The Application Of Multi-Stage Air Flotation To The Treatment Of In Situ Tar Sand Process Waters And Resultant Sludges

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245 10|aThe Application Of Multi-Stage Air Flotation To The Treatment Of In Situ Tar Sand Process Waters And Resultant Sludges
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100 1 |aB.T. Nolan <br>W.F. McTernan <br>C.J. Laya|ecreator
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520 |aTar sand deposits in the western United States represent a potential alternative source of petroleum energy. It is estimated that the equivalent of 19.4 billion barrels of oil exist in Utah tar sand deposits alone (1). In an attempt to mobilize the bitumen in such deposits, the Department of Energy's Laramie Energy Technology Center conducted an in situ steam drive field experiment near Vernal, Utah (2)...
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