gas zone

gas zone

[′gas ‚zōn]
(geology)
A rock formation containing gas under a pressure large enough to force the gas out if tapped from the surface.
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2-km horizontal section of Cretaceous and Jurassic reservoir in the Peshkabir-3 well were individually tested and flowed successfully, of which ten were oil zones and one a gas zone.
The onshore part will cover 200 kilometers from Iran's southern Assalouyeh gas zone to Kuhmobarak in the southern province of Hormuzgan.
A total of ten oil zones and one gas zone have been identified for testing.
This is just 60 km to our base within the brass area free trade oil and gas zone.
Qatar's North Field, the world's largest gas zone, extends to Iranian waters in the South Pars field.
He accused America of striving to eternalize Israel's occupation of Shabaa and pledged to carry on with party Jihad to liberate them and recover our rights in our pure economic oil and natural gas zone.
The second one has a gross interval of 110 metres, is in the targeted Lower Liassic natural gas zone and is defined by petrophysical, wireline logs.
The next test will target the lowermost gas zone in the Tyonek.
Messenger Formation, below the main Sidewinder gas zone discovery, which tested at stabilized rates of 8.
The entire shale gas zone held by Total represents a combined area of 1,548 square kilometres (approximately 380,000 acres) in TotalEoACAOs net share.
The Main Guebbas gas zone was then perforated from 905m to 910m and has a calculated net gas pay of 4.
We have moved the rig to begin the workover on the 20XD, where we need to address a similar gas channelling issue from the gas zone above the oil zone.