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Michael David Fairbanks, Thomas Joseph Keltner, Billy John McKinzie II, Stephen Palmer Hirshblond: Methods and systems for producing fluid from an in situ conversion process. Shell Oil Company, May 17, 2011: US07942197 (74 worldwide citation)

A system that includes a plurality of heat sources configured to heat a portion of a formation is described. At least one production well is in the formation. A bottom portion of the production well is a sump in an underburden of the formation below the heated portion of the formation. Fluids from t ...


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Michael David Fairbanks, Thomas Joseph Keltner, Billy John McKinzie II, Stephen Palmer Hirshblond: Methods and systems for producing fluid from an in situ conversion process. Shell Oil Company, July 31, 2012: US08230927 (34 worldwide citation)

A system configured to heat a portion of a formation includes a plurality of heat sources. At least one production well is in the formation. A bottom portion of the production well is a sump in an underburden of the formation below the heated portion of the formation. Fluids from the heated portion ...


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Michael David Fairbanks, Thomas Joseph Keltner, Billy John McKinzie, Stephen Palmer Hirshblond: Methods and systems for producing fluid from an in situ conversion process. Shell Oil Company, June 14, 2007: US20070133961-A1

A system that includes a plurality of heat sources configured to heat a portion of a formation is described. At least one production well is in the formation. A bottom portion of the production well is a sump in an underburden of the formation below the heated portion of the formation. Fluids from t ...


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Michael David Fairbanks, Thomas Joseph Keltner, Billy John McKinzie II, Stephen Palmer Hirshblond: Methods and systems for producing fluid from an in situ conversion process. Shell Oil Company, December 15, 2011: US20110303413-A1

A system that includes a plurality of heat sources configured to heat a portion of a formation is described. At least one production well is in the formation. A bottom portion of the production well is a sump in an underburden of the formation below the heated portion of the formation. Fluids from t ...