Reservoir Sample Clauses

Reservoir. The reservoir includes all the porous intervals of to m (from MSL) of 1 well and its lateral equivalents.
Reservoir. Underground stratum or strata, forming part of a Field, which are producing or have been shown to be capable of producing Hydrocarbons, and which have a common pressure system throughout.
Reservoir. Is all rock beneath the surface, in which Hydrocarbons are accumulated in the pore or fractured spaces, which is producing, or able to produce Hydrocarbons, and which behaves as an independent unit as to its petrophysical and fluid properties, and has a common pressure system throughout its entire expanse. CHAPTER II - EXPLORATION
Reservoir. An underground accumulation of Hydrocarbons (a) in a single and separate natural pool characterized by a distinct pressure system, (b) not in Hydrocarbon communication with another accumulation of Hydrocarbons, and (c) into which a Producible Well has been drilled.
Reservoir. An underground accumulation of hydrocarbon and minerals comprising a single, separate, naturally contained system characterized by a single pressure.
Reservoir. Stratum or strata under the surface which may be part of a deposit under production or which has (or have) proven hydrocarbon production capacity, under a common pressure system throughout their entire area.
Reservoir. Any sub-surface rock with hydrocarbon accumulation in its porous space, producing or able to produce hydrocarbons and behaving as an independent unit with respect to petrophysical and fluid properties and having a single pressure system throughout. CHAPTER 11 - EXPLORATION
Reservoir.  Full Supply Level (“FSL”) = 39 m; Low Supply Level (“LSL”) = 38.5 m; Maximum Flood Level (“MFL”) = 45.1 m without Gull Island and 44.3 m with Gull Island.  Remove all trees that grow in, or extend into the area between 3 m above FSL and 3 m below LSL, except where determined otherwise by the reservoir preparation strategy.  Trash management system to include an automated hydraulically operated trash removal system explained in detail under “Intake and Penstocks - General”. Trash management also includes a series of trash booms, one located approximately 2.3 km upstream of the intake and a second located approximately 5 km downstream of the plant. Both trash booms will be designed to restrict the movement of floating trash and debris, and guide it to shoreline design and access roads to enable removal and disposal. Both trash booms are to be designed with either mid-channel or shoreline gaps to allow boat travel.
Reservoir. This is any rock under the surface in which hydrocarbons are accumulated in their pore space, under production or capable of producing Hydrocarbons and behaving as an independent unit in terms of its petrophysical and fluid properties, and having a common pressure system throughout. <PAGE> 13 SWORN TRANSLATION No.30154/Err
Reservoir. A porous, fractured or cavitied rock formation with a geological seal forming a trap for producible hydrocarbons. Reservoir Pressure The pressure at reservoir depth in a shut- in well. Residual Impacts Residual impacts are impacts that remain after mitigation measures, including those incorporated into the project’s Base Case design and those developed in addition to the base design, have been applied.