high-pressure well

high-pressure well

[′hī ¦presh·ər ′wel]
(petroleum engineering)
A well with a shut-in wellhead pressure of more than 2000 pounds per square inch absolute (1.4 × 107 pascals absolute).
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This jointly developed technology advances the alliance s objectives to offer well intervention solutions to service the increasing number of high-pressure wells in the subsea environment.
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