|1.||E. Puura. Technogenic minerals in the waste rock heaps of Estonian oil shale mines and their use to predict the environmental impact of the waste||99-107|
|2.||I. A. Toomik, T. Tomberg. The impact of blasting depth on the intensity of ground vibrations||109-115|
|3.||N. Domanova. Experience of underworking a water basin (in conditions of Estonian oil shale deposit) (Summary)||117-123|
|4.||Li Shuyuan, Wang Guojin, Wang Jianqiu, Qian Jialin. Characteristics of NOx emission in fluidized bed combustion of oil shale||125-132|
|5.||L. Mölder, H. Tamvelius, L. Tiikma. Viscosity of shale oil originated distillate oil - residual petroleum oil binary blends||133-140|
|6.|| H. Luik, E. Lindaru, N. Vink, L. Maripuu. Upgrading of Estonian shale oil distillation fractions. |
1. Hydrogenation of the "diesel fraction"
|7.||V. Yefimov, I. Pulemyotov, S. Doilov. Low-temperature processing of Colombian coal in experimental retort||149-155|
|8.||V. Kashirskii, G. Varnakhova. Heterocyclic sulfur compounds in low-boiling fractions of oil obtained at retorting Volga-basin shales (Summary)||157-160|
|9.|| E. Volkov, G. Stelmakh. The stages of research on creating commercial units for processing the oil shale fines. |
Development of the process "Galoter" in 1944-1999
|10.||Vladimir Proskuryakov 80||187|
|11.||Vladimir Kashirskii 85||189|
|12.||Additional 1999 issues of Oil Shale||191|
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