Browsing Department of Geography by Subject "oil"
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(Sage, 2016)Geographers tend to see energy systems as intricately interwoven with society and relatively resistant to change. We argue that there is a danger of exaggerating the permanence and stability of the energy–society relationship. ...Journal article
Impacts of the oil and gas industry on the livelihoods of men and women working in the fisheries: a study of Shama, Ghana. (The University of Bergen, 2015-05-14)The discovery of oil and gas in Ghana in 2007 and subsequent production since 2010 have sparked high development and economic expectations in various sectors of the Ghanaian economy. The oil exploration and production may ...Master thesis
Large-Scale Sugarcane Ethanol Production and Its Implications to Ethiopia: A System Dynamics Approach (The University of Bergen, 2017-12-21)Ethiopia imports oil products for its fuel requirements, and the demand for fuel is rapidly increasing. Research indicates that imported fuel accounts for the lion‟s share of the total import expenditure and absorbs much ...Master thesis