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INF 109

Coal Geology and its Application to Coal-Bed Methane Reservoirs; Lecture Notes for Short Course

Coal Geology and its Application to Coal-Bed Methane Reservoirs; Lecture Notes for Short Course Coal geology is the field of science, which studies the occurrence and origin of coal on the planet earth. Differences in the kinds of plant materials ... Show Abstract

Langenberg, C.W.  Kalkreuth, W.D.  Levine, J.  Strobl, R.S.  Demchuk, T.  Hoffman, G.L.  Jerzykiewicz, T.  1990-08-24

INF 124

Alberta Geological Survey Contributions to the CSPG Annual Convention June 18 - 22, 2001

Alberta Geological Survey Contributions to the CSPG Annual Convention June 18 - 22, 2001 Five presentations from Alberta Geological Survey that were presented at the 2001 CSPG Annual Convention. Place Keywords 72e 72l 72m 73d 73e 73l 73m 74d 74e ... Show Abstract

Beaton, A.P.  Chen, D.  Richardson, R.J.H.  Andriashek, L.D.  Pawlowicz, J.G.  Fenton, M.M.  Ranger, I.  Langenberg, C.W.  Hein, F.J.  Pana, C.  Lemay, T.G.  Stewart, S.A.  Campbell, J.D.  2001-06-22

INF 034

A Low-Temperature Carbonization Assay of Alberta Coals

A Low-Temperature Carbonization Assay of Alberta Coals During investigations into low-temperature fluidized-bed carbonization of sub-bituminous coal, it was observed that tar and light oil yields tended to be so low as to make industrial ... Show Abstract

Davies, G.  Moreland, C.  Berkowitz, N.  1961-01-01

INF 033

Alberta Subbituminous Coals as Drilling Fluid Thinners

Except in a few instances where suitable substitutes are locally available, this material is made from carefully specified bentonites and serves to counteract hole pressures, to lubricate drill bits, to remove cuttings, and to seal borehole walls.In ... Show Abstract

Jensen, E.J.  1961-01-01

INF 024

Proceedings: Ninth Annual Dominion-Provincial Coal Research Conference, August 30 - September 1, 1957

Proceedings: Ninth Annual Dominion-Provincial Coal Research Conference, August 30 - September 1, 1957 The committee is charged with the task of maintaining proper liaison between the various Canadian agencies engaged in coal research; and the ... Show Abstract

Lang, W.A.  Whittaker, W.C.  Mifflen, S.C.  Goudge, M.G.  Ignatieff, A.  Uren, W.E.  1957-09-01

GEO 2005-05

Oolitic Ironstone and Coal Digital Compilation, 2004. Clear Hills - Smoky River Region, Northwestern Alberta

[...]the northern part of this region, referred to as the Clear Hills in this report, extends just north of the town of Worsley (Tp 85), north to Tp 101.The digital compilation shows there are:1) 66 publicly available assessment reports, on file ... Show Abstract

Olson, R.A.  Weiss, J.A.  Alesi, E.J.  2006-04-01

INF 101

Alberta Plains Coal Regions: Potential Feedstock for Coal Conversion by Liquefaction and Pyrolysis

Alberta Plains Coal Regions: Potential Feedstock for Coal Conversion by Liquefaction and Pyrolysis Coal, believed to be suitable as feedstock for on-site conversion plants, is found in many very large deposits in the Alberta Plains; some of these ... Show Abstract

Campbell, J.D.  du Plessis, M.P.  1983-01-01

INF 026

An Investigation of the Grindability of Alberta Subbituminous Coals

Several extensive studies were carried out with a view to having a method of determining the grindability of coal adopted as a standard method by A.S.T.M. Eventually, in 1951; the Hardgrove test (1) was adopted by the A.S.T.M. as the sole standard ... Show Abstract

Jensen, E.J.  Fryer, J.F.  1958-01-01

INF 060

Proceedings: First Geological Conference on Western Canadian Coal

Proceedings: First Geological Conference on Western Canadian Coal Western Canada is estimated to contain some 118 billion tons of coal from lignitic to anthracitic. The coals, ranging in age from Jurassic to Tertiary, are widely distributed across ... Show Abstract

Mellon, G.B.  Kramers, J.W.  Seagel, E.J.  1972-09-01

INF 066

Storage of Coal Samples

Storage of Coal Samples Exploration for coal is often conducted in remote areas from which coal samples can only be obtained at high cost. Since all lands disturbed by an exploration program must nowadays be reclaimed on completion of the program ... Show Abstract

Fryer, J.F.  Szladow, A.J.  1973-08-01