Publications


(i) Articles in Refereed Journal Publications:

62. J. H. Jacobs, C. E. Deering, K. L. Lesage, M. J. Stashick and R. A. Marriott (2021) Rapid cycling thermal swing adsorption apparatus: Commissioning and data analyses for water adsorption of zeolite 4A and zeolite 13X over 2000 cycles. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 60, 7487-7494.

61. R. Sui, C. E. Deering, R. Prinsloo, N. Chou and R. A. Marriott (2021) Sol–Gel synthesis of 2-dimensional TiO2: Self-assembly of Ti–oxoalkoxy–acetate complexes by carboxylate ligand directed condensation. Faraday Disc., 227, 125-140.

60. K. I. Adeniyi, C. E. Deering and R. A. Marriott (2020) The saturated water content of liquid propane in equilibrium with the sII Hydrate. Energies, 13, 6295.

59. S. Lee, C. E. Deering, M. J. Stashick, N. Chou and R. A. Marriott (2020) Experimental high-pressure hydrogen sulfide partial oxidation and equilibrium calculation by Gibbs Energy Minimization. Ind. Eng, Chem. Res., 59, 19890-19896.

58. K. I. Adeniyi, F. Bernard, C. E. Deering and R. A. Marriott (2020) Water content of liquid H2S in equilibrium with the hydrate phase. Fluid Phase Equilibria, 529, 112865.

57. K. I. Adeniyi, C. E. Deering, E. Grynia and R. A. Marriott (2020) Water content and hydrate dissociation conditions for carbon dioxide rich fluid. Int. J. Greenhouse Gas Control, 101, 103139.

56. R. Sui, C. B. Lavery, C. E. Deering, R. Prinsloo, Dao Li, N. Chou, K. L. Lesage and R. A. Marriott (2020) Improved carbon disulfide conversion: modification of an alumina Claus catalyst by deposition of transition metal oxides. Applied Cataysis A., 604, 117773.

55. J. A. Commodore, C. E. Deering and R. A. Marriott (2020) High-pressure volumetric properties of carbon disulfide, carbonyl sulfide and hydrogen sulfide in propane. J. Chem. Eng. Data 65, 4621-4631.

54. R. Sui, P. A. Charpentier and R. A. Marriott (2020) Synthesizing 1D and 2D metal oxide nanostructures: using metal acetate complexes as building blocks. Nanoscale, 12, 17971-17981.

53. S. Wang, M. Madekufamba, K. L. Lesage, F. Bernard, B. S. Gelfand, P. M. Davis, K. T., R. A. Marriott and K. K. Botros (2020) Dithiazine vapour saturation in natural gas mixtures. J. Nat. Gas Sci. Eng., 78, 103286.

52. M. J. Stashick, G. O. Sofekun and R. A. Marriott (2020) Modifying effects of hydrogen sulfide on the rheometric properties of liquid elemental sulfur. AIChE J, 66, e16225.

51.  K. I. Adeniyi, H. H. Wan, C. E. Deering, F. Bernard, M. A. Chisholm and R. A. Marriott (2020) High-pressure hydrogen sulfide experiments: how did our safety measures and hazard control work during a failure event? Safety, 6, 15.

50. M. J. Stashick and R. A. Marriott (2020) Viscoelastic behavior corresponding to reptative relaxation times across the λ-transition for liquid elemental sulfur, J. Chem. Phys. 152, 044503.

49. J. J. Marrugo-Hernandez, R. Prinsloo, J. Fischer and R. A. Marriott (2019) Downhole chemical degradation of corrosion inhibitors commonly used in shale gas fracturing and stimulation. J. Nat. Gas Sci. Eng., 72, 103041.  

48. J. H. Jacobs, K. G. Wynnyk, R.Lalani, R. Sui, J. Wu, V. Montes, J. M. Hill, and R. A. Marriott (2019) Removal of sulfur compounds from industrial emission using activated carbon derived from petroleum coke. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res, 58, 18896-18900.

47. M. Lotfali Kazemi, R. Sui, P. D. Clark and R. A. Marriott (2019) Catalytic combustion of Claus tail gas: Oxidation of sulfur species and CO using gold supported on lanthanide-modified TiO2Applied Catalysis A, 587, 117256.

46. J. J. Marrugo-Hernandez, R. Prinsloo and R. A. Marriott (2019) An assessment of the decomposition kinetics of sulfur-containing biocides to hydrogen sulfide at simulated downhole conditions. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 58, 17219-17226.

45. K. Wynnyk, B. Hojjati and R. A. Marriott (2019) Sour gas and water adsorption on common high-pressure desiccant materials: zeolite 3A, zeolite 4A, and silica gel. J. Chem. Eng. Data, 64, 3156-3163.

44. R. Sui, C. B. Lavery, D. Li, C. E. Deering, N. Chou, N. I. Dowling and R. A. Marriott (2019) Improving low-temperature CS2 conversion for the Claus process by using La (III)-doped nanofibrous TiO2 xerogel,  Applied Catalysis B: Environmental  241, 217-226.

43. C. B. Lavery, J.J. Marrugo-Hernandez, R. Sui, N. I. Dowling and R. A. Marriott (2019) The effect of methanol in the first catalytic converter of the Claus sulfur recovery unit. Fuel, 238, 385-393.

42. K. I. Adeniyi, C. E. Deering, G. P. Nagabhushana and R. A. Marriott (2018) Hydrogen sulfide hydrate dissociation in the presence of liquid water. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 57, 15579-15585.

41. K. G. Wynnyk, B. Hojjati and R. A. Marriott (2018) High-pressure sour gas and water adsorption on zeolite 13X. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 57, 15357-15365.

40. J. A. Commodore, C. E. Deering and R. A. Marriott (2018) Volumetric properties and phase behavior of sulfur dioxide, carbon disulfide and oxigen in high-pressure carbon dioxide fluid. Fluid Phase Equilibria 477, 30-39.

39. S. Lee and R. A. Marriott (2018) Solubility of elemental sulfur in dense phase carbon dioxide from T = 324 to 424 K and p = 10 and 20 MPa, J. Natural Gas Eng., 3 (1), 62-73.

38. J. J. Marrugo-Hernandez, R. Prinsloo, S. M. A. Sunba and R. A. Marriott (2018) Downhole kinetics of reactions involving alcohol-based hydraulic fracturing additives with implications in delayed H2S production, Energy & Fuels, 32, 4724-4731.

37. R. Sui, J. M. H. Lo, C. B. Lavery, C. E. Deering, K. G. Wynnyk, N. Chou, and R. A. Marriott (2018) Sol–gel-derived 2D nanostructures of aluminum hydroxide acetate: toward the understanding of nanostructure formation, J. Phys. Chem. C, 122, 5141-5150.

36. G. O. Sofekun, E. Evoy, K. L. Lesage, N. Chou and R. A. Marriott (2018) The rheology of liquid elemental sulfur across the λ-transition, J. Rheology, 62(2), 469-476.

35. K.  A. Adeniyi, C. E. Deering and R. A. Marriott (2017) Hydrate decomposition conditions for liquid water and propane, J. Chem. Eng. Data, 62(7), 2222-2229. 

34. R. Sui, S. Carefoot, C. B. Lavery, C. E. Deering, K. L. Lesage, N. Chou, C. Rose and R. A. Marriott (2017), Organosulfur adsorbents by self-assembly of titania based ternary metal oxide, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 5, 9561-9571.

33. K.G. Wynnyk, B. Hojjati, P. Pirzadeh and R.A. Marriott (2017) High-pressure sour gas adsorption on zeolite 4A, Adsorption, 23, 149-162.

32. F. Ramos Pallares, S.D. Taylor, M.A. Satyro, R.A. Marriott, H.W. Yarranton (2016) Prediction of viscosity for characterized oils and their fractions using the expanded fluid model, Energy and Fuels, 30 (9), 7134-7157.

31. R. Sui, K.L. Lesage, S.K. Carefoot, T. Fürstenhaupt, C.J. Rose and R.A. Marriott (2016) Selective adsorption of thiols using gold nanoparticles supported on metal oxides, Langmuir, 32 (36), 9197-9205.

30. C.E. Deering, M.J. Saunders, J.A. Commodore, R.A. Marriott (2016) The volumetric properties of carbonyl sulfide and carbon dioxide mixtures from T = 322 to 393 K and p = 2.5 to 35 MPa: application to COS hydrolysis in subsurface injectate streams, J. Chem. Eng. Data, 61, 1341-1347.

29. M. Garcia, R.A. Marriott, M.A. Clarke (2016) Modeling of the thermodynamic equilibrium conditions for the formation of TBAB and TBAC semiclathrates formed in the presence of Xe, Ar, CH4, CO2, N2, and H2Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 55, 777-787.

28. R.A. Marriott, P. Pirzadeh, J.J. Marrugo-Hernandez, S. Raval (2016) Hydrogen sulfide formation in oil and gas, Can. J. Chem., 94, 406-413 

27. C.E. Deering, E.C. Cairns, J.D. McIsaac, A.S. Read, R.A. Marriott (2016) T he partial molar volumes for water dissolved in high-pressure carbon dioxide from T = (318.28 to 369.40) K and pressures to p = 35 MPa, J. Chem. Thermodynamics 93, 337-346.

26. P. Pirzadeh, S. Raval and R. A. Marriott (2015) On the fate of hydraulic fracturing fluid additives: Thermochemical sulfate reduction reaction of sodium dodecyl sulfate, Organic Geochemistry, 83-84, 94-100.  

25. Z. T. Ward, R. A. Marriott, A. K. Sum, E. D. Sloan and C. A. Koh (2015) Equilibrium data of gas hydrates containing methane, propane, and hydrogen sulfide, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 60, 424-428.

24. Z. T. Ward, C.E. Deering, R.A. Marriott , A.K. Sum, E.D. Sloan and C.A. Koh (2015) Phase equilibrium data and model comparisons for H2S hydrates, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 60, 403-408.  

23.  P. Pirzadeh, K. L. Lesage and R. A. Marriott (2014) Hydraulic fracturing additives and the delayed onset of hydrogen sulfide in shale gas, Energy and Fuels, 25(8), 4993-5001.                                            

22. S. Mortazavi-Manesh, M. Satyro and R. A. Marriott (2013) Screening Ionic Liquids as candidates for separation of acid gases - Solubility of hydrogen sulfide, methane and ethane, AIChE Journal 59(8), 2993-3005.      

21. S. Mortazavi-Manesh, M. Satyro and R. A. Marriott (2013) Modelling carbon dioxide solubility in Ionic Liquids, Can. J. Chem. Eng. 91, 783-789.

20. S. Quiñones-Cisneros, K. Schmidt, B. Giri, P. Blais and R. A. Marriott (2012) Reference correlation for the viscosity surface of hydrogen sulfide, J. Chem. Eng. Data 57, 3014-3018.                                  

19. S. Mortazavi-Manesh, M. Satyro and R. A. Marriott (2011) A semi-empirical Henry's Law expression for carbon dioxide dissolution in ionic liquids, Fluid Phase Equilibria 307, 208-215.      

18. B. R. Giri, J. M. Roscoe, N. González-García, M. Olzmann, J. M. H. Lo and R. A. Marriott (2011) An experimental and theoretical investigation of the kinetics of the reaction of atomic chlorine with 1,4-dioxane, J. Phys. Chem. A 115, 5105–5111.                      

17.  R. A. Marriott and H. H. Wan (2011) Standard fugacities for sulfur which are self-consistent with the low-pressure phase diagram, J. Chem. Thermodyn. 43, 1224-1228.                                                         

16. J. M. H. Lo, R. A. Marriott, B. R. Giri, J. M. Roscoe and M. Klobukowski (2010) A theoretical analysis of the kinetics of the reaction of atomic bromine with tetrahydrofuran, Can. J. Chem. 88, 1136-1145.    

15.  R. A. Marriott, E. Fitzpatrick and K. L. Lesage (2008) H2S solubility in liquid sulfur, Fluid Phase Equilibria 269, 69-72.               

14. C. A. Kennedy, M. Stancescu, R. A. Marriott and M. A. White (2007) Recommendations for accurate heat capacity measurements using a quantum design physical properties measurement system, Cryogenics 47, 101-112.                                       

13. R. A. Marriott, M. Stancescu, C. A. Kennedy and M. A. White (2006) Technique for determination of accurate heat capacities of volatile, powdered or air-sensitive samples using relaxation calorimetry, Rev. Sci. Inst. 77, 096108, 2006.                                           

12. R. A. Marriott and M. A. White (2005) Comparison of ab initio and group additive ideal gas heat capacities, AIChE, 51, 292-297.          

11. M. A. White, D. C. MacLaren, R. A. Marriott and B.-Z. Zhan (2003) Thermodynamic stability of clathrate hydrates relative to their separate chemical components,  Can. J. Phys ., 81, 175-182.            

10. F. Haarmann, H. Jacobs, W. Kockelmann, J. Sender, P. Müller, C.A. Kennedy, R.A. Marriott, L. Qiu and M.A. White (2002) Dynamics of anions and cations in cesium hydrogensulfide (CsHS, CsDS): Neutron and x-ray diffraction, calorimetry and proton NMR investigations, J. Chem. Phys., 117, 4961-4972.

9. R. A. Marriott, A. W. Hakin, J. L. Liu and E. Lutter (2001) The volumetric properties of aqueous solutions of glycylglycine and l-serine at elevated temperatures and pressures, J. Chem. Thermodyn., 33, 959-982.

8. R. A. Marriott, A. W. Hakin and J. A. Rard (2001) Apparent molar heat capacities and apparent molar volumes of Y2(SO4)3(aq), La2(SO4)3(aq), Pr2(SO4)3(aq), Nd2(SO4)3(aq), Eu2(SO4)3(aq), Dy2(SO4)3(aq), Ho2(SO4)3(aq) and Lu2(SO4)3(aq) at T  = 298.15 K and  p = 0.1 MPa, J. Chem. Thermodyn., 33, 643-687.

7. A. W. Hakin, J. L. Liu and R. A. Marriott (2000) An investigation of the volumetric properties of l-alanine and sodium bromide in water at elevated temperatures and pressures, J. Chem. Thermodyn., 32, 1355-1380.                                                          

6. A. W. Hakin, M. G. Kowalchuck, J. L. Liu and R. A. Marriott (2000) Thermodynamics of protein model compounds: Apparent and partial molar heat capacities and volumes of several cyclic dipeptides in water, J. Sol. Chem., 29, 131?151.                                    

5. R. A. Marriott, A. W. Hakin, J. L. Liu and M. R. Roussel (1999) Automated statistical analysis of high temperature and pressure vibrating tube densimeter data, Comp. & Chem., 23, 487-492.                        

4. R. A. Marriott, A. W. Hakin and J. L. Liu (1998) Modelling of thermodynamic properties of amino acids and peptides using additivity and HKF theory, J. Sol. Chem., 27, 771-802.                                                

3. A. W. Hakin, D. C. Daisley, L. Delagado, J. L. Liu, R. A. Marriott, J. L. Marty and G. Tompkins (1998) Volumetric properties of glycine in water at elevated temperatures and pressures measured with a new optically driven vibrating tube densimeter, J. Chem. Thermodyn., 30, 583-606.

2. A. W. Hakin, A. K. Copeland, J. L. Liu, R. A. Marriott and K. E. Preuss (1997) Densities, apparent molar volumes and apparent molar heat capacities of  -arginine,  l-proline and dl -methionine in water at 288.15, 298.15, 313.15 and 328.15 K,  Chem. Eng. Data, 42, 84-89. 

1. Y. Maham, L. G. Hepler, A. E. Mather, A. W. Hakin and R. A. Marriott (1997) Molar heat capacities of alkanolamines from 299.1 to 397.8 K: Group additivity and molecular connectivity analysis, J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans., 93, 1747-1750.

 

(ii) Other Refereed Contributions (Including Book Chapters):

28. M. J. Stashick, G. O. Sofekun and R. A. Marriott (2020) Chapter 1. Modifying effects of hydrogen sulfide when contemplating subsurface injection of sulfur, Gas injection into geological formations and related technologies, Ed. Y. Wu, J. J. Carroll, M. Hao and W. Zhu, Wiley.

27. M. Madekufamba, D. Mercer, N. Chou and R. A. Marriott (2020) Investigating NH3 formation amine units in sour service, 70th LRGCC Proceedings, Norman, OK, 63-75.

26. J. J. Marrugo-Hernandez, R. Prinsloo and R. A. Marriott (2019) Reactions involving fracturing chemical additives with implication in delayed H2S production, CRU Sulphur, Houston, Texas, Nov. 4-7.

25. C. B. Lavery, R. Sui, M. Loftali-Kazemi, C. Keenan and R.  A. Marriott (2019) Kinetic studies for the hydrolysis of CS2 and COS across the Claus catalytic converters, Brimstone Sulfur Symposium, Vail, Colorado, Sep. 17-20.

24. S. Lee and R. A. Marriott (2019), Chapter 7. High-pressure H2S oxidation in CO2Carbon dioxide capture and acid gas injectionThe three sisters: Acid gas injection, carbon capture and sequestration, and enhanced oil recovery, Ed. Y. Wu, J. J. Carroll and Y. Hu, Wiley. 

23. J. A. Commodore, C. E. Deering and R. A. Marriott (2019), Chapter 5. Densities and phase behaviour involving dense-phase propane impurities, The three sisters: Acid gas injection, carbon capture and sequestration, and enhanced oil recovery, Ed. Y. Wu, J. J. Carroll and Y. Hu, Wiley. 

22. R. A. Marriott, N. I. Dowling and C. B. Lavery (2018) The effects of ammonia on corrosion rates within the Claus plant, CRU Gothenburg, Sweden, Nov. 5-8.

21. J. J. Marrugo-Hernandez, R. Prinsloo and R. A. Marriott (2018) Downhole decomposition of biocide dazomet and implication in the delayed onset of hydrogen sulphide in hot shale gas production, EAGE Proceedings SRM 2018, Rueil-Malmaison, France, Sept. 18-20.

20. C. B. Lavery, N. I. Dowling and R. A. Marriott (2018) Ammonia and corrosion rates within the Claus plant, Brimstone Sulfur Symposium, Vail, Colorado, Sep. 10-14.

19. R. Prinsloo, N. I. Dowling and  R. A. Marriott (2018) Operation of quench towers as it pertains to SO2 breakthrough, Middle East Sulphur, Abu Dhabi, UAE, Mar. 18-20. (Invited) 

18. R. Prinsloo, N. I. Dowling and R. A. Marriott (2018) Investigating quench tower conditions for predicting SO2 breakthrough, 68th LRGCC Proceedings, Norman, OK, Feb. 25-28. 

17. C. E. Deering, S. K. Carefoot, F. Bernard, B. R. Giri and R. A. Marriott (2017) GPA Midstream Association RR-237. Effect of gas gravity, H2S, and salinity on the water content of natural gas: Part I, effect on gas gravity, GPA Research Project No. 074-1.

16. R. A. Marriott, C. B. Lavery and N. I. Dowling (2017) The effect of methanol in the first catalytic converter, Brimstone Sulfur Symposium, Vail, Colorado, Sept. 25-29.

15. S. Lee and R. A. Marriott (2017), Chapter 4. Sulfur recovery in high-density CO2Carbon dioxide capture and acid gas injection, Ed. Y. Wu and J. Carroll, Wiley.

14. J. A. Commodore, C. E. Deering and R. A. Marriott (2017), Chapter 3. Phase behaviour and reaction thermodynamics involving dense-phase CO2 impurities, Carbon dioxide capture and acid gas injection, Ed. Y. Wu and J. Carroll, Wiley.

13. R. A. Marriott, D. Li, R. Prinsloo, N. I. Dowling and P. D. Clark (2017) Understanding ammonia destruction in the Claus furnace, CRU Atlanta, Nov. 6-9.

12. R. Prinsloo, C. B. Lavery, R. A. Marriott and P. D. Clark (2017) Energy efficient, low CO2 emission manufacture of propylene and other high value olefins using sulfur, CRU Middle East Sulphur, Abu Dhabi, UAE, Feb. 12-16.

11. P. D. Clark and R. A. Marriott (2016) The chemistry and technology of sulfur degassing, Brimstone Sulfur Symposium, Vail, Colorado, Sept. 12-15. 

10. Z. T. Ward, C. A. Koh and R. A. Marriott (2016) Chapter 9. Phase equilibria investigations of acid gas hydrates: experiments and modelling, Acid Gas Extraction for Disposal and Related Topics, Ed. Y. Wu, J. J. Carroll and W. Zhu, Scrivener.

9. R. A. Marriott, P. Pirzadeh and S. Raval (2015) On the fate of hydraulic fracturing fluid additives in dry hot shale reservoirs, 65th LRGCC Proceedings, Norman, OK, 288-300.

8. P. D. Clark, N. I. Dowling, M. Huang and R. A. Marriott (2015) The chemistry of ammonia decomposition in the Claus furnace, Brimstone Sulfur Symposium, Vail, Colorado, Sept. 14-18, 3.

7. Z. T. Ward, E. D. Sloan, A. K. Sum, C. A. Koh and R. A. Marriott (2014) Phase equilibria measurements of structure II hydrates containing H2S, Proceedings of the 8th International Conf. on Gas HydratesICGH8-2014.

6. N. I. Dowling, R. A. Marriott, A. Primak and S. Manley (2012) Chapter 13. The kinetics of H2S oxidation by trace O2 and prediction of sulfur deposition in acid gas compression systems, Sour gas and related technologies, Ed. Y. Wu, J. J. Carroll and W. Zhu, Wiley.

5. R. A. Marriott, F. Bernard and B. R. Giri (2012) Chapter 1. Equilibrium water content measurements for acid gas at high-pressures and temperatures, Sour gas and related technologies, Ed. Y. Wu, J. J. Carroll and W. Zhu, Wiley.

4. B. R. Giri. R. A. Marriott and P. Blais (2012) Chapter 3. H2S viscosities and densities at high-temperatures and pressures, Sour gas and related technologies, Ed. Y. Wu, J. J. Carroll and W. Zhu, Wiley.

3. B. R. Giri. P. Blais and R. A. Marriott (2011) Chapter 3. Viscosity and density measurements for sour gas fluids at high temperatures and pressures, Carbon dioxide sequestration and related technologies, Ed. J. J. Carroll and Y. Wu, Wiley.

2. R. A. Marriott, E. Fitzpatrick, F. Bernard, H. H. Wan, K. L. Lesage, P. M. Davis and P. D. Clark (2011) Chapter 1. Equilibrium water content measurements for acid gas mixtures, Acid gas injection and related technologies, Ed. J. J. Carroll and Y. Wu, Wiley.

1. R. A. Marriott, E. Fitzpatrick, P. M. Davis, P. D. Clark, W. Y. Svrcek and M. A. Satyro. (2005) Gas Processors Association RR-189, The impact of sulfur species on glycol dehydration – A study of the solubility of certain gases and gas mixtures in glycol solutions at elevated pressures and temperatures. 

 

(iii) Non-refereed Contributions:

14. F. B. Hall, N. Chou, K. L. Lesage, P. M. Davis and R. A. Marriott (2019). Controlling ampoule activation temperature for FTIR performance verification of H2S in elemental sulfur, ASRL QB LVI No. 3, 4-6.

13. D. Li, N. I. Dowling, C.B. Lavery and R. A. Marriott (2019). Understanding BTX destruction in the Claus thermal oxidizer, ASRL QB LVI No. 2, 2-23.

12. D. Li, N. I. Dowling, C.B. Lavery and R. A. Marriott (2019). Investigations on NH3 formation within a reductive Claus tail gas cleanup unit, ASRL QB LV No. 4, 2-11.

11. M. Madekufamba, D. Mercer, H. H. Wan., F. Bernard and R. A. Marriott (2018). Optimising scavenger testing protocol at ASRL, ASRL QB LV No. 3, 3-18.

10. N. Chou, K. L. Lesage, M. J. Stashick and R. A. Marriott (2018). The shelf life of ampoules designed to verify the fourier transform infrared spectrometer operation for H2S in elemental sulfur, ASRL QB LV, No. 2, 25-30.

9. N. I. Dowling, D. Li and R. A. Marriott (2018). The chemistry and kinetics of NH3 destruction in the Claus thermal oxidizer, ASRL QB LV, No. 1, 23-44.

8. M. Madekufamba, N. Chou, N. I. Dowling, P. D. Clark and R. A. Marriott (2018). The effect of sulfur oxy anions and SO2 breakthrough on amine treating units, ASRL QB LIV, No. 4, 43-58.

7. F. Bernard, P. M. Davis and R. A. Marriott (2017).  Estimation of sulfur deposition during the production of condensate-rich sour gas, ASRL QB LIV, No. 2, 25-31.

6. M. Medakufamba, N. Chou, N. I. Dowling, P. D. Clark and R. A. Marriott (2017).  An investigation on the partition of H2S in sour water tanks, ASRL QB LIV, No. 1, 21-33.

5. P. M. Davis, R. A. Marriott, F. Fitzpatrick, H. H. Wan and F. Bernard (2008).  Fossil fuel development requires long term sulfur strategies, Oil & Gas Journal, August 4, 2008.

4. R. A. Marriott and E. Fitzpatrick (2008). Physical sulfur solvents I: the sulfur solubility in BTX and a general solubility equation for physical sulfur solvents, ASRL QB XLV, No. 1, 1-24.

3. P. D. Clark, P. M. Davis, R. A. Marriott, H. H. Wan and F. Bernard (2008).  Development of technologies for utilization and storage of excess sulfur, SOGAT IV, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (full paper available in proceedings or in ASRL QB XLV, No. 1, 56-65).

2. R. A. Marriott, P. D. Clark, P. M. Davis, E. Fitzpatrick and K. L. Lesage (2007). A re-examination of H2S solubility in liquid sulfur, ASRL QB XLIV, No. 1, 17-26.

1. R. A. Marriott, P. M. Davis and P. D. Clark (2007). Estimation of sulfur deposition during the production of lean sour gas, SOGAT III, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (full paper available in proceedings or in ASRL QB XLIII, No. 4, 48-61).