dead oil


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dead oil

[′ded ‚ȯil]
(materials)
An oil, of density greater than water, distilled from tar.
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He noted during their stay, the Indonesian MPs called for the institute to measure the viability of reviving more than 1,000 dead oil wells in the country.
He went on to say that, during their stay, the Indonesian parliamentarians called for the RIPI to assess the viability of reviving more than 1,000 dead oil wells in the country.
A: The best way to kill tree roots is to clear the soil from around the stump, strip the bark from as much of the stump as possible, and from any new shoots, and paint the bare wood with SBK Brush Killer mixed into a wetting agent, such as dead oil or washing up liquid.
While drilling in the Jurassic Arab formation, the well encountered poor, dead oil stains in portions of the formation.
Among other projects that are being carried out by the RIPI, mention can be made of the development in the use of light nano-cement, recovery of dead oil wells, carrying out field studies on corrosion and de-sedimentation of pipelines, gas sweetening, production of petrol with high octane number, production of carbon nanotubes, and methods to control and solve the air, soil, and water pollution.
At the centre of a plot that takes in dead oil workers, the unfortunately-named Basil Reinsurance conglomerate and the End Of The World As We Know It, Mack is the one person who's not only aware of everything that is going on but somehow personally responsible for keeping the earth spinning.
A The best way to kill the roots of any tree that has been felled is to clear as much soil as possible from around the stump, strip the bark from the stump and from as much of the roots as possible and paint the bare wood with SBK Brushwood Killer mixed into a wetting agent, such as dead oil or washing-up liquid.