Bituminous shale


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an argillaceous shale impregnated with bitumen, often accompanying coal.
See under Bituminous.

See also: Bituminous, Shale

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On the bituminous shale and a newly detected combustible rock formation of the transitional Estonia, supplemented by remarks on some geological phenomena of modern times.
The BIR defined indigenous petroleum as 'locally extracted mineral oil, hydrocarbon gas, bitumen, crude asphalt, mineral gas and all other similar or naturally associated substances with the exception of coal, peat, bituminous shale and/or stratified mineral deposits.
Black bituminous shale, chert and other siliceous rocks are best host of phosphate and these are frequently found in Indus basin of Pakistan and further exploration should be accelerated because Pakistan is an agricultural country.
The copper minerals occur in a horizon of sandstone, bituminous shale, and dolomite, all of which vary in thickness between 3 m and 17 m, occasionally reaching 25 m.
com/research/0462b7/the_world_market_f) has announced the addition of the "The World Market for Bituminous Shale and Tar Sands: A 2011 Global Trade Perspective" report to their offering.
The lacustrine sediments in the basin include coal and bituminous shale beds of varying thickness.
Investigation of outcrop area and source rock characteristics of bituminous shale of western and northwestern Anatolia is important.
Scientific Investigation and Economic Potential of Bituminous Shale Field in Bolu-Goynuk-Hasanlar and Suburbs (Hatildagi), Turkish Coal Institute.
On the bituminous shale and a newly detected combustible rock formation in the Province of Estonia, supplemented by remarks on some geological phenomena of modern times.
5] consists of alternating marl and claystone layers and contains some bituminous shale (100 m in thickness).
The Ma'reb/Jawf area was mostly covered in sand but included a diapiric salt anticline with some associated bituminous shales.