(obsolete) natural gasoline.
Commonly called casinghead gas; gas that is produced with oil or from the casing head of an oil well.
(1) separating casinghead gas from produced crude oil and water at the temperature and pressure conditions of the separator; and (2) separating gas from that ...
An obsolete term for a casinghead.
A process used to repair a hole in the casing by pumping cement down tubing or drill pipe. First, the casinghead, or bradenhead, is closed ...
A hole dug, usually before drilling of a well, to allow working space for the casinghead equipment.
Natural gas which is in solution with crude oil in the reservoir.
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