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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This is just 60 km to our base within the brass area free trade oil and gas zone.
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 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 Main Guebbas gas zone was then perforated from 905m to 910m and has a calculated net gas pay of 4.
An additional gas zone, which was not in the original reserves study, the Dutch Creek formation, was also encountered in the Golden Eagle #1 well between 2,600 and 2,625 feet.
Barratt also played a part in setting up a firm, Gas Zone, which ripped off the public.
We can't ignore the free gas zone anymore," he says.
According to him, the gas exploitation will soon commence in the state, noted that the state, especially the Ugwuoba-Awka area has the biggest gas zone in the country.
An additional gas zone, which was not in the company's original reserves study, the Clear Creek limestone formation, was also encountered in the J & J Johnston #2 well between 2,170 and 2,184 feet.
The well drilled to 1900 meters bottom hole gas zone "Glauconite.
Deep beneath this formation lies a major Khuff gas zone which NIOC says contains 6 BCF of gas and 105m barrels of recoverable condensates.