geopressured

ge·o·pres·sured

 (jē′ō-prĕsh′ərd) also ge·o·pres·sur·ized (jē′ō-prĕsh′ə-rīzd′)
adj.
Being under high pressure within the earth.
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geopressured

(ˌdʒiːəʊˈprɛʃəd)
adj
(Geological Science) relating to the pressure within the earth
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Nunn, "Episodic fluid expulsion from geopressured sediments," Marine and Petroleum Geology, vol.
Geothermal resources can be grouped into four categories: hydrothermal, geopressured, hot dry rock, and magma.
Percentage depletion is generally available to individuals (including limited partners) who qualify as "independent producers or royalty owners" (i.e., certain "small producers") and to individuals who own a depletable interest in (1) certain domestic regulated natural gas, (2) domestic natural gas sold under certain fixed contracts, and (3) certain domestic natural gas produced from geopressured brine.
In the lower forty-eight states of the United States, geopressured brine and gas hydrates may offer as much as 335,000 quads, according to Holtberg and Hirsch (2003).
DOE is directed to establish a program of R&D, demonstration, and commercial application for geothermal energy production from oil and gas fields and from geopressured resources.
According to Fleischmann, researchers believe they can extract electric power from most oil and gas fields by tapping geopressured hot water, natural gas, and hot waste-water reservoirs.
* Other geothermal resources such as co-produced hot water associated with oil and gas production and geopressured resources should also be pursued as short-term options.
Monitoring local subsidence in areas of potential geopressured fluid withdrawal, southwestern Louisiana.
Suzuki, "Stable and noble gas isotopic study of thermal and groundwaters in Northwestern Hokkaido, Japan and the occurrence of geopressured fluids," Geochemical Journal, vol.
In the case of "natural gas from geopressured brine" (see Q 1256), the applicable percentage rate is 10%.
Geothermal resources may be described as hydrothermal, hot dry rock, or geopressured. Hydrothermal resources contain hot water, steam, or a mixture of water and steam.
Cartwright, "Episodic basin-wide fluid expulsion from geopressured shale sequences in the North Sea Basin," Geology, vol.