plug back

plug back

[′pləg ‚bak]
(petroleum engineering)
To place cement or a mechanical plug in a well bottom for the purpose of excluding bottom water, sidetracking, or producing from a formation already drilled through.
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Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Andy Bown, John 'Rhino' Edwards and Leon Cave will plug back in and bring their thunderous electric live show back to the nation's venues.
If McClaren has been trying to plug back four holes on the Benton training ground this week then Allardyce will also have been working feverishly on his defence.
And it is 18 years since Cherries players agreed to fulfil another fixture - a 1-0 win at Bristol City - in order to prevent the administrator pulling the plug back then.
Accurate plug back, total depth can be determined as well as the actual position of each of the numerous frac ports.
He put the plug back in but she stood on the lead, he said.
Following completion of the logging operations, the forward program is to plug back to the 7" liner prior to production testing the Baong sands.
If there are no strikes, then work the plug back to the boat with a little wrist action one time, and then quickly the next time, to see which retrieve the fish prefer.
O'Brien resumed his attack when the police put the plug back in after he promised to calm down.
A good deed indeed--it just would have been nicer if he had finished by putting the oil plug back in.
00 (WST) on 24 January 2010 Status: Commencing plug and abandonment operations Operations: * Well spudded 02:30 on 17 December 2009 (WST) * 13a[pounds sterling]" casing run to 2,491 metres * 121/4" hole drilled and logged to 3,785 metres * Plug back and sidetrack 121/4" hole section to 3,770 metres * 9 a[yen]" intermediate casing run to 3,765.
Push it into the lawn and pull out a plug of soil, pop the bulbs in and put the plug back.
It's that nice escape, and then you can plug back into the festival," she said.