Oil Shale Dry Mill

  • BLM Cultural Resource Series: ColoradoCultural Resources ...

    BLM Cultural Resource Series: ColoradoCultural Resources ...

    The oil shale boom during the 1920s saw construction of retorts like this one belonging to the Oil Shale Mining Company on Dry Creek near DeBeque, Colorado. Photo by Geological Survey. American Oil Shale Refining Company had its retort on Parachute Creek, north of Grand Valley, Colorado.

  • Equinor sells lossmaking shale assets in Bakken to ...

    Equinor sells lossmaking shale assets in Bakken to ...

    Feb 10, 2021 · B y Nerijus Adomaitis. OSLO, Feb 10 (Reuters) Norway's Equinor said on Wednesday it has agreed to sell its assets in the Bakken oil province after a .

  • CNA

    CNA

    The invention discloses an oil shale dry distillation recovery technology, comprising the steps: the first washed dry distillation gas sequentially enters into washing segments of a gas saturation washing tower and an air saturation washing tower to be secondly washed and thirdly washed, the washing water which flows out of the bottoms of the towers are statically layered, the shale oil enters ...

  • (PDF) Oil and shale gas from the Barnett Shale, Ft. Worth ...

    (PDF) Oil and shale gas from the Barnett Shale, Ft. Worth ...

    Oil and shale gas from the Barnett Shale, Ft. Worth Basin, Texas ... Dry Gas. Biodegradation. Secondary. Cracking. ... USING A °C/ mill io n ye ars CONST ANT HEAT ING RAT E. COMPUTED. TRANSFORMA ...

  • Characterization of Marcellus Shale natural gas well drill ...

    Characterization of Marcellus Shale natural gas well drill ...

    Jun 01, 2013 · The shale contains oil and gas generated from the anaerobic decomposition of ancient, organicrich material deposits. Adsorbed on the Marcellus Shale mineral grains and trapped in isolated pore spaces and fractures ( Lee et al., 2011, United States Department of Environmental Conservation, 2011 ), the oil and gas are particularly difficult to ...

  • The Penn State Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research

    The Penn State Marcellus Center for Outreach and Research

    The process involves starting with vertical drilling followed by horizontal drilling. Vertical drilling ranges from 5,000 feet to 9,000 feet below ground depending upon the depth and thickness of the gas reservoir. When the Marcellus Shale is reached, the well is turned, and horizontal drilling occurs for another 3,000 feet to 10,000 feet or more.

  • Eagle Ford Shale Development | Tidal Petroleum

    Eagle Ford Shale Development | Tidal Petroleum

    Eagle Ford Shale Development. Tidal Petroleum's primary focus since 2010 has been the Eagle Ford Shale. This shale trend has low dry hole risk and excellent longevity. The extreme advancements in drilling, completion and fracing techniques have made this play the most prolific oil .

  • CNA

    CNA

    The invention provides an oil shale residue aerated . The oil shale residue aerated is prepared from the following raw materials: 20 to 30 weight parts of oil shale residue, 25 to 30 weight parts of coal ash, 5 to 10 weight parts of cement, 4 to 6 weight parts of modified attapulgite, 5 to 10 weight parts of mica powder, 5 to 10 weight parts of ceramics factory waste, 5 to 10 weight ...

  • Search historical mine photographs

    Search historical mine photographs

    Mine State County Mineral Image info; Black Metal Reduction Co Mill: Colorado: Boulder: Tungsten: 1151 x 861, Gray: Blue Jay fluorspar mining: Colorado: Boulder

  • Oil Shale Deposits | Maps, Geology Resources

    Oil Shale Deposits | Maps, Geology Resources

    Oil shales range widely in organic content and oil yield. Commercial grades of oil shale, as determined by their yield of shale oil, ranges from about 100 to 200 liters per metric ton (l/t) of rock. The Geological Survey has used a lower limit of about 40 l/t for classifiion of Federal oilshale lands.

  • Wet vs. Dry Natural Gas – What is the difference?

    Wet vs. Dry Natural Gas – What is the difference?

    Aug 07, 2015 · Wet Natural Gas. On the other hand, "wet" natural gas contains compounds like ethane (ex. used to make plastics) and butane (ex. used in lighter fluid). These "natural gas liquids" (NGLs) can be separated and sold on their own for specific uses. Ethane is widely used in petrochemical plants and to also manufacture consumer goods (like ...