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  1. In situ coating application expected to extend tube life

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    Mon, 28 Jun 1999

  2. CNRL applies for in situ oil sands project

    Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Calgary, has applied with provincial authorities to develop an in situ project to produce as much 50,000 b/d of bitumen from the Athabasca oil sands region of Alberta.

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    Wed, 2 May 2012

  3. Japex has approved commercial in situ development of its Hangingstone oil sands project south of Fort McMurray by its consolidated subsidiary Jacos

    Japan Petroleum Exploration Co. Ltd. (Japex) has approved commercial in situ development of its Hangingstone oil sands project south of Fort McMurray, Alta., by its consolidated subsidiary Japan Canada Oil Sands Ltd. (Jacos).

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    Mon, 17 Dec 2012

  4. Suncor awards Jacobs engineering contract for possible in situ oil sands expansion

    Suncor Energy Services Inc. has authorized Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., Pasadena, Calif., to begin preliminary engineering that could lead to the expansion of Suncor's in situ oil sands facilities in Alberta (OGJ, March 15, 2004, p. 37).

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    Wed, 15 Sep 2004

  5. In situ seismic stimulation shows promise for revitalizing mature fields

    Field tests in the Elk Hills sandstone in Kern County, Calif., showed that seismic stimulation with a downhole impact tool could increase production.

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    Mon, 18 Apr 2005

  6. Overburden, fracture pressure, permeability regulate in situ pore-pressure profiles

    The petroleum industry must predict pore-pressure profiles accurately, often walking a fine line between pore pressure and fracture gradient as it drills and completes oil and gas wells. The industry also finds it difficult to predict pore pressure ahead of the drill bit, during exploration, ...

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    Mon, 17 Dec 2001

  7. Russian test facility allows direct inspection of bottom-hole assemblies under in situ conditions

    This Uralmash 300 EYK drilling rig is situated atop a 50-m deep bottomhole assembly test shaft in Perm, Russia (Fig. 1) The upper section of the pressure chamber (first level), located next to the elevator, is part of a closed-loop system connected to a hydraulic compensator on the right. The ...

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    Mon, 7 Dec 1998

  8. In situ gels improve formation acidizing

    Valerie Yeager, Chris Shuchart Halliburton Energy Services Duncan, Okla. Viscosity-controlled acid effectively improves acid placement, provides more uniform damage removal, improves surface etching, and controls acid fluid loss. Viscosity-controlled acid (VCA) contains gels that break back to ...

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    Mon, 20 Jan 1997

  9. Surmont 2 oil sands production launches from Alberta

    Operator ConocoPhillips and 50-50 partner Total SA have started production from their Surmont 2 in - situ oil sands facility situated 63 km southeast of Fort McMurray in the Athabasca region of Alberta.

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    Tue, 1 Sep 2015

  10. New fracture closure-stress calculation leads to improved proppant selection

    A proposed calculation of in situ closure stress allows engineers to select more appropriate proppant.

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    Mon, 5 Apr 2010

  11. Group starts radio frequency pilot for oil sands at Dover in Alberta

    The first radio frequency pilot for oil recovery within an in situ reservoir is under way in the Dover area north of Fort McMurray, Alta. In a test that will last about 2 years, radio frequency technology will heat the reservoir to ease the movement of bitumen to the surface.

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    Wed, 15 Jul 2015

  12. Husky reports start of production from Sunrise oil sands project

    Husky Energy Inc., Calgary, reported the start of production at the first of two 30,000-b/d plants at the in situ Sunrise Oil Sands Project in northeastern Alberta.

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    Wed, 11 Mar 2015

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