gas sand

gas sand

[′gas ‚sand]
(geology)
A stratum of sand or porous sandstone from which natural gas may be extracted.
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Drilling in late 2018 confirmed the western extent of the "Primero" conventional gas sand in the northern area of the permit, and the Nyanda-4 corehole, the first dedicated coal seam gas well at Reid's Dome, established the potential for a significant coal seam gas project in PL 231.
While we intend to continue investing in modest industrial growth projects and Sandbox technology and growth, we are modeling substantially lower overall capex, minimal investments in oil and gas sand and stable dividend payments.
Before beginning the seismic inversion, a feasibility study should be conducted using Rock-physics cross plots to determine the suitable inversion type to separate gas sand, water sand, and shale.
Canadian Premium Sand is focused on advancing an oil and natural gas sand frac deposit in Manitoba.
The company currently operates nine industrial sand production plants and eight oil and gas sand production plants.
In recent years, great progress has been achieved in heterogeneity and its effects on oil migration in conventional and low-permeability sandstone carrier beds [6, 14, 15], but it is still poorly constrained for the structural heterogeneity units and their forming mechanisms in tight gas sand carrier bed.
The company currently operates nine industrial sand production plants and seven oil and gas sand production plants.
"We are delighted with the results of the KSR-12 well, which has found the thickest gas sand interval to date of our Sebou wells," commented the company's outgoing chief executive Professor Chris Green.
Some demonstrations turned violent as protesters vandalised and set fire to gas sand police stations, with some also throwing stones at police and security forces.
The well also has six gas sands, the lowest gas sand being in close vertical proximity to the upper oil section.
The Primero West-1 appraisal well confirmed expectations, encountering the "Primero" gas sand in the Cattle Creek Formation at 131.5m depth, and identifying a net gas bearing zone of up to 12.5m.
We expect Oil and Gas sand volumes will grow low to mid-single digits sequentially, driven by the continued ramp in West Texas volumes and the reactivation of some of our Northern White sand capacity.