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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Annual Project Plan - October 1, 1991 - September 30, 1992 - Oil Shale Tar Sand Underground Coal Research Advanced Exploratory Process Technology
Annual Project Proposal - October 1, 1989 - September 30,1990
Annual Research Plan - April 1, 1983 - March 31, 1984
Annual Research Plan - April 1, 1985 - March 31, 1986
Annual Technical Progress Report - April 1983 - March 1984
Annual Technical Progress Report - April 1985 - March 1986
Annual Technical Progress Report - October 1986 - September 1987
Annual Technical Progress Report - October 1987 - September 1988
Annual Technical Progress Report - October 1988 - September 1989
Annual Technical Progress Report April 1983- March 1984
Annual Technical Progress Report April, 1984 - March, 1985
Anvil Points Mine Oil Shale 10-Ton Retort Off Gas Emissions
Anvil Points Oil Shale RECL Plan Vol 1 - Part 1
Anvil Points Oil Shale RECL Plan Vol 1 - Part 2
Anvil Points Oil Shale RECL Plan Vol 2
Appendices To PHC And CHIA Guideline Documents
Appendix - Company Referenced
Appendix A - Quality Assurance Project Plan For Characterization Of Emissions From Laboratory Extraction Process Experiments Of Tar Sand Milestone 2.6.1.A
Appendix D - TOSCO II Oil Shale Retorting Module For The Materials-Process-Products Model
Appendix E - TOSCO II Oil Shale Disposal Module For The Materials-Process-Products Model
Appendix F - High BTU Gas Utilization Modules For The Materials-Process-Product Model
Appendix G - Oil-Water Separation Module For The Materials-Process-Products Model
Appendix K - Vertical Modified In Situ Retort Module For The Materials-Process-Product Model
Application And State Of Development For Remote Chemical Sensors In Environmental Monitoring--A Literature Review
Application For Variance Interim Response Action CROW Process Source Remediation Bell Lumber And Pole Co., New Brighton, Minnesota
Application Form 2C - Wastewater Discharge Information - Consolidated Permits Program
Application Of A Geochemical Model To The Prediction Of The Chemistry Of Extracts From Non-Re Carbonated And Re Carbonated Spent Shales
Application Of A Geochemical Model To The Prediction Of The Chemistry Of Extracts From Non-Recarbonated And Recarbonated Spent Shales
Application Of Gas Flotation And Foam Separation ForThe Treatment Of Tar Sand Wastewaters
Application Of Geochemical Models To Oil Shale Solid Waste
Application Of Groundwater Modeling Techniques To The Hanna Underground Coal Gasification Site
Application Of Mineralogy To The Determination Of Possible Ground-Water Chemical Changes Resulting From In Situ Retorting Of Oil Shale
Application Of Stability Theory To The Linked Vertical Well UCG Procress
Application Of The Spalling-Enhanced-Drying Model In Predicting Cavity Geometry And Operating Strategy For The Hanna 2, phase 2 UCG Field Test
Application Of The Vertical Tube Reactor To The Treatment Of Selected Oil Shale Wastewaters
Application Of The Vertical Tube Reactor To The Treatment Of Selected Tar Sand Wastewaters
Application Of The Vertical Tube Reactor To The Treatment Of Selected Underground Coal Gasification Wastewaters
Application Of Thermally-Activated Gas Canisters In MIS Oil Shale Retorts
Application of Geostatistics to Coal Resource Characterization and Mine Planning
Applications Of Dissolved Organic Carbon Fractionation Analysis To The Characterization Of Oil Shale Processing Waters

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