load oil

load oil

[′lōd ‚ȯil]
(petroleum engineering)
Oil used as a fracturing fluid in a formation to stimulate a well to produce.
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Additionally, such rates may also include recovered 'load oil' fluids used in well completion stimulation.
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The new option to load oil into very large crude carriers at the US Gulf Coast terminal operated by the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port, or LOOP, will reduce costs and waiting time for Asian buyers of American supplies, according to shipbroking firm Braemar ACM.
A tanker sent by Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) began to load oil at the country's eastern Zueitina port, after rival forces stationed in the area agreed to let it dock and take the oil to safety, a port official said.
BAKE[pounds sterling] (CyHAN)- For the first time after the removal of international sanctions on Tehran, a Japanese tanker is scheduled to load oil at Iran's Kharg oil terminal on Jan.
If he could sell Cyrenaica's oil with impunity that would be the end of a united Libya, so Prime Minister Ali Zeidan threatened to sink a rogue tanker, the North Korean-flagged Morning Glory, that arrived at one of the terminals controlled by Jathran to load oil valued at $30 million.
A militia from the country's restive east forced his crew to load oil onto Baig's vessel, the Morning Glory, and demanded they escape the navy before the ship was stormed by US special forces on March 16, according to his account of events.
The Libyan navy fired on a Maltese-flagged tanker which allegedly tried to load oil from the protesters in the port in January.
A militia holding the key port of al-Sidra sparked a three-day crisis when it attempted to load oil into a North Korean-flagged tanker that had docked without government permission.
Ships carry water in their oil tanks as ballast to maintain their balance while sailing without cargo, as a tanker does when it is sailing to an oil producer to load oil.
The loading buoy--one of several offshore installations used by PEMEX to load oil on to taker ships at sea--sank near the Salina Cruz refinery, causing oil to spill into the Gulf of Tehuantepec.
Tankers are forced to wait at least three weeks to load oil at Ceyhan, imposing significant costs on customers, traders say.