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Goč oil shale deposit

Goč oil shale deposit

The Goč oil shale deposit is an oil shale deposit located in Vrnjačka Banja, Raška District, Serbia. The deposit has oil shale reserves amounting to 22 million tonnes, one of the largest oil shale reserves in Serbia and Europe and has an organic content equivalent to 1 million tonnes of shale oil.[1]

Goč oil shale deposit
LocationVrnjačka Banja
Raška District
ProductsOil shale


Citation Linkportal.issn.orgČokorilo, Voijin; Lilić, Nikola; Purga, Jaanus; Milisavljević, Vladimir (2009). "Oil shale potential in Serbia" (PDF). Oil Shale. A Scientific-Technical Journal. Estonian Academy Publishers. 26 (4): 451–462. doi:10.3176/oil.2009.4.02. ISSN 0208-189X. Retrieved 2010-09-12.
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Citation Linkwww.kirj.ee"Oil shale potential in Serbia"
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Citation Linkdoi.org10.3176/oil.2009.4.02
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Citation Linkwww.worldcat.org0208-189X
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