remedial operation

remedial operation

[ri′mēd·ē·əl ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
In a chemical process operation, the revision of operating conditions so as to correct the overall operation and bring the product into desired rote or specification limits. Also known as corrective operation.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The former Byker City farm, which stood on the same location, closed in 2002 so that the lead-contaminated site could be cleaned up a three-year remedial operation.
Design work on the viaduct strengthening operation is currently taking place, prior to a major remedial operation.
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No fracks can begin until both parties and the commission's district manager agree the cement is sound and the gas is isolated from the proposed wellbore.<br />"Completion operations, re-completion or major remedial operations shall not be permitted until the matter is resolved," according to the rules.<br />Corporation Commission Oil and Gas Division Director Tim Baker directed his staff 18 months ago to look at the rules governing underground storage because he wasn't satisfied with the protections available, said agency spokesman Matt Skinner.
It's a disgrace that people are having remedial operations on the NHS after going abroad for cheap cosmetic surgery which is often botched.
They cover the history of production, the reservoir, the prize, ownership, drilling, logging and testing, getting it ready: completions, behavior: hydrocarbon activity in the reservoir, production, making it marketable: field processing, fixing things: remedial operations and workovers, the players, and strategy.
Although defences are provided by the Act so that building maintenance or remedial operations can be carried out in places used by bats, these cannot be relied on, unless the relevant Statutory Nature Conservation Organisation has been notified and allowed time to advise on whether the operation should be carried out.
In Section 3, two remedial operations, namely remedial brushless AC (BLAC) operation and remedial injecting harmonic current (IHC) operation, will be proposed.
Recovery is expected to be faster in onshore areas than offshore -- however, beyond 2010 it is unlikely that onshore drilling will see strong growth given the maturity of the basin and an increased focus on remedial operations.
Despite that fact oil companies - which independent OFS companies provide services to - had to cut their drilling volumes, slice the number of remedial operations on the depleted wells and curtail seismic programs, OFS companies have manage to remain afloat.

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