casinghead


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casinghead

(ˈkeɪsɪŋˌhɛd)
n
the protruding part of a casing to which piping is attached
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The Phillips case stemmed from a dispute over the regulatory status of Phillips Petroleum, one of the nation's leading oil and gas companies and a major producer of casinghead gas, a by-product of oil production.
In Texas, gas derived from oil-producing wells is referred to as casinghead gas, and the lower panel of figure 2 shows that this increase in oil production has yielded a proportional increase in gas production.
In Texas, the amount of associated or casinghead gas produced from oil wells has tripled from 674 billion cubic feet in 2008 to almost 2 trillion cubic feet in 2014.
JNC produces electricity from casinghead and stranded natural gas.
Under Borys, because casinghead gas is in solution in the
com) generates electricity from casinghead and/or stranded natural gas.
We are negotiating with a pipeline company to purchase the casinghead gas that is currently shut-in," reported Mr.
Once the water flooding procedures take effect, production could exceed 1500 barrels of oil per month and 3,000 mcfgpm of casinghead gas.