidence that oil shale production is — or at least should be — a nonstarter on Colorado’s Western Slope until oil and gas companies radically refine the massively water-intensive process?

Conservationists say there’s no better example than Estonia.

The world’s leading producer and consumer of oil shale — generated by superheating organic kerogen trapped in rocks in sand — Estonia has seen some serious environmental problems over the course of 80 years of production, according to a study published in the journal of the London-based Royal Society of Chemistry.

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