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Tuesday, 30 May - AM

Current Models of Vapor Production and Mass Recovery Thermal Remediation Sites and Their Implications for Effective Heating and Extraction Strategies;

J.C. LaChance, Mc2 USA; P. Hegele, McMillan-McGee Corp.; J. Munholland, Arcadis USA Inc.

John LaChance and Paul Hegele presented this work at 9:15am on Tuesday, 30 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Thermal Treatment - How Much Energy Does it Take?;

S. Griepke, G. Heron, A. Bonarriogo, TerraTherm, Gardner, MA.

Steffen Griepke presented this work at 9:45am on Tuesday, 30 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Utilizing Numerous Technologies in Synergy During an Accelerated Site Clean Up;

B. Parry, CSX Transportation; S. Farnsworth, LSP Amec Foster Wheeler plc; K. Crowder, M. Klemmer, Arcadis; B. Winder, C. Campbell, McMillan-McGee Corp.; J.C. LaChance, Mc2 USA

Kevin Crowder presented this work at 10:30am on Tuesday, 30 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Thermally Enhanced Bioremediation of Naphthalene;

P. Furbacher, I. Yang, K. Newfield, B. Sleep, University of Toronto

Paul Furbacher presented this work at 11:00am on Tuesday, 30 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

A Tool for Thermal Remediation Site Design: A Numerical Model Coupling Electrical Heating, Discrete Gas Generation and Mobilization; (not available)

I.L. Molnar, M. Krol, York University; K.G. Mumford, Queen's University

Ian Molnar presented this work at 11:30am on Tuesday, 30 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Tuesday, 30 May - PM

Extreme Temperature Constitutive Properties of Fine Grained Sediments and Their Role in Reservoir Geomechanics of In-Situ Thermal Recovery Projects - A Review;

R.J. Chalaturnyk, H.A. Kasani, University of Alberta

Rick Chalaturnyk presented this work at 1:15pm on Tuesday, 30 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Electrical Heating/Solvent Injection Technology for Oil Sands;

T. Harding, Nexen Energy ULC

Thomas Harding presented this work at 1:45pm on Tuesday, 30 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Dynamics and Energetics of Steam Chambers in Oil Sands Recovery Processes; - (not available)

I.D. Gates. University of Calgary

Ian Gates presented this work at 2:15pm on Tuesday, 30 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

The Role of Laboratory Testing in the Evaluation, Design and Application of the In-Situ Thermal Treatment; -(coming soon)

J. Cole, CH2M Hill

Jason Cole presented this work at 3:00pm on Tuesday, 30 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Lessons Learned - the Final Step in a Thermal Treatment Project;

J. Reisinger, G. McCleary, R. Hinchee, Integrated Science & Technology, Inc.; B. Winder, C. Campbell, McMillan-McGee Corp.; E. Tung, MK Environmental Inc.

Jim Reisinger presented this work at 3:30pm on Tuesday, 30 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Wednesday, 31 May - AM

In-Situ Smoldering Combustion (STAR) for the Treatment of Contaminated Soils: Research Supporting Field Applications;

J. Gerhard, University of Western Ontario; D. Major, G. Grant, G. Scholes, L. Kinsman, Savron

Jason Gerhard presented this work at 8:45am on Wednesday, 31 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Gas Production and Migration During Electrical Resistance Heating of Heterogeneous Porous Media Impacted by Chlorinated Solvents;

J. Munholland, Arcadis US Inc. (formerly with Queen's University); B.H. Kueper, K.G. Mumford, Queen's University

Jonah Munholland presented this work at 9:15am on Wednesday, 31 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Challenges of Thermal Remediation at Superfund Sites;

E.L. Davis, USEPA, RS Kerr Environmental Research Center

Eva Davis presented this work at 9:45am on Wednesday, 31 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Treatability Study for In-Situ Thermal Remediation of a MGP Site;

X. Song, X. Chen, D. Ding, J. Ren, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences; T. Jordan, KEMRON Environmental Services, Inc.

Xin Song presented this work at 10:30am on Wednesday, 31 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

STARx (Ex Situ Smouldering) for the Treatment of Contaminated Soils and Liquid Organic Wastes;

G. Grant, G. Scholes, D. Major, C. Murray, Savron; G.P. Sabadell, D. Thomas, Chevron

Gavin Grant presented this work at 11:00am on Wednesday, 31 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Enhancement in the Removal of High Viscosity Oil Through Steam Injection;

R. Spina, R. Coelho, Geoklock Environmental Consultancy

Thais Meneguzzo presented this work at 11:30am on Wednesday, 31 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

Wednesday, 31 May - PM

1,4-Dioxane Vadose Remediation by Thermal Soil Vapor Extraction: Lessons Learned;

R. Hinchee, D. Burris, Integrated Science & Technology, Inc.; P. Johnson, Colorado School of Mines; P. Dahlen, Arizona State University

Ken Tse presented this work at 1:15pm on Wednesday, 31 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.

In-Situ Thermal Remediation in Europe: Advances and Lessons Learnt at Multiple Sites - 2005 to Present;

J. Baldock, J. Dablow, Environmental Resources Management (ERM)

James Baldock presented this work at 1:45pm on Wednesday, 31 May at the International In-Situ Thermal Treatment (I2T2) Symposium held at the Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta from 30-31 May 2017.


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