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good oil

[′gu̇d ‚ȯil]
(chemical engineering)
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The company stated the horizontal well, targeting the basal Abo/Wolfcamp, has reached a total measured total depth of 12,998 feet with mud logs indicating good oil and gas shows.
These weaknesses are tempered to some extent by the firm's long operating experience in the Gulf, good oil prices, balanced production between crude oil and natural gas and adequate liquidity.
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John Price, Bridlington, East Yorks ARUNNING on a good oil, like GTX, but using a cheap filter is false economy.
Fair to good oil shows at the equivalent sandstone level were observed in the only other well drilled in the permit area.
The company's Good Oil brand was launched in 2004 and is now stocked by all major multiples.
We assume, on Friday the market might climb using good oil.
The Elexar High-Performance FR series includes six grades, with Shore A hardnesses ranging from 58 to 85, upper-use temperature from 105[degrees]C to 125[degrees]C, low-temperature flexibility down to -50[degrees]C, excellent UV resistance, and good oil resistance, the company says.
The Elexar High-Performance FR series includes six grades with durometer A hardness ranging from 58 to 85, upper use temperature from 105 to 125 [degrees]C and low temperature flexibility down to -50 [degrees]C, excellent UV resistance and good oil resistance, according to the company.
The well has encountered good oil shows in Cretaceous volcanics and volcaniclastics in the Palmar Largo Formation during drilling.
A CHOOSE soap for sensitive skin, then use a good oil.
When confronted with an older gun with a rusty barrel that still has some bluing under the pits and bumps, I apply a good oil such as Kroil or Clenzoil and rub the barrel with 0000 bronze wool (from Brownells).