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potential well

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(General Physics) physics a localized region in a field of force in which the potential has a deep minimum
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Tenders are invited for Open request for proposals for the right to enter into an Agreement for the supply of potential wells for the collection of uncontaminated runoff for power "Yamal LNG"
As Statoil continues to identify potential wells on the NCS where the SureTrak service will add value, Baker Hughes and Statoil are preparing to take the technology further with plans to develop next-generation, one-trip technology to drill in the liner and cement it in place without having to withdraw the drillstring.
additional potential wells to increase revenue streams
The Test well has validated the recovery technique applicable to potential wells in a new AMI of 144 square miles (92,000 acres), entered into with its Test Well partner on January 10, 2012.
The high potential wells are selected to produce with ESP pump [3] which has the ability to produce high production rate >2500 BFPD (current PCP capability in the Issaran field with upper and lower dolomite).
In a lattice clock, a further step then follows in which the atoms are held in potential wells.
Although there is nothing new from primary sources such as the National Archives, recently opened Soviet files, or other potential wells of new knowledge, Professor Rotter has done something that I wasn't sure could be done.
Following a short break, the Racing Post has in recent days received a new round of calls from potential Wells clients, asking for confirmation of his supposedly phenomenal success rate, but Beagley said: "We sent out 5,000 brochures three weeks ago and if they are still landing it is nothing short of the post office doing a useless job.
Industrial gases used in enhanced oil recovery (EOR) aid in stimulating new wells, improve the recovery rates for mature wells and can be used in the pilot testing of potential wells.
In an experiment performed by NIST, in collaboration with researchers from the University of Queensland, Australia, ultra-cold atoms oscillating in optical potential wells were observed to tunnel from one allowed motion to another which was not well connected via a classical pathway.
Instead of chairs, it has moving compartments, or potential wells.
This funding package benefits Dejour by kick starting the development of the 220 potential wells at Kokopelli with no additional cash contribution required from the Company.