Western Research Institute (WRI)

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This digital collection is a series of technical reports from WRI's Coal Gasification initiatives. Western Research Institute (WRI), located in Laramie, Wyoming, is a multi-million dollar, not-for-profit, research organization renowned for work in advanced energy systems, environmental technologies and highway materials research. The institute's corporate headquarters are on the University of Wyoming campus and a 22-acre Advanced Technology Center (ATC) north of Laramie that provides additional laboratories, plus pilot facilities and room for new development. WRI is a research institute with broad perspectives and know-how in science, technology and real-world, on-the-ground conditions. Their highly experienced team of men and women offer expertise from fields such as chemical, petroleum and environmental engineering, organic, physical, analytical and inorganic chemistry, geology, soil science, business administration and economics. Through our Cooperative Research Program with the Department of Energy, WRI originates technologies that attract industrial partners from corporations, industry associations, government entities, and other research organizations. WRI advances client technologies from concept to bench scale through pilot testing and commercialization. With the Federal Highway Administration, WRI conducts concentrated research that supports breakthroughs in materials knowledge, leading to safer, longer-lasting roads―experience WRI is able to bring to bear to meet client needs. WRI offers the full matrix of resources―experience, expertise, physical infrastructure and industry connections―to realize the potential of your concepts or ours. WRI extends your reach.


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Catalytic Concepts In The Conversion Of Coal To Chemicals
Catalytic Cracking Of Asphalt Ridge Bitumen
Catalytic Titration And 3H NMR Spectroscopy
Cathode Degradation - Final Report
Cavity Growth And Rubble Settling In Retorts 0 And 1 At The C-a Lease Tract
Chain Of Custody Record Cooler #1
Chain Of Custody Record Cooler #21
Chain Of Custody Record Cooler #4
Chain Of Custody Record Cooler #8
Chain Of Custody Record Cooler #9
Chain Of Custody Record Cooler 21
Chain Of Custody Record VOA Cooler (1)
Chain Of Custody Record VOA Cooler (2)
Chain Of Custody Record VOA Cooler (3)
Changes In Groundwater Quality And Subsurface Hydrology During The Rocky Mountain 1 Underground Coal Gasification Test, Hanna, Wyoming
Chapter 6 Dispersion Of Gases
Char-Fuels Of Wyoming, Inc.
Characteristics And Beneficiation Of Western Coal
Characteristics And Possible Roles Of Various Waters Significant To In Situ Oil Shale Processing
Characteristics Of Selected Oil Shales From The Bureau Of Mines Oil-Shales Mine
Characteristics Of Tar Sand Bitumen Asphaltenes As Studied By Conversion Of Bitumen By Hydrolysis
Characteristics Of The PR Spring Tar Sand Deposit Uinta Basin, Utah, USA
Characterization And Beneficiation Of Bitumen-Free Domestic Tar Sands
Characterization And Geochemistry Of Devonian Oil Shale: North Alabama, Northwest Georgia, And South-Central Tennessee (A Resource Evaluation)
Characterization And Management Of Produced Water Generated By The Oil And Gas Industry
Characterization And Recovery Of Accessory Trace Elements From Alabama On Shale Waste Waters
Characterization And Treatment Of By-Product Waters From Selected Oil Shale Retorting Tests
Characterization And Treatment Of Retort Water From In-Situ Oil Shale Processing
Characterization Of Advanced Sorbents For Dry S02 Control
Characterization Of Commercial Tar Sand Process Waters
Characterization Of DOE Reference Oil Shale: Tipton member, Green River Formation Shale From Wyoming
Characterization Of DOE Reference Oil Shales: Mahogany Zone, Parachute Creek Member, Green River Formation Oil Shale, And Clegg Creek Member, New Albany Shale
Characterization Of Emissions From Laboratory Process Experiments Of Tar Sand
Characterization Of Heavy Oil
Characterization Of Interim Reference Shales
Characterization Of Mercury, Arsenic, And Selenium In The Product Streams Of The Pacific Northwest Laboratory 6-kg Retort
Characterization Of Nitrogen Compound Types In Shale Oils Using 1H NMR And High Resolution Mass Spectral Analyses
Characterization Of Oil Sand Resources
Characterization Of Oil Sand Resources
Characterization Of Oil Shale Waters By Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry

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