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27th Annual Oil Shale Symposium
 

Monday Afternoon, October 15, 2007

 

Session 1: Welcoming Plenary

Myles W. Scoggins,Jeremy Boak, Session Co-Chairs

1A

Welcome

President Myles W. Scoggins, Colorado School of Mines

Abstract        Paper              Presentation

1B

Department of Interior Perspective on Oil Shale Development

Foster Wade, U. S. Department of the Interior

Abstract        Paper             Presentation

1C

Congressional Perspective on Oil Shale

Jared J. Brown, Legislative Aide to U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch, D-UT

Abstract        Paper             Presentation

1D

Re-Establishment of the Oil Shale Association

Gary Aho1,2, Larry Lukens1,3, Paul Petzrick1, Glenn Vawter1,4

1Oil Shale Association, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, United States, 2Sage Geotech Inc, Rifle, Colorado, United States, 3Shale Tech International Partners, Rifle, Colorado, United States, 4ATP Services, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, United States

Abstract        Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 2:  National Programs Plenary

Jeremy Boak, Jack Dyni, Session Co-Chairs

2A

One Year's Progress in the Chinese Oil Shale Business

Jialin Qian, Jianqiu Wang, Shuyuan Li; China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

2B

Estonian Oilshale Industry Growth 2007-2012: Ongoing Developments and Forecast

Jaanus Purga, VKG

Abstract      Paper         Presentation To view, go to: presentations-pdf\AV 02-2 Purga....exe

2C

Jordan's Commercial Oil Shale Exploitation Strategy

Munther Besieso; Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Amman, Jordan

Abstract      Paper        Presentation

2D

Oil Shale Occurrences, Grades and Prospects in Israel - Updated Picture

Tsevi Minster; Geological Survey of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

Abstract      Paper        Presentation

   

 


 

Tuesday Morning, October 16, 2007

 

Session 3:  Surface Processing

Olayinka Ogunsola, Arthur Hartstein, Session Co-Chairs

3A

E.G.L. Oil Shale Project Update

Roger Day; E.G.L. Oil Shale LLC, Rifle, Colorado, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

3B

Shell's Freeze Wall Test

Wolfgang Deeg, Sepehr Arbabi, Ken Holtgrieve, Bill McKinzie, Sau-Wai Wong, Harold Vinegar; Shell Exploration and Production Company, Houston TX, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

3C

ExxonMobil's Approach to In Situ Co-Development of Oil Shale and Nahcolite

Jesse Yeakel, Robert Kaminsky, William Meurer, William Symington, Michele Thomas; ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co., Houston, TX, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

3D

OSEC'S Utah Oil Shale Project 

Gary Aho; Sage Geotech, Rifle, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 4:  Socioeconomic Impact & Policy

Douglas Jeavons, Glenn Vawter, Session Co-Chairs

4A

Socioeconomic Impacts of a Commercial Oil Shale Operation in the Piceance Basin 

Cathy Kay; Grand Junction, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

4B

Administrative and Legislative Update: The Shifting Requirements for Disposition of Federal Oil Shale Resources

Robert Randall; Western Resource Advocates, Boulder, Colorado, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

4C

Water and Alternate Energy Development in North America

Paul Petzrick; Oil Shale Association, Crownsville MD, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

4D

Impacts of an Oil Shale Boom on Local School Districts

Gary Pack, Christy Hamrick, Theresa Hamilton; Garfield County School District No. Re-2, Rifle CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 5:  In-Situ Processing

William Symington, Thomas Fowler, Session Co-Chairs

5A

Geomechanics of Oil Shale In situ Conversion Process

Sau-Wai Wong, Taixu Bai, Shailesh Ekbote; Shell Exploration and Production Company, Houston, Texas, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

5B

Advantages of In Situ Gas Extraction

Kevin Shurtleff1, Milind Deo2 1 Mountain West Energy, Orem, Utah, United States; 2 University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

5C

Environmental Impact of In Situ Oil Shale Processing

Milind Deo, Chung-Kan Huang, Prashanth Mandalaparty, Zhiqiang Gu; University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

5D

The Coupling of Oil Shale Extraction and Regional Hydrologic Models

George Zyvoloski11, Mingjie Chen1, Urmas Kelsmer2, Elizabeth Keating1

1Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos,NM, United States, 2Chevron Energy Technology Company, HES, Groundwater, Richmond, CA, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 6:   Surface & Ground Water

Michael Day, Wendy Harrison, Session Co-Chairs

6A

Addressing Water Quality Impacts of Oil Shale Development - Modern Approaches for an Old Problem

Wendy Harrison; Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

6B

Field Techniques for Quantifying the Vertical Permeability Characteristics of Oil Shales

Michael Day, Landon Beck; Norwest Applied Hydrology, Denver, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

6C

Leaching Experiments to Evaluate Environmental Impacts of Retorted Oil Shale on Underground Water

Jamal Jaber1, Khalil Khader2,

1Al-Balqa' Applied University, Amman, Jordan; 2Hashemite University, Zarqa, Jordan

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

6D

Groundwater Remediation at an In Situ Oil Shale Test Facility, Green River Basin, Wyoming

James Covell1, Mark Thomas2,Roy Spears3

1RDS / EG&G Technical Services Inc., Laramie, WY, United States, 2RDS / EG&G Technical Services, Inc., Morgantown, WV, United States, 3National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy, Morgantown, WV, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation


 

Tuesday Afternoon, October 16, 2007

 

Session 7: Surface Processing

Matthew Sares, Anthony Howarth, Session Co-Chairs

7A

A New Improved Process for Processing Oil Shale Ore into Motor Ready Fuel Products

Kent E. Hatfield, Ralph L. Coates, L. Douglas Smoot; Combustion Resources, Inc., Provo UT, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

7B

A Process Using Heated and Pressurized Hydrogen in a Fluidized Bed to Produce High Grade Synthetic Crude Oil from Oil Shale, Oil Sands and Bitumen

Martin Karpenski, Fred Hildebrandt; Chattanooga Corp, Florham Park, NJ, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

7C

Manufacture of Synthetic Oil and Gas from Natural Low-Grade Mineral Fossil Fuels

Edouard Golmshtok1, Mikhail Petrov1, Alexander Blokhin2, Dmitriy Kozhitsev2, Ruslan Salikhov2

1Research & Design Institute ATOMENERGOPROEKT, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2Science & Technical Center ECOSORB, Moscow, Russia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

7D

Oil Shale Processing with Plasma

Todd Foret; Foret Plasma Labs, Houston, Texas, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   

 

Session 8:  Health & Environmental Risk

David Olsen, Robert Vagnetti, Session Co-Chairs

8A

Retorted Oil Shale in Estonia: An Environmental Audit

Jaan Habicht1,Kaja Orupõld2,

1Tartu University, Tartu, Estonia, 2Estonian University of Life Sciences, Tartu, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

8B

Contribution of Major Ions to Toxicity of Oil Shale Leachates to Aquatic Organisms

Joseph Meyer; ARCADIS U.S., Inc., Golden, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

8C

Summary Oil Shale Environmental Issues and Research Needs Workshop

S. Robert Vagnetti1, Olayinka Ogansola2, Jeremy Boak3, Arthur Hartstein4, David Olsen4

1US Dept. of Energy, Morgantown WV, United States; 2US Dept. of Energy, Washington DC, United States; 3Colorado Energy Research Institute, Golden CO, United States; 4Technology & Management Services, Inc., Tulsa, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

8D

Petrosix Environmental Management

Henrique Krahenbuhl Porto Alegre; Petrobras, Sao Mateus do Sul, PR, Brazil

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 9:   Evaluation of Oil Shale Options

Thomas Sladek, Milind Deo, Session Co-Chairs

9A

Shale Products - Production, Quality and Market Challenges

Jaanus Purga; Viru Keemia Grupp AS, Kohtla-Järve, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation To view, go to: presentations-pdf\AV 09-1 Purga ....exe

9B

Strategies for Oil Shale Development in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Thomas A. Sladek, Ockham Energy Services, Lakewood, CO,United States; Ziad Jebril Sabra1,Jamel Jaber2, Tarek Tarawneh3, Scott Mernitz4, Donald Cooper4

1Jordanian Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Amman, Jordan, 2Al-Balqa' Applied University, Amman, Jordan, 3Interdisciplinary Research Consultants, Amman, Jordan, 4Behre Dolbear & Co. (USA) Inc., Denver, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

9C

Time and Cost to Commercialize an Oil Shale Surface Retorting Technology

Richard Sherritt, Jim Schmidt; Procom Consultants Pty Ltd, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

9D

On the Use of Oil Shale Beyond Production of Oil and Gas

Musa Resheidat1, Ali Al-Shyoukh1, Mohammad Khair Al-Nawasrah2,1

1Jordan University of Science & Technology, Irbid, Jordan, 2National Resources Authority, Amman, Jordan

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 10:  Chemistry & Geochemistry

Michael Lewan, Terry Gulliver, Session Co-Chairs

10A

Analytical Determination of Oil Shale Derived Diesel Fuel

Teresa Alleman; National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

10B

Comparison of Kinetics for Oil Generation from Oil Shale as Determined by Rock-Eval and Hydrous Pyrolysis

Michael Lewan1, Ronald Hill1, Tim Ruble2

1U. S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado, United States, 2Humble Geochemical Services, Humble, Texas, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

10C

Characterization of the Late Cretaceous Oil Shale Sequence, Southern Tethys, Negev Israel Inferred from Organic Geochemistry and Stable Isotopes

Aya Schneider-Mor1, Sarit Ashckenazi-Polivoda1, Sigal Abramovich1, Ahuva Almogi-Labin2, Shimon Feinstein1

1Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel, 2Geological Survey of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

10D

A New Methodology for Determining Oil Shale Reserves

Cole Nelson1,2, John Rendall1,2, A. H. Rintoul1,2

1Blue Ensign Technologies Limited, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 2Queensland Shale Oil Limited, Sydney, NSW, Australia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   

 

 

Wednesday Morning, October 17, 2007

 

Session 11:  Geology & Stratigraphy

Mark Picha, Shell; Yuval Bartov, Session Co-Chairs

11A

Sequence Stratigraphy of the Green River Formation - Key to Understanding Controls on Lacustrine Source Rocks

Yuval Bartov, Dag Nummedal, Rick Sarg; Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

11B

Deposition and Diagenesis of Basin-Center Evaporites, Green River Formation

Tim Lowenstein; Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

11C

Mineralogical Layering within the Mahogany Zone of the Green River Formation, Piceance Basin, Colorado

Giday WoldeGabriel1, Steve Chipera2, Marcus Wigand1, J. William Carey1, John Kaszuba1

1Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, United States, 2Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Oklahoma City, OK 73118, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

11D

Oil Shale Resource in Mae Sot Basin, Thailand

Apiradee Suwannathong, Damrong Sukhummongkol; Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 12:  Data Review and Assessment

Ronald Johnson, Heather Whitehead, Session Co-Chair

12A

Obtaining Water Data for Oil Shale Research Using HydroSeek

Brian Gallagher; Ecotonics Environmental Scientists, Beverly Hills, CA, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

12B

Regional and Local Scale GIS and Surface/Groundwater Models of the Oil Shale Basins

Paul G Quinn; Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

12C

Risk Assessment of Pillars Stability for Experimental Mining Blocks in Estonian Oil Shale Mines

Sergei Sabanov; Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

12D

Progress on Reassessing Oil Shale of the Green River Formation at the U.S. Geological Survey

Ronald Johnson, Tracey Mercier, John Dyni, Michael Brownfield, Michael Pantea, Jessie Self; U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 13:  Evaluation of Oil Shale Resources

Alan Carroll, Gerald Daub, Session Co-Chairs

13A

Utah's Oil Shale Deposits: Stratigraphy and Resource Evaluation

Michael D. Vanden Berg; Utah Geological Survey, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

13B

Production of Oil Shale from the Green River Formation in Utah

Chung-Kan Huang1, Milind D. Deo1, M. Royhan Gani2; University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

1Chemical Engineering Department 2Energy & Geoscience Institute (EGI)

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

13C

The Resources of China's Oil Shale and the Prospect of its Exploitation and Utilization

Renhe Liu2, Hongyan Wang2, Nengyu Yang1, Lianzhu Cong1, Dewen Zheng2, Fuyuan Mu2

1PetroChina Company Limited Exploration & Production Company, BeiJing, China, 2Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development-Lang Fang, LangFang, China

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

13D

Upper Permian Oil Shale Deposits of Northwest China: World's Largest?

Alan Carroll; University of Wisconsin, Madison Wisconsin, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 14:  Modeling

George Zyvoloski, Rosangela Sviercoski, Session Co-Chairs

14A

Variable Activation Energy to Model Oil Shale Pyrolysis Kinetics

Omar Al-Ayed1, Sulieman Abu-Ein2

1Al-Abalqa Applied University, Faculty of Engineering Technology, Amman, Jordan, 2Chemical Engineering Technology, Amman, Jordan

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

14B

Oil Shale Pyrolysis Reaction Model by Solving Ordinary Differential Equation Approach 

Shahrul Azman Zainal Abidin1, Omar Bekri2, Ahmad Junaidi Jalaludin1, M Nazri M Fuad1

1Petronas, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2Chapem Consultants, Rabat, Morocco

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

14C

Multiscale Modeling Applied to Fractured Oil Shale Rock

Rosangela Sviercoski, Bryan Travis, George Zyvoloski; Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos New Mexico, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

14D

Multiscale Modelling of Flow and Solute Transport in the Piceance Basin: Development of Efficient Techniques for Representing Rate-limited Mobilization of Potential Groundwater Contaminants

Christophe Frippiat1, George Zyvoloski2, Tissa Illangasekare1

1Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States, 2Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

 

 

Wednesday Afternoon, October 17, 2007 

 

Session 15:  Greenhouse Gases & Carbon Sequestration

Michele Thomas, Ronald Klusman, Session Co-Chairs

15A

Estimate of Carbon Dioxide Production for In Situ Production of Shale Oil from the Green River Formation in Western Colorado

Jeremy Boak; Colorado School of Mines/Colorado Energy Research Institute, Golden CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

15B

Converting Green River Oil Shale to Liquid Fuels with ATP and ICP Technologies: A Life-Cycle Comparison of Energy Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Adam Brandt; University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

15C

India's Energy Future and Carbon Management

Baleshwar Kumar; National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, India

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

15D

A Method of Reducing CO2 Emissions from Surface Oil Shale Retorts

Ralph Coates1, Kent Hatfield1, Douglas Smoot1,2

1Combustion Resources, Inc., Provo, Utah, United States, 2Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 16:  Oil Shale Properties

Manika Prasad, Jessie Yeakel, Session Co-Chairs

16A

Acoustic Signatures and Impedance Microstructure of Oil Shales

Manika Prasad1, Michael Reinstädtler2, Walter Arnold2

1Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, United States, 2Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing, Saarbrücken, Germany

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

16B

Unique Mineralogy of Oil Shale from the Piceance Basin, Colorado

Marcus Wigand1,2, Steve Chipera1,3, Giday Woldegabriel1, Doug McCarthy2, William Carey1, John Kaszuba1

1Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, United States, 2Chevron Energy Technology Company, Houston, TX, United States, 3Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Oklahoma City, OK, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

16C

Investigation of the Properties of Products of Oil Shale Decomposition through the Bitumen Stage

Juri Soone, Svatoslav Doilov, Aleksei Zaidentsal; Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Harjumaa, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

16D

Research on Release of Trace Elements on Retorting from Huadian Oil Shale

Wang Qing, Bai Jingru, Chen Yan, Sun Baizhong, Li Shaohua, Sun Jian; Northeast Dianli University, Jilin City, China

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   
 

Session 17:  Wrap-up Plenary - U.S. and World Oil Shale Development

Anton Dammer, Dag Nummedal, Session Co-Chairs

17A1

Plenary Session on the Potential for Oil Shale Development in the United States

Anton Dammer1, James Patten2, Khosrow Biglarbigi3, Bruce Reynolds4, James Bunger5

1Department of Energy Office Of Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves, Washington, D.C, United States, 2Red Leaf Resources, Salt Lake City, UT, United States, 3INTEK Inc, Arlington, VA, United States, 4Idaho National Energy Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID, United States, 5James Bunger And Associates, Salt Lake City, UT, United States

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

17A2

Overview of Emerging Oil Shale Technologies

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

17A3

Oil Shale Development Economics

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

17A4

Environmental Aspects of CO2 and Water Management

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

17A5

Energy Cost of Producing Energy - Why Thermodyamics Tell Us It Is Time for Unconventional Fuels from Oil Shale

Abstract      Paper             Presentation

   

 

 

Poster Session, October 15-17, 2007 

 

Session 18: Poster Session Titles

1

Updated Developments and Activities in Oil Shale in Jordan

Musa Resheidat2, Mohammad Khair Al-Nawasrah1, Ali Al-Shyoukh2

1National Resources Authority, Amman, Jordan, 2Jordan University of Science & Technology, Irbid, Jordan

Abstract      Paper             Poster        

2

Eesti Energia - Refining and Exporting Our Shale Oil Expertise 

Harri Mikk Eesti; Energia AS, Talinn, Estonia

Abstract      Paper             Poster          

3

Evolution on Development of Petrochina Company Limited Oil Shale in DaQing 

Dewen Zheng2, Nengyu Yang1, Hongyan Wang2, Lianzhu Cong1, Renhe Liu2, Baichang Wang3

1Exploration and production of Petrochina Company Limited, BeiJing, China, 2Research Institute of Petroleum Exploration and Development-Lang Fang, LangFang, China, 3DaQing Oil Field Company, DaQing, China

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

4

Energy Independence for Europe: The Cambrian Alum Shale of Sweden - A Two Fold Energy Resource - Oil And Uranium 

Ed Godin1, Sven Snell2,1, Stewart Jackson3,1, Patricia Sheahan4,1, Michael Bromley-Challenor5

1Continental Precious Minerals Inc., Toronto, Canada, 2Consultant, Uppsala, Sweden, 3Consultant, Winterhaven CA, United States, 4Consultant, Toronto, Canada, 5Consultant, Asa, Sweden

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

5

Pressure-Assisted Ozonation of Produced Water and Process Water of Oil Shale

Zhixiong Cha, Xiaoxiao Cai, Raymond Levey, Andy Hong; The University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

6

Mercury in Oil Shale, Problems and Solutions 

Tom Barton, Beau Braunberger; Western Research Institute, Laramie, WY, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

7

SO2 Removal by Using Jordanian Oil Shale Ash 

Adnan Al-Harahsheh, Reyad Shawabkeh; Mutah University, Karak, Jordan

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

8

Neutralization of Highly Alkaline Waste Streams of Estonian Oil Shale Thermal Processing

Jaan Habicht; Tartu University, Tartu, Estonia

Abstract      Paper            Poster           

9

Experimental Combustion Research on Oil Shale and Carbonization Semicoke  

Shaohua Li, Jihui Xu, Jianye Pu; Institute for Energy and Mechanical Engineering, Jilin, Jilin Province, China

Abstract      Paper           Poster         

10

Synthesis of Solid Acid Catalyst from Spent Oil Shale

Jeong-Geol Na1, Wi-Seok Yoo2, Soo Hyun Chung1

1Korea Institute of Energy Research, Daejeon, South Korea, 2Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea

Abstract      Paper             Poster        

11

Study of Geochemical Characteristics and Genesis of Dalianhe Oil Shale in Heilongjiang Province

Shihui Wang1,2, Zhenwen Liu1,3, Chunrui Chen1, Jinlong Ma1

1Exploration and Development Research Institute, Daqing, Heilongjiang, China, 2Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China, 3School of Energy Resources, China University of Geosciences, Beijing, China

Abstract      Paper         Poster           

12

Oil Shale Metallogenic Conditions of Cenozoic Fault Basins in Eastern Northeast of China

Zhaojun Liu, Jianwei Zhu, Feng Liu; College of Earth Sciences, Jilin University, Changchun, China

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

13

Distribution Rules of Oil Shale of Cenozoic Fault Basins in Sequence Stratigraphic Framework in Eastern Northeast of China  

Rong Liu, Qingtao Meng, Jizhong Shi; College of Earth Sciences, Jilin University, Changchun, China

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

14

Saline Minerals of the Green River Formation in the Green River and Washakie Basins, Wyoming, USA

Glenn Mason; Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

15

Characterization of the Latest Cretaceous Oil Shale Sequence in the Negev, Israel, as Inferred from Foraminifera

Sarit Ashckenazi-Polivoda1, Aya Schneider-Mor1, Sigal Abramovich1, Ahuva Almogi-Labin2, Shimon Feinstein1

1Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer-Sheva, Israel, 2The Geological Survey of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

16

Oil Shale, Salinity and the Lower Basin States

Cathy Kay; Grand Junction, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster           

17

Environmental and Water Resources Impacts from Oil Shale Development 

David Atkins, Terri Cook, Houston Kempton; Watershed Environmental, Boulder, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper           Poster           

18

Presentation by Paul Petzrick moved to presentation 4C

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

19

An Overview of the Water Management Cross-Cut Plan for Commercialization of America's Unconventional Fuels 

Thomas Wood1, Anton Dammer2, Cathy Wilson3, Jack Parker4, Richard Skaggs5, Therese Stovall6

1Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID, United States, 2U. S. Department of Energy, Washington, DC, United States, 3Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM, United States, 4University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, United States, 5Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA, United States, 6Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

20

The Oil Shale Association

Gary Aho1,2, Larry Lukens1,3, Paul Petzrick1, Glenn Vawter1,4

1Oil Shale Association, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, United States, 2Sage Geotech Inc., Rifle, Colorado, United States, 3Shale Tech International Partners, Rifle, Colorado, United States, 4ATP Services, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster           

21

Zero CO2 Emission Oil Shale Process

Jimmy Jia, Rick Sherritt, Jim Schmidt; Procom Consultants P/L, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

22

Early Phase In Situ RF Heating of Oil Shale: Issues and Modeling

Jeffery Roberts, Philip Harben, Russell Detwiler, Jerry Sweeney, Alan Burnham; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster         

23

Some Perspectives on Various Methods of Oil Shale Extraction, Piceance Basin, Colorado

Glen Miller; Grand Junction, CO, United States

Abstract      Paper             Poster          

    

     Author Index

First Name

Last Name

Paper/Poster Number

Shahrul Azman Zainal

Abidin

14B

Sigal

Abramovich

10C, P15

Sulieman

Abu-Ein

14A

Gary

Aho

1D, 3D, P20

Omar

Al-Ayed

14A

Henrique Krahenbuhl Porto

Alegre

8D

Adnan

Al-Harahsheh

P7

Teresa

Alleman

10A

Ahuva

Almogi-Labin

10C, P15

Mohammad Khair

Al-Nawasrah

9D, P1

Ali

Al-Shyoukh

9D, P1

Sepehr

Arbabi

3B

Walter

Arnold

16A

Sarit

Ashckenazi-Polivoda

10C, P15

David

Atkins

P17

Taixu

Bai

5A

Sun

Baizhong

16D

Tom

Barton

P6

Yuval

Bartov

11A

Landon

Beck

6B

Omar

Bekri

14B

Khosrow

Biglarbigi

17A

Alexander

Blokhin

7C

Jeremy

Boak

15A, 8C

Adam

Brandt

15B

Beau

Braunberger

P6

Michael

Bromley-Challenor

P4

Jared J.

Brown

1C

Michael

Brownfield

12D

Munther

Bsieso

2C

James

Bunger

17A

Alan

Burnham

P22

Xiaoxiao

Cai

P5

J. William

Carey

16B, 11C

Alan

Carroll

13D

Zhixiong

Cha

P5

Chunrui

Chen

P11

Mingjie

Chen

5D

Steve

Chipera

16B, 11C

Soo Hyun

Chung

P10

Ralph L.

Coates

7A, 15D

Lianzhu

Cong

13C, P3

Terri

Cook

P17

Donald

Cooper

9B

James

Covel

6D

Anton

Dammer

17A, P19

Michael

Day

3A, 6B

Wolfgang

Deeg

3B

Milind

Deo

5B, 5C, 13B

Russell

Detwiler

P22

Svatoslav

Doilov

16C

John

Dyni

12D

Shailesh

Ekbote

5A

Shimon

Feinstein

10C, P15

Todd

Foret

7D

Christophe

Frippiat

14D

M Nazri M

Fuad

14B

Brian

Gallagher

12A

M. Royhan

Gani

13B

Ed

Godin

P4

Edouard

Golmshtok

7C

Zhiqiang

Gu

5C

Jaan

Habicht

8A, P8

Theresa

Hamilton

4D

Christy

Hamrick

4D

Philip

Harben

P22

Wendy

Harrison

6A

Arthur

Hartstein

8C

Kent

Hatfield

7A, 15D

Fred

Hildebrandt

7B

Ronald

Hill

10B

Ken

Holtgrieve

3B

Andy

Hong

P5

Chung-Kan

Huang

13B, 5C

Tissa

Illangasekare

14D

Jamal

Jaber

9B, 6C

Stewart

Jackson

P4

Ahmad Junaidi

Jalaludin

14B

Jimmy

Jia

P21

Sun

Jian

16D

Bai

Jingru

16D

Ronald

Johnson

12D

Robert

Kaminsky

3C

Martin

Karpenski

7B

John

Kaszuba

16B, 11C

Cathy

Kay

4A, P16

Elizabeth

Keating

5D

Urmas

Kelsmer

5D

Houston

Kempton

P17

Khalil

Khader

6C

Dmitriy

Kozhitsev

7C

Baleshwar

Kumar

15C

Raymond

Levey

P5

Michael

Lewan

10B

Shaohua

Li

2A, P9

Feng

Liu

P12

Renhe

Liu

13C, P3

Rong

Liu

P13

Zhaojun

Liu

P12

Zhenwen

Liu

P11

Tim

Lowenstein

11B

Larry

Lukens

1D, P20

Jinlong

Ma

P11

Prashanth

Mandalaparty

5C

Glenn

Mason

P14

Doug

McCarthy

16B

Bill

McKinzie

3B

Qingtao

Meng

P13

Tracey

Mercier

12D

Scott

Mernitz

9B

William

Meurer

3C

Joseph

Meyer

8B

Harri

Mikk

P2

Glen

Miller

P23

Tsevi

Minster

2D

Fuyuan

Mu

13C

Jeong-Geol

Na

P10

Cole

Nelson

10D

Dag

Nummedal

11A

Olayinka

Ogansola

8C

David

Olsen

8C

Kaja

Orupold

8A

Gary

Pack

4D

Michael

Pantea

12D

Jack

Parker

P19

James

Patten

17A

Mikhail

Petrov

7C

Paul

Petzrick

4C, 1D, P20

Manika

Prasad

16A

Jianye

Pu

P9

Jaanus

Purga

9A, 2B

Jialin

Qian

2A

Wang

Qing

16D

Paul G.

Quinn

12B

Robert

Randall

4B

Michael

Reinstadtler

16A

John

Rendall

10D

Musa

Resheidat

9D, P1

Bruce

Reynolds

17A

A. H.

Rintoul

10D

Jeffery

Roberts

P22

Tim

Ruble

10B

Sergei

Sabanov

12C

Ziad Jebril

Sabra

9B

Ruslan

Salikhov

7C

Rick

Sarg

11A

Jim

Schmidt

9C, P21

Aya

Schneider-Mor

10C, P15

Myles

Scoggins

1A

Jessie

Self

12D

Li

Shaohua

16D

Reyad

Shawabkeh

P7

Patricia

Sheahan

P4

Richard

Sherritt

9C, P21

Jizhong

Shi

P13

Kevin

Shurtleff

5B

Richard

Skaggs

P19

Thomas A.

Sladek

9B

Douglas

Smoot

7A, 15D

Sven

Snell

P4

Juri

Soone

16C

Roy

Spears

6D

Therese

Stovall

P19

Damrong

Sukhummongkol

11D

Apiradee

Suwannathong

11D

Rosangela

Sviercoski

14C

Jerry

Sweeney

P22

William

Symington

3C

Tarek

Tarawneh

9B

Michele

Thomas

3C

Mark

Thomassup

6D

Bryan

Travis

14C

Robert

Vagnetti

8C

Michael D.

Vanden Berg

13A

Glenn

Vawter

1D, P20

Harold

Vinegar

3B

Foster

Wade

1B

Baichang

Wang

P3

Hongyan

Wang

13C, P3

Jianqiu

Wang

2A

Shihui

Wang

P11

Marcus

Wigand

16B, 11C

Cathy

Wilson

P19

Giday

Woldegabriel

16B, 11C

Sau-Wai

Wong

5A, 3B

Thomas

Wood

P19

Jihui

Xu

P9

Chen

Yan

16D

Nengyu

Yang

13C, P3

Jesse

Yeakel

3C

Wi-Seok

Yoo

P10

Aleksei

Zaidentsal

16C

Dewen

Zheng

13C, P3

Jianwei

Zhu

P12

George

Zyvoloski

14C, 5D, 14D

 

 
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