Did you mayhaps mean reinfection?
- n. A second or subsequent injection.
- re- + injection (Wiktionary)
“Following a grant from the Department of Energy and Climate Change earlier this year, the team has drilled a second - or 'reinjection' - borehole to complement the 995m deep exploration borehole which was originally drilled three years ago.”
“Normally, you pump natural gas back into an aging field (called reinjection) in order to get higher yields.”
“BAA will certainly welcome a reinjection of romance, having weathered an enduring and damaging dispute between British Airways, Heathrow's flagship operator, and its staff.”
“If the regime actually proceeds with LNG exports, oil export decline will accelerate for lack of reinjection gas.”
“Oil recovery rates have declined, and, with no remedy in sight for the gas reinjection shortage, this decline may accelerate.”
“Eckart Woertz, chief economist at the Dubai-based Gulf Research Center, says: "The idea behind developing nuclear energy is to have nuclear power for the base load [the minimum level of demand on an electrical supply system over 24 hours] and save gas, which is needed for petrochemicals, reinjection into oil fields and peak load generation.”
“Penicillin was once expensive too — so rare and expensive that it was filtered from the urine of the first patient for reinjection.”
“The fields are in need of upgrading, modernization, and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) efforts such as gas reinjection.”
“One important use for South Pars production will be reinjection for enhanced oil recovery.”
“Total natural gas reinjection needs from South Pars are forcast by FACTS at 8-10 Bcf/d by 2010-2012.”
Looking for tweets for reinjection.