combination-drive reservoir

combination-drive reservoir

[‚käm·bə′nā·shən ‚drīv ′res·əv‚wär]
(petroleum engineering)
A type of reservoir in which hydrocarbons are swept (displaced) toward the drill hole by injection of water followed by liquefied-petroleum-gas or gas injection.
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