1. The Acidizer (Trade Publication of Dowell Inc.):

    • No. 1.

      Aspects of Acidizing.

    • No. 2.

      Inhibited Acid.

    • No. 3.

      The Value of Acidizing.

    • No. 4.

      The Chemistry of Acidizing.

    • No. 5.

      Jelly Seal in Acidizing.

    • No. 6.

      Loosening Stuck Drill Pipe.

    • No. 7.

      The Geology of Acidizing.

  2. I. C. Albright: Acid Is Being Used for Cleaning Intake Wells inWater-flooded Areas. Oil Weekly (Sept. 23, 1935) 24.

  3. D. H. Bancroft: Acid Tests Increase Production of Zwolle Wells, MillerCounty, Arkansas. Oil and Gas Jnl. (Dec. 22, 1932) 42.

  4. A. H. Bell: Possible Areas for Acid Treatment in Illinois. Pub. ofIllinoisIndiana Petro Assn. and Illinois Geol. Survey (1934) 49.

  5. N. A. Best: Treating Limestone Formations Consists of More than PouringHydrochloric Acid in the Well. Oil and Gas Jnl. (April 5, 1934) 54.

  6. L. G. E. Bignell: Sealing Off Salt Water from Oil-bearing Formations. Oiland Gas Jnl. (Jan. 30, 1936) 59.

  7. L. G. E. Bignell: Acidizing Upper Limestone Formation Facilitated by the Useof Jelly Seal. Oil and Gas Jnl. (March 5, 1936) 30.

  8. L. G. E. Bignell: Bailing, Shooting, Tubing and Acidizing Have All BeenTried in Deep Test at Binger, Oklahoma. Oil and Gas Jnl. (May 10, 1934)38.

  9. L. G. E. Bignell: Dowell Incorporated Increasing Its Field Service for AcidTreatment of Wells. Oil and Gas Jnl. (June 7, 1934) 62.

  10. L. C. Chamberlain, Jr. and P. E. Fitzgerald: Oil Well Acidizing inMichigan. Mich. Acad. ScL Papers (March 1937).

  11. M. E. Chapman: Some of the Theoretical and Practical Aspects of the AcidTreatment of Limestone Wells. Oil and Gas Jnl. (Oct. 12, 1933) 10.

  12. C. E. Clason and J. G. Staudt: Limestone Reservoir Rocks of Kansas ReactFavorably to Acid Treatment. Oil and Gas Jnl. (April 25, 1935) 53.

  13. W. F. Cloud: Cleaning and Reconditioning Oil Wells-Reconditioning by Use ofAcid (Petroleum Production 1937), 389. University of.Oklahoma Press,1937.

  14. 1\. A. Covell: Developments in Eastern Production Practice. Acid Treatmentof Mi('higan Wells. Amer. Petro Inst. Prod. Bull. 213 (1934) 77; Oil' and GasJul. (May 31,1934) 89; Oil Weekly (May 28,1934) 17.

  15. B. A. Cunningham: Acid Treatment of Lime Formations. Amer. Petr.Inst. Paper 901 (1933) 9D, 1–7.

  16. 0.1. DeSchon: Pondera Production up 22,000 Barrels. Montana Oil & Min.Jnl. (Jan. 26, 1935)

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