Energy Driving Force of Economic Development: Energy Policy for the 1990s
Direction des communications of the ministère de l'énergie et des ressources, 1988 - Energy policy - 117 pages
Policy paper setting out the position of Quebec's energy sector as a main factor in its economic development. The paper sets out: energy policy objectives; opportunities in electricity, natural gas, and oil and petrochemicals; research and technological development; environmental aspects of energy development and use; and the role of the government in the development of energy resources.
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