DEMAC

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DEMACDesign and Technology Methodology for ASIS
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"Oil in place of 80 billion barrels is based on a P50 resource estimate," said DeMac senior vice president Dr John Hornbrook.
"Demac evaluated the reservoir and test data, evaluated volumetric and recovery potential, and provided reports documenting both prospective and contingent resources," said a company spokesman yesterday.
"Unfortunately Demac closed its Birmingham offices and I was made redundant.
On a vacant six-acre lot located just off Trout Lake Road, Burlington developers DeMac Properties plan to build a two-phase, 114-unit complex tucked behind a new Hyundai dealership.
Demac, Keeping America Uninformed: Government Secrecy in the 1980s (New York: Pilgrim Press, 1984), p.
Today a growing number of critics, including Ben Bagdikian, Noam Chomsky, Donna Demac, Edward Herman, Michael Parenti, Herbert Schiller and others, point to a shirking press in a gilded corporate cage.
Publishers now are demanding all electronic rights as well as rights in media and technology "whether now known or hereafter invented." This "all-encompassing clause" commands authors' particular and separate attention, and I refer you to Nan Levinson and Donna Demac's article in this issue for more information.)