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Searched for "solution gas" in Term Name (4 result(s) found)

gas in solution

1. n. [Geology]
Gas that is dissolved in a liquid, such as water or oil.

solution gasdrive

1. n. [Enhanced Oil Recovery]
A type of reservoir-drive mechanism in which the energy for the transport and production of reservoir fluids is provided by the gas dissolved in the liquid. As reservoir fluids enter the wellbore, changing pressure conditions cause the gas to break from solution to create a commingled flow of gas and liquid that aids production.

solution gas drive

1. n. [Well Completions]
A type of reservoir-drive system in which the energy for the transport and production of reservoir fluids is derived from the gas dissolved in the fluid. As reservoir fluids enter the wellbore, changing pressure conditions cause the gas to break from solution to create a commingled flow of gas and liquid that aids production.

solution gas

1. n. [Well Completions]
Dissolved gas in wellbore or reservoir fluids. The gas will remain in solution until the pressure or temperature conditions change, at which time it may break out of solution to become free gas.
See: free gas