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preliminary investigation into the visualization of gas layers.

M. Senior

preliminary investigation into the visualization of gas layers.

by M. Senior

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Published by Fire Research Station in Borehamwood .
Written in English


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SeriesFire research note -- no.952
ContributionsFire Research Station.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13965114M

Looking for gas-bearing layers in the Anadarko Basin, Oklahoma By Constantin Cranganu Brooklyn College, Dept. of Geology A lab activity for Introduction to Geophysics, Spring (This activity is an adaptation of a personal article, Cranganu ) Introduction. Natural gas that comes along with crude oil is normally known as associated gas. It can exist separately from crude oil, forming what is known as a gas cap or dissolved in the crude oil. Natural gas from gas wells and from condensate wells-in which there is little or no oil- is termed, on the other hand non-associated or free gas.

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