diesel squeeze

diesel squeeze

[′dē·zəl ‚skwēz]
(petroleum engineering)
A technique of forcing dry cement mixed with diesel oil through casing openings to repair water-bearing areas without affecting the oil-bearing areas.
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And the 153bhp common rail diesel squeezes 38 miles out of every gallon on average - 12mpg better than its unleaded brother.