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Vinegar Harold J, Sandberg Chester Ledlie, Harris Christopher Kelvin, Son Jaime Santos, Menotti James Louis, Carl Jr Frederick Gordon: Temperature limited heaters for heating subsurface formations or wellbores. Shell Internationale Research Maatschappij, Shell Canada, CHRISTENSEN Del S, May 6, 2004: WO/2004/038173 (4 worldwide citation)

A method described includes applying an alternating electrical current to one or more electrical conductors (112). The electrical conductors may be located in a subsurface or a subsurface wellbore. The electrical conductors may provide an electrically resistive heat output upon application of the al ...


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Berchenko Ilya Emil, Van Hardeveld Robert Martijn, Karanikas John Michael, Keedy Charles Robert, Maher Kevin Albert, de Rouffignac Eric, Ryan Robert Charles, Schoeling Lanny Gene, Shahin Gordon Thomas, Stegemeier George Leo, Vinegar Harold J, Wellington Scott Lee, Zhang Etuan, Coles John Matthew, Fowler Thomas David, Madgavkar Ajay Madhav, Menotti James Louis, Hunsucker Bruce Gerard, Bielamowicz Lawrence James: Method and system for treating a hydrocarbon containing formation. Shell Int Research, January 22, 2003: EP1276959-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A hydrocarbon containing formation may be treated using an in situ thermal process. Heat may be applied to the formation to raise a temperature of a portion of the formation to a pyrolysis temperature. Heat input into the formation may be controlled to raise the temperature of portion at a selected ...


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Vinegar Harold J, Sandberg Chester Ledlie, Harris Christopher Kelvin, Son Jaime Santos, Menotti James Louis, Carl Frederick Gordon Jr: Dispositifs de chauffage limites en temperature pour le chauffage de formations ou de puits de forage souterrains, Temperature limited heaters for heating subsurface formations or wellbores. Shell Canada, Shell Canada, Smart & Biggar, June 14, 2011: CA2503394

A method described includes applying an alternating electrical current to one or more electrical conductors (112). The electrical conductors may be located in a subsurface or a subsurface wellbore. The electrical conductors may provide an electrically resistive heat output upon application of the al ...


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COLES JOHN MATTHEW, KARANIKAS JOHN MICHAEL, MENOTTI JAMES LOUIS, DE ROUFFIGNAC ERIC, VINEGAR HAROLD J, WELLINGTON SCOTT LEE: COMBUSTION IN-SITU POUR LA RECUPERATION DE PETROLE, IN-SITU COMBUSTION FOR OIL RECOVERY. SHELL CANADA, SHELL CANADA, SMART & BIGGAR, September 29, 2009: CA2445449

A method and system for transmitting heat substantially by conduction into a hydrocarbon containing formation surrounding a heat injection well utilise oxidant supply and combustion gases exhaust conduits disposed in the wellbore of the heat injection well, wherein an oxidant, such as air, in inject ...


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