drill up

drill up

[¦dril ′əp]
(computer science)
In data mining, viewing data in less detail; for example, viewing total sales as opposed to individual sales.
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At this time the Company estimates that it will drill up to ten additional wells in Lions Field over the next two years including four wells to be commenced during 2005.
Within the area of the currently defined resource in Zone 3, it is planned to drill up to six holes, of about 500 metres each, for a total of 3000 metres, targeted principally on high grade vein material, in the area from which it is expected that initial production will take place.
Outside the area containing the current defined resource, but in the immediate vicinity of the mine and mill complex, in the area known as Zone 4, it is planned to drill up to 20 holes from numerous set ups, each approximately 100 to 200 metres deep, targeted primarily at stratabound mineralization.