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1 In situ production of Utah oil sandsDeo, Milind D.in situ; oil sands production; Utah oil sands; in situ process; thermal simulator; thermal compositional model; steam assisted gravity drainage; SAGD; heterogenetics; in-situ combustion; hydraulic fracture; hybrid processUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2009-02-27
2 Industrial petroleum research at the University of UtahDeo, Milind D.industrial petroleum; University of Utah; oil and gas characterization; oil and gas thermodynamics; Unconventional ConsortiumUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2008-03-12
3 KTIA corporate introductionKTIA; KTI; minesUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2009-02-27
4 In situ production of Utah oil sandsHuang, Chung-Kan; Rose, Peter E.; Deo, Milind; Gani, Royhanin situ; Utah oil sands; oil sands production; tar sand deposits; Whiterocks eolian sandstoneUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2008-03-12
5 Recovery of bitumen from oil-impregnated sandstone deposits of UtahOblad, A. G.; Seader, J. D.; Miller, J. D.; Bunger, J. W.bitumen recovery; oil-impregnated sandstone deposits; fossil fuels; coal; oil shale; tar sands; Athabasca tar sandsAmerican Institute of Chemical Engineers1976
6 Fluidization of coked sands and pyrolysis of oil sands in a fluidized bed reactor (Abstract only)Tang, Qimingfluidization of coked sands; pyrolysis of oil sands; fluidized bed reactor; coked sands; oil sandsUniversity of Utah, Department of Chemical and Fuels Engineering1995-12
7 Skyline 16 Stratigraphic ColumnBirgenheier, Lauren P.; Vanden Berg, MichaelSkyline 16; stratigraphic column; well core; core logUtah Geological Survey, University of Utah, Sage Geotech2015-07
8 GEOMECHANICAL AND FLUID TRANSPORT PROPERTIESGlauser, Walter
9 Clean and Secure Energy from Domestic Oil Shale and Oil Sands Resources Quarterly Progress ReportSmith, PhilipQuarterly report, CASE quarterly report
10 High efficiency electrical generationBeer, Janos M.efficiency of electrical generation; electrical generation; fossil fuel energy resources; mitigatint GHG emissions; CO2 capture and sequestrationUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2008-05-23
11 High-pressure, entrained flow gasification hierarchySmith, Philip J.gasification hierarchy; entrained flow; high-pressure gasificationUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2009-11-04
12 From oil sand to fuel pump: The challenges of upgrading oil sand bitumenMemmott, Vincent J.oil sand; upgrading oil sand bitumen; oil sand bitumen; oil sands development; crude; bitumenUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2006-09-21
13 Federal control of greenhouse gas emissionsReitze Jr., Arnold W.greenhouse gas emissions; federal control efforts; domestic legislationUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2010-04-28
14 In situ oil shale/sands thermal treatment hierarchySmith, Philip J.hierarchial chart; in situ oil shale/sands; thermal treatment research; liquid fuel production; in situ thermal treatment technologiesUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2009-11-04
15 Clean and Secure Energy from Domestic Oil Shale and Oil Sands Resources: Quarterly progress report - January 2015 to March 2015Smith, Philip J.quarterly report; domestic oil shale resources; domestic oil sands resources; unconventional fuels; oil shale; oil sandsInstitute for Clean and Secure Energy, University of Utah2015
16 13C NMR Spectroscopy: A key contributor for development of the molecular structure of coal and other kerogensPugmire, Ron13C NMR; spectroscopy; molecular structure of coal; coal; molecular structure of kerogens; kerogens; coal macerals; molecular structures and modeling; oil shales; combustion science; kerogen formationDepartments of Chemical Engineering and Chemisty, University of Utah
17 University of Utah and Utah Geological Survey Green River coring project summaryVanden Berg, MichaielGreen River coring project; Skyline 16; oil shale deposits; Green River FormationUtah Geological Survey2015-07
18 Skyline 16 informationVanden Berg, Michael; Birgenheier, Lauren P.Skyline 16; preliminary stratigraphy of Skyline 16; Green River Formation; Protecore samplesUtah Geological Survey, University of Utah, Sage Geotech2015-07
19 Sedimentology of oil-impregnated, lacustrine and fluvial sandstone, P.R. Spring area, southeast Uinta Basin, UtahPicard, M. Dane; High, Lee R. Jr.sedimentology; lacustrine and fluvial sandstone; P. R. Spring area; Oil-impregnated lacustrine and fluvial sandstoneUtah Geological and Mineralogical Survey affiliated with the College of Mines and Mineral Industries, University of Utah1970-08
20 Subtask 3.2: Flameless oxy-gas process heaters for efficient CO2 captureSpinti, JenniferOxy-gas process heaters; efficient CO2 capture; oxy-gas combustionUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2011-03-11
21 Subtask 6.1: Engineering process models for economic impact analysisWilkey, Jonengineering process models; economic impact analysis; domestic heavy oil; developing domestic heavy oil/sands/shale resourcesUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2011-03-10
22 Subtask 4.3: Multiscale thermal processing of oil shaleTiwari, Pankaj; Deo, Milindthermal processing; oil shale; oil shale treatment; thermal treatmentUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2011-03-10
23 Subtask 4.4: Effect of oil shale processing on water compositionTiwari, Pankaj; Deo, Milindoil shale processing; water composition; unconventional fuels; oil shale; oil sands; oil shale developmentUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2011-03-10
24 Subtask 4.5: Pore scale analysis of oil shale/sands pyrolysisLin, C. L.; Miller, J. D.; Hsieh, C. H.pore scale analysis; oil shale pyrolysis; oil sands pyrolysis; x-ray CT; pore network structure; flow simulation; LB methodUniversity of Utah2011-03-10
25 Opportunities for oxy-firing to reduce life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions from transportation fuelsKelly, K. E.; Wilkey, J.; Ring, T.; Castro, B.; Sarofim, A. F.; Pershing, D. W.GHG; oxy-firing; reduce greenhouse gas emissions; transportation fuel emissions; CO2 analysis; oil sandsUniversity of Utah, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy2011-03-10
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