oil reservoir


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oil reservoir

[′ȯil ′rez·əv‚wär]
(geology)
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NNA - The family of citizen Bassim Mahfouz managed to miraculously survive an arson which flared up in the oil reservoir of his 4X4 vehicle, parked in front of his house, the the West Bek region of Jeb Jennine, National News Agency correspondent reported Tuesday.
Alghareeb's research focuses on broadening the application of oil reservoir simulation for decision-making in light of geological and financial uncertainties using fast physics-based, reduced order models.
Then either injected in the oil reservoir to maintain the pressure of the zone being produced from and thus it is needed to enhance production", it said "Injected into zones under the ground in what is called disposal wells.
He explained that when carbon dioxide is pumped into an oil reservoir, about 40 per cent of the carbon dioxide gets stored in the reservoir.
The fire was in a 2cm deep oil reservoir in the sub-basement of the factory.
Both remove oil from the bottom of the oil reservoir and return it filtered to the top of the reservoir.
The PVA-120TM applies up to 100 valves per minute; has an accurate punching & valve placement, integrated valve oiling system, automized oil dispensing head, "refill-on-the-fly", un-pressurized, oil reservoir, integrated PLC, durable stainless steel housing; and installs on most FFS equipment and is customizable to fit your process.
These maps would be the first to provide enough detail about an oil reservoir to guide oil recovery in the field in real time.
The large internal oil reservoir is filled with H1 food-grade lubricant and sealed for life, providing a wide range of operating temperatures and extended wear life.
A large oil reservoir helps maintain low engine temperature and prolong engine life, and a large, dual-element KAI air cleaner improves air flow, performance and reduces engine wear.
primary target was the potential Oligocene oil reservoir from which good shows