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Paul O Padgett, Stephen F Crain, Wayne A Handke, Jerry L Logan, Calvin L Stegemoeller, Ricky L Covington, David W Ritter, Kevin D Edgley: Continuous multi-component slurrying process at oil or gas well. Halliburton company, Craig W Roddy, E Harrison Gilbert III, November 5, 1996: US05570743 (84 worldwide citation)

A continuous multi-component slurrying process at an oil or gas well comprises flowing at least three separate streams of different essential materials directly into a predetermined mixing unit at the oil or gas well, wherein each of the essential materials is required to obtain a predetermined defi ...


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Wayne A Handke: Automatic rate matching system. Halliburton Company, James R Duzan, Mark E McBurney, April 2, 1991: US05004400 (70 worldwide citation)

An automatic rate matching system is provided such that the delivery of bulk material is matched with the quantity of bulk material required by a process. An optical probe is used which determines the depth of material delivered into a hopper, prior to its retrieval for use in the process. The probe ...


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Wayne A Handke, Scott A Berning: Automatic density control system for blending operation. Halliburton Company, James R Duzan, E Harrison Gilbert III, October 18, 1988: US04779186 (53 worldwide citation)

A control system is provided which can be retrofit to existing conventional blender devices, such as a blender trailer used for combining a pregelled liquid with a solid particulate additive at a well site. The control is provided either manually or automatically from a remote location where a displ ...


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Wayne A Handke, Stephen F Crain, Paul O Padgett, Calvin L Stegemoeller, Vincent P Rivera, Charles E Neal: Control method for a multi-component slurrying process. Halliburton Company, Stephen R Christian, E Harrison Gilbert III, September 26, 1995: US05452954 (48 worldwide citation)

A method of controlling a continuous multi-component slurrying process at an oil or gas well comprises continuously flowing substances for creating a slurry in response to a slurry flow rate factor and continuously flowing another substance for the slurry in response to a flow rate of at least a pre ...


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Wayne A Handke: Automatic rate matching system. Halliburton Company, James R Duzan, E Harrison Gilbert III, April 7, 1992: US05102281 (48 worldwide citation)

An automatic rate matching system is provided such that the delivery of bulk material is matched with the quantity of bulk material required by a process. An optical probe is used which determines the depth of material delivered into a hopper, prior to its retrieval for use in the process. The probe ...


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Wayne A Handke: Automatic rate matching system. Halliburton Company, James R Duzan, E Harrison Gilbert III, March 23, 1993: US05195861 (46 worldwide citation)

An automatic rate matching system is provided such that the delivery of bulk material is matched with the quantity of bulk material required by a process. An optical probe is used which determines the depth of material delivered into a hopper, prior to its retrieval for use in the process. The probe ...


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Wayne A Handke: Method of logging a well using a non-radioactive material irradiated into an isotope exhibiting a detectable characteristic. Halliburton Company, James R Duzan, E Harrison Gilbert III, March 15, 1988: US04731531 (39 worldwide citation)

A method of logging a well includes the steps of moving a tagging agent into a well so that the tagging agent is deposited in an earthen formation of the well, which tagging agent is non-radioactive at least until just prior to entering the well; irradiating the tagging agent so that the tagging age ...


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Wayne A Handke: Radioactivity shielding transportation assembly. Halliburton Company, Joseph A Walkowski, Mark E McBurney, E Harrison Gilbert III, July 11, 1989: US04846235 (34 worldwide citation)

A radioactivity shielding assembly, suitable for transferring a radioactive substance with a reduced risk of human exposure and environmental contamination, includes a protective shield casing having a reservoir disposed in the casing for receiving the radioactive substance. Associated with the casi ...


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Wayne A Handke: Radioactivity shielding transportation assembly and method. Halliburton Company, Mark E McBurney, E Harrison Gilbert III, September 26, 1989: US04869299 (31 worldwide citation)

A method of transferring radioactive substance wherein a radioactivity shielding assembly, suitable for transferring a radioactive substance with a reduced risk of human exposure and environmental contamination, includes a protective shield casing having a reservoir disposed in the casing for receiv ...


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Wayne A Handke: Injector unit. Halliburton Company, James R Duzan, Thomas R Weaver, March 11, 1986: US04574880 (15 worldwide citation)

An injection unit for injecting radioactive propping material into fracturing fluids containing propping materials used in hydraulic fracturing operations.