A Comparison Of Several Surface Oil Shale Processes Combined With A Modified In Situ Oil Shale Process

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245 10|aA Comparison Of Several Surface Oil Shale Processes Combined With A Modified In Situ Oil Shale Process
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100 1 |aRichard John Jiacoletti, LETC James Wallace Barnes, William Jerry Parkinson, Kenneth Harold Duerre |ecreator
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520 |aIn this study, several surface schemes for using the oil shale by-product of the vertical modified in situ (MIS) process have been combined with a single hypothetical MIS process and evaluated from the standpoint of engineering feasibility. The objective of the study is to identify those processes that are economically attractive when combined with the MIS process. The alternative process schemes use the energy or products produced from the by-product oil shale to upgrade the liquid and/or gaseous products of the MIS process, or to otherwise enhance it.
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