load water

load water

[′lōd ‚wȯd·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
Water used to prime a well after an acidizing procedure.
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Becks helps load water filters onto a speedboat set to thread between the borders of Siem Reap and Kampong Thom provinces en route to Boeung Chhmar Ramsar Floating Village.
He also directed the deputy commissioners to set up more water tanks in their respective area, if required, and down load water tankers there so that people could take water from there.
The device, as shown Figure 3, is used to load water pressure on specimens.
Bottom load water dispenser, one of the most surprisingly friendly product of Midea that specially will appeal to women and elderly people.
"Preventing dehydration by [drinking] enough fluids is very important but players in this heat should load water in their body the day before the match and not on [match] day," Sudhakar said.
Caption: In 2004, Sailors aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) off load water from a C-2A Greyhound for transport to Banda Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia, by way of helicopters, supporting humanitarian airlifts to the tsunami-stricken coastal regions.
In addition, further testing indicated that the well is capable of producing 846 BOPD, 422 MCFPD, and 264 BLWPD (load water) at 283 psig FTP on a 36/64" choke, stated the company.
During the first 24 hours the well has started to produce oil and gas along with the load water from frac operations.
It offers 180[degrees] rotation for maneuverability and features a top load water tank and warning indicator to let you know when it needs refilling.
The well has commenced production at a rate of 4.1MMcf of gas and 525Bbls of load water at a flowing casing pressure of 3,150 psi on an 18/64th inch choke.