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  • {{#category_index:B|bottom-hole pressure}} ...mb’’ that is lowered on a wire line and includes a precision pressure guage.
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  • {{#category_index:B|bottom-hole pressure}} ...mb’’ that is lowered on a wire line and includes a precision pressure guage.
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  • {{#category_index:B|bottom-hole pressure}} ...mb’’ that is lowered on a wire line and includes a precision pressure guage.
    373 bytes (50 words) - 10:41, 3 August 2017
  • ...removing rock fragments, plastering the drill hole, controlling formation pressure, cooling the bit, etc.<ref>{{cite book |last=Gerding |first=Mildred |date=1 ...y pushing on the drill stem might cause it to bend, resulting in a crooked hole.]]
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  • ...es for sand and shale that follow typical compaction gradients below water bottom. Hence, properties have subtle contrasts at macro-layer boundaries, especia ...hots from East 3700 m to East 18700 m at an interval of 100 m. Traces are pressure recorded 15 m below the non-absorbing sea surface. Each trace contains 2001
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  • ...was a hydraulic valve which could take an electrical signal and move high-pressure hydraulic fluid into a cylinder, thus moving it very fast but in a controll ...ate, carried below the drive shaft by long vertical columns. This improved bottom clearance since the baseplate could be further elevated for travel.
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  • ...reakthrough to Mantle Looms. [http://www.livescience.com/6959-hole-drilled-bottom-earth-crust-breakthrough-mantle-looms.html] Accessed March 11, 2015.</ref> ...1,200 km) thick and is composed mostly of iron. The iron is under so much pressure from the overlying planet that it cannot melt and stays in a solid state.
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  • {{#category_index:B|bottom-hole pressure}} ...mb&#x2019;&#x2019; that is lowered on a wire line and includes a precision pressure guage.
    278 bytes (40 words) - 10:41, 3 August 2017
  • ...y, and sonic logs). Data can be transmitted to the surface in real time by pressure pulses through the mud inside the drill pipe (timed amplitude and phase enc require considerable downtime to trip out and then back into the hole. Furthermore,
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  • ...removing rock fragments, plastering the drill hole, controlling formation pressure, cooling the bit, etc.<ref>{{cite book |last=Gerding |first=Mildred |date=1 ...y pushing on the drill stem might cause it to bend, resulting in a crooked hole.]]
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  • ...pic velocity analysis|anisotropy]]. These are acquired by keeping the down-hole receivers at a constant depth while conducting shots at different distances ...be inconsistent due to variations in charge, hole depth, and what the shot hole is drilled in
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  • ...reakthrough to Mantle Looms. [http://www.livescience.com/6959-hole-drilled-bottom-earth-crust-breakthrough-mantle-looms.html] Accessed March 11, 2015.</ref> ...1,200 km) thick and is composed mostly of iron. The iron is under so much pressure from the overlying planet that it cannot melt and stays in a solid state.
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  • ...reakthrough to Mantle Looms. [http://www.livescience.com/6959-hole-drilled-bottom-earth-crust-breakthrough-mantle-looms.html] Accessed March 11, 2015.</ref> ...1,200 km) thick and is composed mostly of iron. The iron is under so much pressure from the overlying planet that it cannot melt and stays in a solid state.
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  • ...d in the Arkoma basin of Eastern Oklahoma, produces 200 Mmcfd of gas under pressure depletion drive with 2.6 TCF of gas recoverable. <ref name=":3">Rutty, P., ...use in EOR in the introduction of co2 in the well to bust the bottom hole pressure and rise of flow rate in production.
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  • ...''Fig. 2''' – The TGS line across the Campos Basin offshore Brazil. From bottom to top. Seismic reflection, and geologic interpretation. (Courtesy: Unternh ...ed CO2 from the oil is being reinjected back into the ground for reservoir pressure control purposes. This also aids in the oil becoming lighter due to composi
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  • ...practice of injecting a well with large amounts of frac fluids under high pressure in order to break the rocks. it improves hydrocarbon flow by creating fract ...d called well fracturing. Performed above the reservoir formation fracture pressure, well fracturing causes a highly conductive flow path between the reservoir
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  • Mature source rocks are believe to be at the bottom of the basin, as they have yet to be reached. Most sediments in the basin c ...per you drill, the machinery is more prone to failure due to the increased pressure and heat. While high quality source rocks may be present in the basement, d
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  • ...shale sits in creates more problems. You must have high temperature/high-pressure equipment in order to [[Logging While Drilling|log]] and you must watch you <ref>Torsch, William. (2012). Thermal and Pore Pressure History of the Haynesville Shale in North Louisiana. ''LSU Digital Commons'
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