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A Richard Sinclair, S Byron Smith: Downhole chemical delivery system for oil and gas wells. Santrol, Howrey Simon Arnold & White, August 28, 2001: US06279656 (191 worldwide citation)

The invention is the method of treating of a well, a formation, or both, with the solids, liquids, or apparatuses, by 1) encasing the solids, liquids, or apparatuses in a water-soluble shell, 2) conveying the encased solids, liquids, or gases to the predetermined location in the well, and then 3) al ...


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John W Graham, A Richard Sinclair: High strength particulates. Arnold White & Durkee, April 29, 1986: US04585064 (147 worldwide citation)

A high strength self-consolidating particle comprised of a particulate substrate, a substantially cured inner resin coating and a fusible curable outer resin coating.


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A Richard Sinclair, Richard L Johnson II: Composite and reinforced coatings on proppants and particles. Santrol, Arnold White & Durkee, June 6, 1995: US05422183 (140 worldwide citation)

A high strength particle comprised of a particulate substrate, a substantially cured inner resin coating, an outer resin coating, and a reinforcing agent interspersed at the inner coating/outer coating boundary.


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A Richard Sinclair, Richard L Johnson II: Composite and reinforced coatings on proppants and particles. Santrol, Arnold White & Durkee, January 28, 1997: US05597784 (123 worldwide citation)

A high strength particle comprised of a particulate substrate, a substantially cured inner resin coating, an outer resin coating, and a reinforcing agent interspersed at the inner coating/outer coating boundary, which is used in the propping of a fracture in a subterranean formation.


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John W Graham, A Richard Sinclair: High strength particulates. Arnold White & Durkee, December 19, 1989: US04888240 (122 worldwide citation)

A high strength self-consolidating particle comprised of a particulate substrate, a substantially cured inner resin coating and a fusible curable outer resin coating.


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A Richard Sinclair, Richard L Johnson II, Richard A Rediger, Van T Smith: Well treatment fluid compatible self-consolidating particles. Santrol, Georgia Pacific Resins, Arnold White & Durkee, November 17, 1998: US05837656 (118 worldwide citation)

An improved resin coated particle comprises a particulate substrate, an inner coating of a curable resin and an outer coating of a substantially cured resin. These improved resin coated particles are produced by first coating the substrate with a reactive resin. A second or outer coating of a resin ...


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A Richard Sinclair, S Byron Smith: Downhole chemical delivery system for oil and gas wells. Santrol, Howrey, May 23, 2006: US07049272 (114 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a method of treating of a well, a formation, or both, with the solids, liquids, or apparatuses, by 1) encasing said solids, liquids, or apparatuses in a water-soluble shell, 2) conveying said encased solids, liquids, or apparatuses to a predetermined location in the well, and ...


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John W Graham, A Richard Sinclair, John L Brandt: Method of treating wells using resin-coated particles. June 29, 1982: US04336842 (111 worldwide citation)

Particles coated with a fusible thermosetting resin are placed in the vicinity of a wellbore and in conjunction with a subterranean formation surrounding the wellbore and are cured in the presence of a treating solution containing a softening agent capable of reducing the fusion temperature of the r ...


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Noel David Ischy, Craig Steven Fox, A Richard Sinclair: Injection molded degradable casing perforation ball sealers fluid loss additive and method of use. Fairmount Minerals, C W Alworth, April 30, 2002: US06380138 (92 worldwide citation)

A degradable compound, which may be used as a ball sealer and as an fluid loss additive for use in the oil and gas industry is disclosed. The compound comprises a particular composition of matter and injection molding technique that provides a ball sealer which will dissolve in stimulation or wellbo ...


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John W Graham, A Richard Sinclair: Method of acidizing propped fractures. Santrol Products, Arnold White & Durkee, July 9, 1985: US04527627 (91 worldwide citation)

A method of treating a subterranean formation comprising hydraulically fracturing the formation and filling the fractures with a self-consolidating proppant. The proppant is consolidated and the formation then acidized to produce channels of increased conductivity adjacent the consolidated proppant.