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126 HP Oxy-Combustion of Syngas from Underground Coal GasificationHP oxy-combustion; syngas; underground coal gasification; UCG; clean energy systems; CES process6th Annual International Conference & Workshop on Underground Coal Gasification, 23rd - 24th March 2011
127 Technical-economical comparison between UCG and surface gasification2011-03-23UCG; surface gasification; technical-economical comparison; syngas6th Annual International Conference & Workshop on Underground Coal Gasification, 23rd - 24th March 2011
128 Increasing Depth in UCG: Advantage or Disadvantage?2011-03-23well depth comparison; well depth; UCG; UCG reactor; UCG process module; process parameters; study cases6th Annual International Conference & Workshop on Underground Coal Gasification, 23rd - 24th March 2011
129 Site Evaluation for UCG Prospects2011-03-21UCG; site evaluation; JMC; UCG prospects; deep mine planingUCG Training Course, March 21-22, 2011, Deloitte, London
130 Strategic Monitoring of Underground Coal Gasification2011-03-23strategic monitoring; Underground Coal Gasification; process monitoring; groundwater monitoring; LLNL; UCG6th Annual International Conference & Workshop on Underground Coal Gasification, 23rd - 24th March 2011
131 Increasing of UCG effectiveness by laboratory research2011-03-23UCG efectiveness; syngas quality; thermodynamics model; syngas composition; dynamic thermal model; syngas calorific value; syngas; experimental research6th Annual International Conference & Workshop on Underground Coal Gasification, 23rd - 24th March 2011
132 Introduction to Underground Coal Gasification: A Clean, Safe, Indigenous Energy Supply2011-03-21underground coal gasification; energy supply; UCG; UCG technology developmentUCG Training Course, March 21-22, 2011, Deloitte, London
133 Infrastructure Processing and Utilisation of UCG2011-03-21UCG; underground coal gasification; infrastructure processing of UCG; utilization of UCG; infrastructure requirements; well drilling; pilot plants; commercial plantsUCG Training Course, March 21-22, 2011, Deloitte, London
134 Detailed kinetic analysis of oil shale pyrolysis TGA data2011-03-22kinetic analysis; oil shale pyrolysis; TGA data; AIChE; oil shale resourses; western United States; Green River oil shaleThere are significant resources of oil shale in the western United States, which if exploited in an environmentally responsible manner would provide secure access to transportation fuels. Understanding the kinetics of kerogen decomposition to oil is critical to designing a viable process. A dataset ...
135 Compositional and kinetic analysis of oil shale pyrolysis using TGA-MS2012-04compositional analysis; kinetic analysis; oil shale pyrolysis; TGA-MS; oil shale; western United States; oil productionThere are vast resources of oil shale in the western United States. Development of technically and economically effective technologies for the conversion of oil shale to liquid fuels will help provide a long-term and secure source of transportation fuels. Developing good understanding of the decompo...
136 Scientific drilling: Directional drilling in coal2011-03-21scientific drilling; directional drilling in coal; drilling; UCG training course; UCGUCG Training Course, March 21-22, 2011, Deloitte, London
137 Western States Energy and Environment Symposium2009-10-27Wyoming House Bill no. HB0295; energy efficiency; rate payer protection; regulatory process; carbon capture; carbon storage; symposiumThe Western States Energy & Environment Symposium convened at Teton Village in Jackson Hole, Wyoming from October 25-27, 2009. The Symposium was sponsored by the State of Wyoming as authorized by the Wyoming Legislature in House Bill No. 295. HB 295 established a steering committee to guide the plan...
138 Oil-impregnated sandstone deposits Circle Cliffs Uplift, Utah1981-04oil-impregnated sandstone; Utah deposits; Circle Cliffs Uplift; Triassic Moenkopi Formation; oil-impregnated sandstone resourceOne of the major oil-impregnated sandstone deposits in the United States is present on the Circle Cliffs uplift in an unnamed sandstone unit in the middle portion of the Triassic Moenkopi Formation. The deposit occurs on the west and east flanks of the uplift and is separated by an irregular barren ...
139 Underground coal thermal treatment research at the University of Utah2011-03-23underground coal; thermal treatment research; University of Utah; underground coal pyrolysis; SNG yeilds; UCTT6th Annual International Conference & Workshop on Underground Coal Gasification, 23rd - 24th March 2011
140 Prudhoe Bay--a 10 year perspective1980Prudhoe Bay field; U. S. oil field; geology summary; reservoir potential; petroleum explorationThe Prudhoe Bay field is recognized as the largest oil field in the United States. The Permian-Triassic reservoirs, estimated to contain reserves of 9.6 billion bbl of oil and 26 Tcf of gas, have overshadowed other known substantial accumulations of hydrocarbons in formations ranging in age from Mis...
141 Oil-impregnated sandstone between Dirty Devil and Colorado and Green Rivers Garfield and Wayne Counties, Utah1969-02-26oil-impregnated sandstone; Utah sandstone; mineral resources inventory; Tar Sand TriangleThis paper presents the results of two months of field work done as a part of the Utah Geological Survey's continuing inventory of the mineral resources of the state of Utah. Prior to this field work. Survey field parties had worked in the area intermittently in 1967 and 1968 laying the ground work ...
142 The flotation behavior of digested Asphalt Ridge tar sands1980-02-28flotation behavior; Asphalt Ridge tar sands; digested tar sands; Utah tar sands; bitumen; synthetic crude oilTar sand deposits in Utah represent more than 25 billion barrels of in-place bitumen, 96% of the known U.S. reserves. The technological development of a hot water processing strategy for the Canadian tar sands and the commercial production of synthetic crude oil from this natural resource suggest th...
143 Pore scale analysis of oil shale pyrolysis by X-ray CT and LB simulation2010-09-09pore scale analysis; oil shale pyrolysis; X-ray CT; LB simulation; oil shale; shale oil procuction; pore structureThere are important questions concerning the quality and volume of pore space that is created when oil shale is pyrolyzed for the purpose of producing shale oil. In this paper, we pyrolyzed 1.9 cm diameter cores at different temperatures and heating rates. Detailed 3D imaging of the core before and ...
144 Review of the world's major oil sand deposits1974oil sand deposits; major oil sand deposits; oil reserves; non-conventional oil; oil sands; oil shale; coal; syncrude production; review; types of oil depositsThe solution of today's energy equation lies in crash programmes for the development of alternative fuels to supplement dwindling conventional oil reserves. Conse quently, sources of non-conventional oil such as oil sands, oil-shale and coal are being given greater consid eration. The production of ...
145 Uranium deposits of Temple Mountain1954uranium deposits; Temple Mountain, Utah; mining oreTemple Mountain is a prominent topographic feature on the southeast flank of the San Rafael Swell in Emery County, Utah, the outline of which resembles the Temple at Salt Lake City. The existence of uranium in this area has been known for many years, but mining at Temple Mountain in the early part o...
146 U.S. tar sand oil recovery projects--19851985-07-31U. S. tar sand; oil recovery projects; tar sand resource; in situ processesSince crude oil prices declined in the early 1980's, U.S. tar sand activities have declined to a level approximating that of the early 1970's. Twenty of the 43 reported projects are in California reservoirs containing bitumen with relatively low viscosities. Only four current or planned projects are...
147 Organic petrology and rock-eval studies on oil shales from the Lower Carboniferous Rocky Brook Formation, Western Newfloundland1989-03organic petrology; rock-eval studies; oil shales; Lower Carboniferous Rocky Brook Formation; microscopy and geochemical analysis; rock-eval pyrolysisNine samples of oil shale from the Carboniferous Rocky Brook Formation along Rocky Brook in western Newfoundland were studied by incident light microscopy and geochemical analysis (Rock-Eval pyrolysis) to determine the maceral components, geochemical type, and maturation level of the kerogen fractio...
148 Upgrading of bitumen by hydropyrolysis -- A process for low coke and high syncrude yields1985-07bitumen; hydropyrolysis; low coke yeilds; high syncrude yeildsThe Department of Fuels Engineering at the University of Utah has been conducting research on the chemistry and engineering of hydropyrolysis for several years. It was previously observed (Ramakrishnan, 1978; Shabtai et al., 1979) that under certain reaction conditions hydrocarbon species undergo cr...
149 Oil sands: Resource, recovery, and industry1980oil sands; tar sand; bituminous sandstone; oil impregnated sandstone; bituminous sand; synthetic fuelsOil sand, tar sand, bituminous sandstone, oil impregnated sandstone, or bituminous sand, by one name or another, have been identified in almost every country of the world and in almost every state in the United States. By far the largest and most commercially attractive deposits are in Alberta, Cana...
150 Oil shale and tar sands1976oil shale; tar sands; United States; alternative fuels; in situ processing; fractuing testsTo continue its growth or even its existence, the United States must find new energy supplies to replace the petroleum we are rapidly depleting. No fossil energy form can offer a long-range solution, but coal offers a mid-range solution. Unfortunately we're not geared to use it, and learning to appl...
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