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INF 108

Coal Bed Methane in Alberta - What's It All About? Seminar Proceedings

Furthermore, coalbed methane is high in heating value, generally between approximately 900 and 1,050 Btu/scf; conversely, gas produced from the in-situ combustion of coal is low in heat content, typically in the range of 150 to 300 Btu/scf.The ... Show Abstract

Nikols, D.J.  Treasure, S.  Stuhec, S.  Goulet, D.E.  1990-05-02

INF 111

Introduction to Coal Sampling Techniques for the Petroleum Industry: Coal Bed Methane Series

Introduction to Coal Sampling Techniques for the Petroleum Industry: Coal Bed Methane Series A few of the chemical and physical tests done on coal will be explained as they relate to the petroleum industry. Place Keywords 72e 72l 72m 73d 73e 73l ... Show Abstract

Stuhec, S.  Bures, S.  Jordan, G.  Marchioni, D.  Hulatt, E.  Langenberg, C.W.  McCandlish, M.  Dawson, F.M.  Cave, G.J.  Kahill, A.  Strobl, R.S.  Nikols, D.J.  Bielenstein, H.  Meyer, R.  1990-10-12

OFR 1993-18

Evaluation of Leonardite (Humalite) Resources of Alberta

Leonardite, humalite and humate are similar naturally occurring materials that are enriched in humic and other organic acids. Humalite is the weathered product of subbituminous coals and carbonaceous shales.In Alberta commercial production occurred ... Show Abstract

Retread Resources Ltd.  Hoffman, G.L.  Nikols, D.J.  Stuhec, S.  Wilson, R.A.  1993-03-01

OFR 1985-07

Tour of the Highvale Open Pit Coal Mine June 2, 1985 CIM-CSPG Conference

Pit AThe document also provides a geological interpretation of the mine and the failures in some of the pits. Geological investigations were conducted in pits 02, 03 and 04.The bedrock overburden in many places in the Plains of Western Canada has ... Show Abstract

Fenton, M.M.  Langenberg, C.W.  Jones, J.F.  Trudell, M.R.  Pawlowicz, J.G.  Tapics, J.A.  Nikols, D.J.  1985-01-01

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