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  • <center><math>\mathrm{SG} = \frac{\rho_\mathrm{oil}}{\rho_\mathrm{H_2 O}} </math></center> ...vity is measured in ''degrees API''. 5&deg; to 22&deg; is considered heavy oil; 22&deg; to 31&deg;, medium; greater than 31&deg;, light condensate.
    619 bytes (87 words) - 10:00, 4 March 2018
  • ...mbustion|''in-situ combustion'']] (see individual entries). Other enhanced oil recovery (EOR) methods include miscible and chemical flooding.
    598 bytes (69 words) - 11:56, 26 August 2017
  • ...cs at UofC. Furthermore, he served as director of the Consortium for Heavy Oil Research by University Scientists, was associate director of the Consortium ..., reverse time migration, amplitude variation with offset inversion, heavy-oil production, reservoir geophysics, etc. Larry's modesty and friendly nature
    20 KB (3,110 words) - 16:08, 26 October 2020
  • of the oil and gas industry. O. Scott Petty, Early Oil Explorer And Geophysicist, Is Dead at 98
    27 KB (4,632 words) - 14:15, 17 October 2016
  • ...s in 1919. In doing this he created the means by which most of the world's oil reserves have been discovered. In 1930 he and [[Eugene McDermott]] founded ...d with the United States Bureau of Standards. His assignment was to locate heavy artillery batteries in France by studying [[acoustic waves]] the guns gener
    7 KB (1,127 words) - 16:24, 12 July 2019
  • ...e WCSB, Alberta has most of the oil and gas reserves and almost all of the oil sands. ...bution of petroleum from the Exshaw Formation source rock to the Athabasca oil sands is only reproduced by assuming 25 m (82 ft) of mature Exshaw in the k
    8 KB (1,184 words) - 22:03, 13 December 2020
  • ...asca basin is home to Swan Hills where a significant amount of light tight oil is becoming more prevalent with a significant reservoir type and reservoir ...humb|300px|right|'''Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin''' Most of Canada's oil and gas production occurs in the [[Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin]] whi
    18 KB (2,698 words) - 14:41, 13 December 2020
  • ...ge of the continental shelf. Their outdated equipment was borrowed from an oil company that Ewing had worked for. ...t the continental shelf was a thick wedge of sediment (the tidelands where oil forms) underlain by the continental basement. The answer to Field and Bowie
    29 KB (4,456 words) - 09:40, 16 September 2020
  • | Company = Humble Oil & Refining Co. ...ce E. Pratt (1885-1981)''' was a petroleum geologist who was leader in the oil and gas industry, both as a businessman and as an innovative applied geosci
    4 KB (555 words) - 14:18, 17 October 2016
  • oil industry. But it is doubtful that any have contributed so the oil industry. The US Government reguu1arly took advantage of
    5 KB (852 words) - 14:01, 17 October 2016
  • Following graduation, he joined Continental Oil Company (Conoco) as an assistant operator on a seismic crew working the Gul ...dium is watercolor - not his first choice but as a result of an allergy to oil bases and no interest in acrylics. And the style? Well, the measure of real
    28 KB (4,594 words) - 13:09, 17 October 2016
  • In the North Sea, the oil and gas era was in its infancy, and Anders saw potential in this new market ...Geco trademark became purpose-built vessels with width and power to handle heavy tows under rugged conditions, and the rest of the industry had to adapt to
    5 KB (791 words) - 15:07, 29 April 2014
  • ...), tomography, and 2-D and 3-D migration for imaging steam injection heavy oil recovery projects and also the deep interior of the earth. ...rs and has recently been commissioned to author a book relating to Alberta oil sands research and development. A member of editorial boards of the Journal
    8 KB (1,148 words) - 13:40, 17 October 2016
  • ...ch are seismic interferometry and the rock physics of oil shales and heavy oil seismology, he also investigated the shear properties of oil
    6 KB (934 words) - 15:20, 9 March 2016
  • ...in which you took fundamentals in many engineering courses and also extra-heavy doses of mathematics for nontraditional kinds of oil and gas people—physicists,
    10 KB (1,641 words) - 16:07, 2 August 2017
  • ...of CHORUS is to develop and evaluate seismic methods for monitoring heavy-oil recovery processes. ...olving environmental and engineering problems. ESRI also maintains a major oil and gas fields database and an online geological data catalog.
    30 KB (4,115 words) - 09:56, 12 May 2014
  • ...died physics at Brown University. He worked for a brief time with the Pure Oil Company. the Pure Oil Company. He was well read in history, liked discussing politics and social
    9 KB (1,372 words) - 18:04, 4 November 2020
  • ...L.V.S. Roos of Texaco, who headed a crew doing [[seismic prospecting]] for oil in the Utah area, and was hired on as Assistant Recorder at $300/month. Ea Also during that Winter and at Pirson's request, Cook built a model of an oil well with an electric logging system. This yielded data and curves which P
    57 KB (8,401 words) - 09:21, 9 April 2015
  • Nuclear energy is released from the fission of heavy elements like uranium, a weakly radioactive metal found around the world. F Geoscientists find and extract our supply of heavy elements like uranium. They evaluate the safety of nuclear power plants to
    3 KB (464 words) - 10:55, 16 June 2015
  • ...y geoscientist's tasks. For many geoscientists, this becomes an especially heavy challenge if they have to present potentially complex scientific topics to ...ds are convenient to image the subsurface and are applied in the fields of oil and gas explorations as well as, for example, to detect geological faults.
    11 KB (1,650 words) - 04:35, 8 September 2015

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