heavy mud

heavy mud

n
(Mining & Quarrying) a dense substance made of a mixture of the mineral barite and water that is thickened with polymers
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The memorial day was held at Wattstown Park, Rhondda, and saw Jenson's football team battle through heavy mud to play a fundraising match.
The memorial day was held at Wattstown Park, Wattstown, Rhondda, and saw Jenson's football team battle through heavy mud to play a fundraising match.
He said: "Where I live, the main problem was not a flood, it was that heavy rains carried a lot of silt and clay in heavy mud from the soils of the plateau into the Chubut river.
Total's Elgin platform, 150 miles east of Aberdeen, was evacuated when the gas began leaking in March 2012, only stopping after more than 50 days by pumping heavy mud into the well, followed by the use of cement plugs.
A resident of the area tipped off the Cyprus Mail that the dog seemed to be trapped in an area that was inaccessible for rescue by members of the public due to heavy mud.
sadness, while we, because we have boredom, heavy mud, and alienations--
In the Middle East, Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) was experiencing heavy mud losses while drilling a well in an onshore carbonate reservoir.
Rescue workers and firefighters were combing through the charred and scattered fuselage, some of which was embedded in the heavy mud.
Initial flow testing of the well has returned disappointing results, from which we infer the possibility of formation damage, due to the mud injection, and a limited ability to lift all of the heavy mud from the well bore.
LAST YEAR Heavy mud stranded vehicles on the Town Moor
Brighouse defended stoically throughout but the heavy mud was taking its toll on tired legs and Clough's strong runners, Joe Taylor and Pearson, took full advantage by driving through on goal.
To regain control of the well, heavy mud was pumped into G4 well from the semi-submersible drilling rig West Phoenix.