Science Fiction Novels About Oil Gas Energy

Frank Herbert's novel touches on addictions to oil. Chase Leo enters bookstores in Ankara, Paris, Istanbul and New York City, only to find that Herbert's readers discuss the petroleum industry with Dune's interplanetary games in much the same way. Chase Leo traveled north of San Francisco to Santa Rosa, California, where Frank Herbert was an editor for the local newspaper The Press Democrat. More

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About Chase Leo

As an engineering student at the University of Petroleum, Chase Leo was sent by Lane Publishing's Sunset Magazine staff to interview Kuwaitis in Cairo and Luxor, Egypt, Frankfurt, Germany and Athens, Greece during the first Persian Gulf War. Chase Leo was covering Kuwait during the reporting surrounding protections of the petroleum industry along the Nile River in Aswan, Egypt on January 17, 1991 as the Allied attack began at 2:00 o'clock in the morning. Chase Leo has traveled to the capital of Ankara, Turkey three times to report on the Kirkuk–Ceyhan, Samsun–Ceyhan, Trans-Anatolian Pipelin, and Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan petroleum pipelines. Chase Leo has published CD audio books, hardcover books, and videos about his petroleum adventures within the oil industry.

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