Grand Junction inventor needs quarter...

Grand Junction inventor needs quarter-acre to test technology

There are 1 comment on the The Grand Junction Sentinel story from Apr 24, 2014, titled Grand Junction inventor needs quarter-acre to test technology. In it, The Grand Junction Sentinel reports that:

Peter Kearl of Grand Junction examines a piece of broken Green River shale at the base of Long Point, a shale formation north of De Beque along Conn Creek Road.

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Marc FIscher

Grand Junction, CO

#1 Apr 26, 2014
This sounds like an exciting technology. Has Exxon considered dielectric heating vs thermal conduction.?

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