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Allen Joseph C, Tate Jack F: Multiple solvent miscible flooding technique for use in petroleum formation over-laying and in contact with water saturated porous formations. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, July 16, 1974: US3823777 (36 worldwide citation)

A petroleum recovery method employing a mixed solvent for use in formation in contact with and over-laying a substantially water saturated porous formation which is prone to bottom water coning. The mixed solvent density is less than the density of water and greater than the density of the formation ...


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Allen Joseph C, Teasdale Thomas S: Oil recovery process utilizing superheated gaseous mixtures. Texaco, October 30, 1973: US3768559 (32 worldwide citation)

A secondary recovery process in which a superheated steam-hydrocarbon vapor mixture is injected into an oil-bearing formation and oil is recovered from a producing well located a substantial distance from the injection well.


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Allen Joseph C, Tate Jack F: Vertical downward gas-driven miscible blanket flooding oil recovery process. Texaco, Whaley Thomas H, Ries Carl G, April 22, 1975: US3878892 (22 worldwide citation)

A vertical downward gas-driven miscible blanket oil recovery process wherein the spreading rate of the solvent blanket on top of the oil column is increased by adding to or using with the conventional solvent a high density solvent such as carbon disulfide, carbon tetrachloride or certain halogenate ...


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Allen Joseph C, Fontaine Marc F, Brown Alfred, Tate Jack F: Petroleum recovery process. Texaco, Whaley T H, Reis C G, July 9, 1974: US3822748 (19 worldwide citation)

A process for producing petroleum from a subterranean reservoir is provided whereby a solvent equal in density or more dense than water is circulated between upper and lower perforations in a first well in order to dissolve petroleum in an ever-widening volume around the well bore until communicatio ...


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Allen Joseph C, Tate Jack F: Miscible displacement of petroleum. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, November 26, 1974: US3850245 (17 worldwide citation)

A miscible displacement process for the recovery of petroleum from a petroleum-bearing formation is performed in situ by use of a solvent miscible with the petroleum and having a density greater than water followed by a gaseous driving fluid.


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Allen Joseph C, Tate Jack F, Park Jack H: Combined multiple solvent miscible flooding water injection technique for use in petroleum formations. Texaco, Ries C G, September 24, 1974: US3837399 (16 worldwide citation)

A petroleum recovery method employing a mixed solvent for use in subterranean petroleum-containing formations. The mixed solvent density is less than the density of water and greater than the density of the formation petroleum, and preferably has a boiling point less than the boiling point of the fo ...


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Allen Joseph C, Fontaine Marc F, Widmyer Richard H: Method for recovering oil from subterranean reservoirs. Texaco, March 12, 1974: US3796262 (15 worldwide citation)

A method for recovering oil from a subterranean oil reservoir which has a finite water saturation and is deficient in energy so that it will not flow by natural means, whereby, first, steam is injected into the reservoir at a faster volumetric rate than production is taken from the reservoir in orde ...


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Allen Joseph C, Tate Jack F, Stelzer Roland B: Miscible displacement of petroleum using carbon disulfide and a hydrocarbon solvent. Texaco, Whaley Thomas H, Ries C G, November 12, 1974: US3847221 (13 worldwide citation)

A miscible displacement process for the recovery of petroleum from a petroleum bearing formation is performed in situ by the use of a solvent system miscible with the petroleum, the solvent system comprising carbon disulfide and a hydrocarbon solvent.


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Allen Joseph C, Tate Jack F: Miscible displacement of petroleum. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, October 8, 1974: US3840073 (12 worldwide citation)

A miscible displacement process for the recovery of petroleum from a petroleum bearing formation is performed in situ by use of a solvent miscible with the petroleum and having a density greater than water followed by an aqueous driving fluid.


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Christopher Charles A, Allen Joseph C, Kolaian Jack H: Secondary oil recovery method. Texaco, September 18, 1973: US3759326 (11 worldwide citation)

A method for the production of hydrocarbons from subterranean reservoirs which comprises having at least one production well and one injection well penetrating the reservoir and injecting a fluid into the injection well to drive the hydrocarbons to the production well. The fluid comprises an intimat ...