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David A Redford: In situ gasification of solid hydrocarbon materials in a subterranean formation. Texaco Exploration Canada, Thomas H Whaley, Carl G Ries, Jack H Park, May 31, 1977: US04026357 (245 worldwide citation)

Solid hydrocarbon materials present in subsurface earth formation such as, for example, the coke like residue remaining in a subterranean tar sand deposit which has previously been exploited by controlled oxidation depletion, is converted to a synthesis gas composition by contacting the solid hydroc ...


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Gunter Pusch, Heinz Jurgen Klatt, Walter Frohlich: Method for initiating an in-situ recovery process by the introduction of oxygen. Deutsche Texaco Aktiengesellschaft, Thomas H Whaley, Carl G Ries, Charles L Bauer, August 16, 1977: US04042026 (237 worldwide citation)

A method for starting a process to recover energy raw materials from a subterranean formation whereby igniters are injected into the upper region of the formation and inert gas is injected into the lower region of the formation, and thereafter an oxygen-containing gas is injected at a predetermined ...


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Phillip J Cram, David A Redford: Thermal recovery of hydrocarbons from tar sands. Texaco Exploration Canada, Thomas H Whaley, Carl G Ries, Charles L Bauer, November 23, 1976: US03993132 (228 worldwide citation)

A method for the recovery of low API gravity viscous oils or bitumen from a subterranean formation by the injection of a mixture of an oxygen-containing gas and steam having an optimum gas/steam ratio that is decreased as the cumulative amount of steam is increased.


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Russell D Shupe, Jim Maddox Jr: Surfactant oil recovery process usable in high temperature, high salinity formations. Texaco, Carl G Ries, Thomas H Whaley, Jack H Park, March 7, 1978: US04077471 (167 worldwide citation)

Many petroleum formations contain water having high salinity and/or high concentrations of divalent ions such as calcium or magnesium dissolved therein, and are additionally at temperature from about 70.degree. F. to about 300.degree. F. Most surfactants suitable for use in oil recovery operations a ...


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Galyn A Schulz: Method of spot embossing a fibrous sheet. James River Norwalk, William A Aguele, Thomas H Whaley, February 7, 1989: US04803032 (106 worldwide citation)

A method of embossing a sheet of non-woven fibrous web, e.g. toilet tissue, with a series of identical boss elements arranged in a uniform pattern in a manner to avoid nesting of the embossments and resulting non-uniform product rolls when the sheet is rolled onto a mandrel. The embossments are unif ...


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Stuart P Suskind, Susan L K Martucci, Joseph Israel: High strength hydroentangled nonwoven fabric. James River Corporation of Virginia, William A Aquele, Thomas H Whaley, February 28, 1989: US04808467 (100 worldwide citation)

A strong, absorbent nonwoven fabric containing wood pulp and textile fibers is prepared by hydroentanglement with a continuous filament, base web. The fabric may be apertured or essentially nonapertured and may be made water repellant for use in medical and surgical applications.


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Galyn A Schulz: Embossed fibrous web products and method of producing same. James River Norwalk, William A Aguele, Harry W Hargis III, Thomas H Whaley, April 21, 1987: US04659608 (94 worldwide citation)

A method of embossing a sheet of non-woven fibrous web, and the resulting fibrous sheet structure, e.g. toilet tissue, with a series of identical boss elements arranged in a uniform pattern in a manner to avoid nesting of the embossments and resulting non-uniform product rolls when the sheet is roll ...


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M Dexter Hagy, Jared A Austin: Hydroentangled elastic and nonelastic filaments. James River Corporation of Virginia, William A Aguele, Richard J Gallagher, Thomas H Whaley, October 4, 1988: US04775579 (89 worldwide citation)

An elastic nonwoven fabric is made up of staple textile fibers or wood pulp, or both hydroentangled with an elastic web or net of a thermoplastic elastic polymer.


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James O Cheshire, Douglas L Lindgren, Robert J Marinack, Bruce W Janda, Robert S Thut, John T Larkey, Ray E Jostad: Method for manufacture of a non-woven fibrous web. James River Norwalk, William A Aguele, Harry W Hargis III, Thomas H Whaley, September 24, 1985: US04543156 (81 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for the manufacture of a non-woven fibrous web such as paper from a dispersion of fibers in a foamed liquid in which fiber furnished in a foamed liquid comprising a solution of surfactant in water is discharged from a headbox into the nip of a twin forming wire prior to its pass ...


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Edward T Child, Warren G Schlinger, George N Richter: Production of purified synthesis gas H.sub.2 -rich gas, and by-product CO.sub.2 -rich gas. Texaco, Thomas H Whaley, Carl G Ries, Albert Brent, October 4, 1977: US04052176 (79 worldwide citation)

A raw synthesis gas feed stream, e.g., gaseous mixtures comprising H.sub.2 and CO and containing gaseous impurities including CO.sub.2, H.sub.2 S, COS, and mixtures thereof (acid gas) and CH.sub.4, optionally in admixture with a CO-rich gas stream produced subsequently in the process, is introduced ...



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