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Robert M Zubrin, Mark H Berggren: Systems and methods for generating in-situ carbon dioxide driver gas for use in enhanced oil recovery. Pioneer Energy, Merchant & Gould P C, December 31, 2013: US08616294 (50 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an in-situ apparatus for generating carbon dioxide gas at an oil site for use in enhanced oil recovery (EOR). The apparatus includes a steam generator adapted to boil and superheat water to generate a source of superheated steam, as well as a source of essentially pure oxyge ...


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Robert M Zubrin, Mark H Berggren: Systems and methods for generating in-situ carbon dioxide driver gas for use in enhanced oil recovery. Pioneer Energy, Brownstein Hyatt Farber schreck, Paul J Prendergast, Cara L Crowley Weber, March 28, 2017: US09605523

The present invention is an in-situ apparatus for generating carbon dioxide gas at an oil site for use in enhanced oil recovery (EOR). The apparatus includes a steam generator adapted to boil and superheat water to generate a source of superheated steam, as well as a source of essentially pure oxyge ...


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Robert M Zubrin, Mark H Berggren: Systems and methods for generating in-situ carbon dioxide driver gas for use in enhanced oil recovery. American Patent Agency PC, c o Daniar Hussain, December 16, 2010: US20100314136-A1

The present invention is an in-situ apparatus for generating carbon dioxide gas at an oil site for use in enhanced oil recovery (EOR). The apparatus includes a steam generator adapted to boil and superheat water to generate a source of superheated steam, as well as a source of essentially pure oxyge ...


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SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR GENERATING IN-SITU CARBON DIOXIDE DRIVER GAS FOR USE IN ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY. Pioneer Energy, September 25, 2014: US20140284066-A1

The present invention is an in-situ apparatus for generating carbon dioxide gas at an oil site for use in enhanced oil recovery (EOR). The apparatus includes a steam generator adapted to boil and superheat water to generate a source of superheated steam, as well as a source of essentially pure oxyge ...