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Inventor:
Harmon; Richard A.
Address:
Ponca City, OK
No. of patents:
3
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4754808 Methods for obtaining well-to-well flow communication July 5, 1988
A process for establishing well-to-well flow communication between a plurality of wells penetrating a subsurface formation is provided. A common fracture network is created by initiating a fracture from a first well, and then propagating that fracture from the first well to a second
4732213 Colloidal silica-based fluid diversion March 22, 1988
A process for selectively plugging permeable zones in subterranean formations or for plugging subterranean leaks which comprises injecting into the permeable zone or the site of the subterranean leak an aqueous solution containing 1 to 70 weight percent of a non-aggregated colloidal
4662440 Methods for obtaining well-to-well flow communication May 5, 1987
A process for establishing well-to-well flow communication between a plurality of wells penetrating a subsurface formation is provided. A common fracture network is created by initiating a fracture from a first well, and then propagating that fracture from the first well to a second










 
 
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