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ABSTRACT: Applied Rock Mechanics in the Ram Powell Redevelopment Project, Deepwater U.S.A., Gulf of Mexico; #90061 (2006)

Glenn Donovan

Search and Discovery.com

... with rock properties to estimate the in-situ stresses, resulting in an estimate of the fracture gradient, or the maximum allowable wellbore pressure...

2006

Old wells, potable water, and carbon dioxide-enhanced oil recovery and sequestration projects in the Appalachian and Illinois Basins of Kentucky, #90116 (2010)

Kathryn G. Takacs

Search and Discovery.com

..., porosity X oil saturation, and permeability X net pay thickness. Our analysis also showed that if maximum allowable EPA injection pressures (0.8 X...

2010

Tax and Finance in the Petroleum Industry „ An Update

S. Breckenridge

Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia (PESA)

... as "allowable capital expenditure" unless expressly excluded. Consequently a deduction is available in respect of this expenditure over a maximum 10 year...

1990

South Overbrook Field1

Glenn G. Hager

Ardmore Geological Society

... November, 1956. By July 15, 1957, 22 wells were completed as producers in the immediate area. The oil is about 41 degrees gravity, the allowable is 20...

1957

Geomechanical characteristics of potential carbon dioxide sinks and seals in the DeSoto Canyon Salt Basin, eastern Gulf of Mexico

Jingyao Meng, Jack C. Pashin, and Runar Nygaard

Environmental Geosciences (DEG)

... a subsurface reservoir, these stresses are typically called vertical stress (Sv), maximum horizontal stress (SHmax), and minimum horizontal stress...

2020

Developments in Louisiana Gulf Coast in 1966

George R. White , Herschel L. Riddle

AAPG Bulletin

... be increased by formula to a maximum of 1.5 times the depth-bracket allowable for spacing greater than 40 acres. NEW FIELDS In 1966, there were 286 new...

1967

The Model of Dynamic Project Economics on Marginal Gas Field Development: A Combination of Deterministic and Probabilistic Method

Trian Hendro Asmoro, Ahmad Toha, Nuzulul Haq

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... using the baseline scenario of a reserve, the maximum allowable development cost (drilling intangible and facilities cost) could be 323.8 US$ million...

2012

Field Study: Lisbon Field, Claiborne Parish, Louisiana

Shreveport Geological Society

Shreveport Geological Society

... was on the basis of 1 well to 40 acres. Cotton Valley gas sand development is on the basis of 1 well to 320 acres. ALLOWABLE: Allowable production for the Lisbon...

1945

North Belut CPP Topside Installation … The Heaviest Floatover in Indonesia

Yetty Yustiati, Wayan Mega Budiartha

Indonesian Petroleum Association

... be such that the maximum allowable vertical center of gravity (VCOG) of the topside is not exceeded, to ensure barge stability during transportation • Loadout...

2010

Control of Water in Pumping Wells

J. J. Zorichak

Tulsa Geological Society

... withdrawing oil from the reservoir and to produce the maximum recoverable oil in the most efficient and economical manner, using the body of water...

1936

The Lucile Field: Before and After

Hewitt B. Fox

Bulletin of South Texas Geological Society

... ahead and recovered 11 ½ more feet of good oil sand and conducted the second open hole drillstem test at 3234-50′. In 20 minutes the maximum working...

1963

Rasberry Field Foard County, Texas

Robert L. Swanson

North Texas Geological Society

... feet on the southeast to 156 maximum in the nine wells which completely penerated it. Indications are that the limestone shales out southward...

1959

Field Study: Salem Church Field, Union Co., Arkansas

Shreveport Geological Society

Shreveport Geological Society

... center of tract. ALLOWABLE: The allowable of the Salem Church field was 200 barrels per day on January 1, 1946. DEVELOPMENT: Two Smackover Limestone...

1945

Field Study: Holly Ridge Field, Tensas Parish, Louisiana

Shreveport Geological Society

Shreveport Geological Society

... zone reaches a maximum thickness of 32 feet. The Basal Tuscaloosa sand, locally divided into the Shelley and the Roberts zones, is oil productive...

1945

Estimation of Arithmetic Permeability from a Semi-Log Porosity/Log10 Permeability Regression; #41583 (2015)

Gregory Benson

Search and Discovery.com

... the theoretical minimum possible horizontal permeability, and the arithmetic average is the theoretical maximum possible horizontal permeability. Recall...

2015

Kinder Field: ALLEN PARISH, LOUISIANA

Byron D. Magbee

Lafayette Geological Society

...-to-the coast backup fault with 200-300 feet of throw at 8000 feet apparently dies out eastward. The Tweedel sand is a lenticular body with a maximum of 45...

1967

Abstract: Local stratigraphy and groundwater chemistry in the Grand Pré region, Nova Scotia: contamination sources and mitigation strategies

Mary A. Samolczyk, Ian S. Spooner, Clifford R. Stanley, Linda A. Lusby

Atlantic Geology

... the maximum allowable concentrations defined by Health Canada in some wells. A natural source for these contaminants is likely. The source of U and Se...

2007

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