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  • Regarding Shell's in-situ retorting process in which the oil shale is heated underground, the RAND report estimates: About 250 to 300 kilowatt-hours are required for down-hole heating per barrel of extracted product.

    Our Vast Oil Reserves, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Sometimes if a hole is lost due to getting stuck, the down-hole survey can't be completed, other times it can be.

    Stuck Again

  • It covered the high-voltage pulse generator for a pulsed neutron source in a down-hole well-logging tool.

    Robert Woodrow Wilson - Autobiography

  • They went to the foot wall and with a scraper brought out some of the muggy mass caused by the pouring of water into the "down-hole" to make the sittings capable of removal.

    The Cross-Cut

  • All intervals are represented as down-hole core lengths with true widths estimated at 70 to 75 percent.

  • A 1.07 metre interval within the contact zone of the fault returned values of 7320 g/t Ag 234 oz/ton Ag and 3.52% Cu at a down-hole depth of 42.23 metres.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • The resistors are ideal for all types of current sensing and pulse applications, including switching and linear power supplies, instruments, power amplifiers, and shunts in automotive electronic controls such as engine, anti-lock brake, and climate controls; industrial controls, including down-hole test/measurement equipment for oil/gas well drilling; and consumer product controls such as inverter controls for HVAC systems.

  • The submersible transducer is ideal for applications that require battery-powered operation with minimal current drain and lower system costs, as found in groundwater monitoring, down-hole monitoring, surface water monitoring, stage monitoring, tailrace and forebay monitoring, and oceanographic research.

  • The ISL75051SRH is an excellent design choice for DSP, FPGA and microprocessor core power supplies, post-regulation of switch mode power supplies and down-hole oilfield drilling equipment.

  • Flotek is a global developer and distributor of a portfolio of innovative oilfield technologies, including specialty chemicals and down-hole drilling and production equipment.

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