residual oil


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residual oil

[rə′zij·ə·wəl ′ȯil]
(materials)
Petroleum-refinery term for combustible, viscous or semiliquid bottoms product from crude oil distillation; used in adhesives, roofing compounds, asphalt manufacture, low-grade fuel oils, and sealants. Also known as liquid asphalt; resid; residuum; tailings.
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The of this kind of residual oil is mainly due to the thin reservoir, poor physical properties, the original well pattern and well spacing conditions not established an effective drive system or the plane and inter layer interference.
Figure 2 shows that the residual oil rate reached a minimum corresponding to a stirring rate of 250 rpm.
The Metpoint OCV continuously monitors and documents the residual oil content of the flowing compressed air.
The Flint Hills and two PetroStar refineries cannot use all of the crude oil, either, but they are allowed by TAPS owners to return their unused residual oil to the pipeline.
The METPOINT(r) OCV residual oil monitoring device from BEKO offers safety during the running process.
2]=1:2 and the residual oil film is on the oil wet rock surface for example.
Our next task is to remove the residual oil from inside the depressurised flowline.
The unit's pre-filter removes solids and condensate (oil/water mixture) up to residual oil content 0.
In both cases, residual oil is recycled into viable products.
But scientists have since found fault with that assessment--arguing that when residual oil deposits are taken into account--including oil on the surface, tar balls and oil mixed with sand and sediment--as much as half of the 4.
One of the more remarkable and unanticipated findings of recent research is the length of time over which animals were exposed to residual oil.
The company president and chief operating officer, Sandy Andrew, said, 'Our primary activity is in Oklahoma where we use Bubble Point Technology to extract residual oil, gas and natural gas liquids from the Hunton Resource Play.