Brine definition

Brine means a liquid produced as a by-product of oil or natural gas production or exploration.

Examples of Brine in a sentence

For others, entering academia requires a refashioning of self which can be a painful process; demanding an examination, and possibly rejection of, previously held cultural values (see Brine, 2010 - for a reflexive account of how the refashioning of self is on-going).

This is a multi year agency term contract for the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) to purchase Brine and Utility Trailers.

S., Goual, L., Piri, M., (2014), “Effect of Brine Salinity and CO2 Co-contaminants on Contact Angle and Interfacial Tension of Sc-CO2/Brine/Quartz Systems”.

S., Goual, L., Piri, M., (2013), “Dynamic Adsorption of Asphaltenes on Quartz and Calcite Packs in the Presence of Brine Films”.

Motion Made: Seconded:Discussion:Votes Taken: Ayes Nays Abstained Absent 6-3 Action – Inter-municipal Agreement with the Village of Hamilton Resolution for ConsiderationBe it resolved, upon the recommendation of the Interim Superintendent of Schools,the Board of Education approve the Inter-municipal Agreement with the Village of Hamilton and Waterville Central School to provide Salt Brine for Snow Removal.


More Definitions of Brine

Brine means all nonpotable water resulting, obtained, or produced from the exploration, drilling, or production of oil or gas, or both.
Brine means a liquid solution with a concentration of dissolved salts greater than 35 grams of dissolved constituents per kilogram of water.
Brine means saline water with a total dissolved solid concentration greater than 40 000 mg/l.
Brine means a heavily concentrated solution containing sodium.
Brine means means subterranean saltwater and all of
Brine means: (a) production brine; or (b) produced waters; or (c) flowback; or
Brine means either saline water with a total dissolved solid concentration greater than 40 000mg/l or CSG water after it has been concentrated through water treatment processes and/or evaporation.