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Process of removing gas from coal and other carbonaceous materials in situ. Leo Ranney, March 17, 1936: GB444484-A (35 worldwide citation)

444,484. Recovering natural gas. RANNEY, L., Petrolia, Ontario, Canada. Sept. 17, 1934, No. 26685. [Class 55 (ii)] Natural gas is recovered from coal and other carbonaceous deposits in situ by gaining access to such deposit and subjecting it to a heat treatmeni appreciably below the temperature at w ...


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Method of and apparatus for recovering water from or supplying water to subterraneanformations. Leo Ranney, January 23, 1936: GB442008-A (33 worldwide citation)

442,008. Water supply; drainage and irrigation ; boring earth ; driving turbines. RANNEY, L., Petrolia, Ontario, Canada. July 23, 1934, No. 21562. [Classes 68 (i) and 85] [See also Groups I and XXVI] Means for recovering fluids from, or supplying fluids to, subterranean formations comprises a chambe ...


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Apparatus for boring into earth material and methods of treating such material involving a boring operation. Leo Ranney, January 23, 1936: GB442203-A (1 worldwide citation)

442,203. Boring earth; tunnelling &c. RANNEY, L., Petrolia, Ontario, Canada. July 23, 1934, No. 31715/35. Divided out of 442,008. [Classes 68 (i) and 85] Earth-boring means comprises an outer pipe spaced from an inner pipe, and a pointed boring head connected to the pipes and provided with perforati ...


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Apparatus for recovering water from or supplying water to subterranean formations. Leo Ranney, January 23, 1936: GB442071-A

442,071. Water supply ; drainage and irrigation. RANNEY, L., Petrolia, Ontario, Canada. July 23,1934, No. 27998 /35. Divided out of 442,008. [Classes 68 (i) and 85] [See also Group I] Apparatus adapted to be sunk into the ground for recovering fluids from, or supply of fluids to, a subterranean form ...


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