Saltwater mud:See salt mud.
Terms Related to Saltwater mud
An influx of formation salt water into the wellbore
1. A drilling mud in which the water has an appreciable amount of salt (usually sodium or calcium chloride) dissolved in it. Also called saltwater ...
A special class of saltwater muds in which sea water is used as the fluid phase.
A dome that is caused by an intrusion of rock salt into overlying sediments. A piercement salt dome is one that has been pushed up ...
A compound that is formed (along with water) by the reaction of an add with a base. A common salt (table salt) is sodium chloride ...
Water that has large quantity of salt, especially sodium chloride, dissolved in it, salt water.
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