gas zone

gas zone

[′gas ‚zōn]
(geology)
A rock formation containing gas under a pressure large enough to force the gas out if tapped from the surface.
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Exxon Mobile has also nominated DP World Limassol Oil and Gas zone as its planned drilling logistics base.
Exxon Mobile has nominated the oil and gas zone for its planned drilling logistics base.
The onshore part will cover 200 kilometers from Iran's southern Assalouyeh gas zone to Kuhmobarak in the southern province of Hormuzgan.
Brown knows all about fracking - half his Clackmannanshire constituency sits in a prime shale gas zone known as the Midland Valley of Scotland to which Ineos have the exploration, though not yet extraction, rights.
This is just 60 km to our base within the brass area free trade oil and gas zone.
Qatar's North Field, the world's largest gas zone, extends to Iranian waters in the South Pars field.
He accused America of striving to eternalize Israel's occupation of Shabaa and pledged to carry on with party Jihad to liberate them and recover our rights in our pure economic oil and natural gas zone. We are proud to go on fighting rather than rely on Hale's good intentions in throwing back Takfeerists or else, they could have fallen on our throats with their knives, he concluded.
The free zone boasts seven custom-designed SME clusters named as the Oil and Gas Zone, Timber Land, Maritime City, Petrochemical Zone, Construction World, Perfume World, and Steel City and which are attracting hundreds of new and small businessmen from across the globe.
The second one has a gross interval of 110 metres, is in the targeted Lower Liassic natural gas zone and is defined by petrophysical, wireline logs.
The seven sub zones comprise Oil & Gas Zone; Petrochemical Zone; Steel City; Construction World; Timber Land; Maritime City and Perfume Land complimented by E-Office packages.