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  • ...A.|last4=Cochran|first4=Elizabeth S.|title=Potentially induced earthquakes in Oklahoma, USA: Links between wastewater injection and the 2011 M<sub>w</sub ...r storage by injection deep into the ground. For example, waste water from oil and gas production and carbon dioxide from a variety of industrial proces
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  • ...ce]] from the subsurface. This natural resource may include water, gas, or oil. Another name for a well is a [[Dictionary:Borehole|borehole]]. ...2017.</ref> In populated cities where vertical drilling is not possible or in areas with structural impediments, such as mountains, horizontal drilling m
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  • ...ble rock formation. The color specifies the oil saturation (more red, more oil)."<ref>Reservoir Simulation – Basics. (2015, February 13). Retrieved from ...ef>Reservoir Simulation. (n.d.). Retrieved March 21, 2018, from http://www.oil-gasportal.com/reservoir-simulation/</ref>
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  • ...der to break the rocks. it improves hydrocarbon flow by creating fractures in the formation that connect the reservoir and wellbore. ...ids, is such that the hydrocarbons flow out of the rock and into the well. In some reservoirs, the rocks have low permeability, and the hydrocarbons cann
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