1. To shut in a well temporarily that is capable of producing oil or gas. 2. To close the blowout preventers on a well to ...
Temporarily shut in but not plugged.
Said of a well when it is shut in or temporarily not able to produce.
The maximum volume of oil or gas that a well is capable of producing, calculated from well test data.
To close values on a well so that it stops producing; said of a well on which the valves are closed.
A test that measures the reservoir pressure of the well, obtained at a specific depth or at the midpoint of the producing zone. A flowing ...
Abbreviation: emergency shut down, an automated platform system to shut in an scssv and/or ssv
» Find the definition of Closed-in in Wikipedia.