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Flournoy Kenoth H, Maddox Jr Jim, Tate Jack F: Oil recovery process usable in formations containing water having high concentrations of polyvalent ions. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, January 7, 1975: US3858656 (36 worldwide citation)

A dual surfactant system usable in the presence of from about 200 to about 18,000 parts per million polyvalent ions, such as calcium and/or magnesium, and a method of using said surfactant system for recovering petroleum from subterranean formations, said surfactant system comprising water soluble s ...


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Maddox Jr Jim: Water soluble corrosion inhibitors for well fluids. Texaco, December 21, 1971: US3629104 (28 worldwide citation)

Normal and acid salts of substituted imidazolines and saturated aliphatic mono- and dicarboxylic acids for use in compositions of water soluble corrosion inhibitors. Continuous or intermittent application of liquid coatings of these inhibitors on metals, particularly ferrous metals in contact with s ...


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Maddox Jr Jim, Tate Jack F, Shupe Russell D: Secondary recovery method. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, Young James F, November 4, 1975: US3916994 (15 worldwide citation)

Significant improvement in the recovery of hydrocarbons from a subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formation containing acid-soluble components is accomplished by injecting into the formation via an injection well drilled into a formation communicating with an adjacent producing well and containing aci ...


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Maddox Jr Jim, Schoen William: Composition and process for inhibiting corrosion in oil wells. Texaco, November 30, 1971: US3623979 (13 worldwide citation)

Amide condensation products of polymeric acid and 1-aminoalkyl-2-alkyl-2-imidazoline for use in compositions of oil-soluble, brine-dispersible corrosion inhibitors. Continuous or intermittent application of liquid coatings of these inhibitors on metals, particularly ferrous metals, in contact with s ...


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Shupe Russell D, Maddox Jr Jim, Tate Jack F: Secondary recovery method. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, Young James F, November 4, 1975: US3916996 (8 worldwide citation)

Significant improvement in the recovery of hydrocarbons from a subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formation containing acid-soluble components is accomplished by injecting into the formation via an injection well drilled into a formation communicating with an adjacent producing well and containing aci ...


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Shupe Russell D, Maddox Jr Jim, Tate Jack F: Secondary recovery method. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, Young James F, November 4, 1975: US3916995 (7 worldwide citation)

Significant improvement in the recovery of hydrocarbons from a subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formation containing acid-soluble components is accomplished by injecting into the formation via an injection well drilled into a formation communicating with an adjacent producing well and containing aci ...


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Tate Jack F, Maddox Jr Jim: Secondary recovery method. Texaco, Whaley Thomas H, Ries Carl G, Young James F, December 23, 1975: US3927718 (6 worldwide citation)

Significant improvement in the recovery of hydrocarbons from a subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formation containing acid-soluble components is accomplished by injecting into the formation via an injection well drilled into a formation communicating with an adjacent producing well and containing aci ...


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Tate Jack F, Maddox Jr Jim: Method for stimulating well production. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, January 14, 1975: US3860071

The production of hydrocarbons from a subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formation containing acid-soluble components, such as one composed at least in part of dolomite or limestone, is stimulated by injecting into the formation a composition comprising an aqueous solution of a mineral acid having dis ...


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Maddox Jr Jim, Tate Jack F, Shupe Russell D: Secondary recovery method. Texaco, Whaley Thomas H, Ries Carl G, Young James F, October 14, 1975: US3912011

Significant improvement in the recovery of hydrocarbons from a subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formation containing acid-soluble components is accomplished by injecting into the formation via an injection well drilled into a formation communicating with an adjacent producing well and containing aci ...