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The connected pores in all reservoir rocks below the water table are filled with
water that may be fresh or saline, except in the relatively small areas occupied by
Reservoir petroleum accumulations. This reservoir water generally pressures ...
RECOVERY OF OIL AND GAS As indicated above, both oil and gas reservoirs
usually start with a formation pressure that forces fluid into the well and
sometimes to the surface. With artificial lift, reservoir fluids may be produced as
long as ...
Smaller versions are used to store crude oil at the reservoirs. Highly volatile
hydrocarbons such as the liquefied petroleum gases are stored in spherical or
nearly spherical tanks. Natural gas is the most difficult product to store.
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