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Deep Coal Resources of the Interior Plains, Estimated From Petroleum Borehole Data.

Geological Survey of Canada.

Deep Coal Resources of the Interior Plains, Estimated From Petroleum Borehole Data.

by Geological Survey of Canada.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesPaper (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 81-13
ContributionsWilliams, G., Murphy, M.
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Open LibraryOL21904827M

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The borehole is drilled deeper than the target coal to produce a sump hole or "rat hole" which allows production equipment to be installed below the target seam. Under-reamed - If suitable geologic conditions exist, an additional stage to open-hole completions can be added to widen the borehole where it intersects the target coal. In horizontal directional drilling as used in the coal industry, data from the directional sensor package are collected via a wire-line through the drill string. This data transmission method is commonly practiced in underbalanced drilling, where the pressure of the wellbore is kept at a lower pressure than the surrounding formation and there is not a continuous fluid or mud column that might.


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