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Palmer Harold A, Sample Jr Thomas E: Secondary oil recovery process using oxyalkylated additives. Texaco, May 8, 1973: US3731741 (33 worldwide citation)

A process for the recovery of hydrocarbon materials from a subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formation by contacting the formation with an aqueous alkaline flooding medium containing a solubilizing agent.


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Sample Jr Thomas E, Hughes James W, Tate Jack F: Scale control. Texaco, Whaley Thomas H, Ries Carl G, Priem Kenneth R, December 9, 1975: US3925582 (15 worldwide citation)

A process for imparting scale-resistant properties to substrate surfaces normally susceptible to mineral scale formation while in contact with mineralized water containing less than about 5 percent hydrocarbons and wherein any heat flow is from the substrate surface into the mineralized water compri ...


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Sample Jr Thomas E: Method for removing elemental sulfur in sour gas wells. Texaco, Whaley Thomas H, Ries C G, Priem Kenneth R, September 30, 1975: US3909422 (15 worldwide citation)

A process for producing sour gas wells whereby attendant problems due to sulfur deposition within the producing formation, well and surface equipment are prevented or alleviated by contacting the formation, well and surface equipment with a chemical composition whose aqueous solution will solubilize ...


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Feuerbacher David G, Sample Jr Thomas E: Recovery of hydrocarbons from subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formations. Texaco, January 12, 1971: US3554286 (11 worldwide citation)

A process for the recovery of hydrocarbons from subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formations by the treatment of the formation with an aqueous medium containing a base and a substituted nitrobenzene.


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Palmer Harold A, Sample Jr Thomas E: Oxyalkylated quinoline sulfonic acid compound. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, January 14, 1975: US3860597 (8 worldwide citation)

A process for the recovery of hydrocarbon materials from a subterranean hydrocarbon-bearing formation by contacting the formation with an aqueous alkaline flooding medium containing a solubilizing agent.


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Schievelbein Vernon H, Sample Jr Thomas E: Process and composition for inhibiting scale deposition. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, November 19, 1974: US3849328 (7 worldwide citation)

Scale prone waters may be treated with certain sulfonated alkali lignins to inhibit the build up of mineral scale deposits from the scale prone waters upon surfaces in contact with the scale prone waters. Sulfonated alkali lignins are dissolved in the scale prone waters in sufficient concentration t ...


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Sample Jr Thomas E, Tate Jack F: Scale control. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, Priem Kenneth R, November 25, 1975: US3922403 (7 worldwide citation)

A process for producing a fully cured, infusible coating which when applied to surfaces normally susceptible to the deposition of mineral scale substantially improves the resistance of such surfaces to mineral scale comprising, (1) applying to a substrate whose scale resistance is to be improved an ...


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Hughes James W, Sample Jr Thomas E, Tate Jack F: Scale control. Texaco, December 18, 1973: US3779793 (5 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns methods of imparting properties of scale resistance to surfaces upon which adherent scale is normally prone to form during contact with mineralized waters through the use of novel, polyurethane-type resins, characterized by containing pendant polyoxyalkylene chains attached t ...


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Sample Jr Thomas E, Tate Jack F: Process for paraffin removal from hydrocarbon-bearing formations. September 26, 1972: US3693719 (3 worldwide citation)

Solid paraffin-like hydrocarbon materials derived from petroliferous fluids which have been deposited in hydrocarbon-bearing formations are removed by introducing into the formation in the vicinity of the well bore a hydrolyzable, aprotic, halogenated organic material, such as allyl chloride, whereb ...


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Schievelbein Vernon H, Sample Jr Thomas E: Process for inhibiting scale deposition. Texaco, Whaley T H, Ries C G, Priem Kenneth R, June 10, 1975: US3888310 (1 worldwide citation)

Scale prone waters may be treated with certain sulfonated alkali lignins to inhibit the build up on mineral scale deposits from the scale prone waters upon surfaces in contact with the scale prone waters. Sulfonated alkali lignins are dissolved in the scale prone waters in sufficient concentration t ...