Reservoir definition

Reservoir means a porous and permeable underground formation containing a natural accumulation of producible oil or gas that is confined by impermeable rock or water barriers and is individual and separate from other reservoirs.
Reservoir means an animal, plant or substance in which an infectious agent normally lives and whose presence may constitute a public health risk;

Examples of Reservoir in a sentence

  • In addition, a new 11 million gallon Treated Water Reservoir will be built to replace the two existing treated water reservoirs.

  • Via Reservoir Reconnaissance Study – Overall Assessment & Project Definition.Annex 3: List of Supporting Documents #Annex 5.

  • Saint Paul’s River location Annex 2.Location and estimated impact of Via Reservoir on downstream existing (MC) and potential (SP1 & 2) hydropower plants Source: R(a)L.

  • In a conversation on July 18, 2000, a landowner along Bridge Creek downstream from LaDue Reservoir complained that the stream occasionally flows black while the flow/stage increases, often at dusk.

  • At this stage it is anticipated that the priority schemes will include (i) Via Reservoir at the head of the River basin for regulating flows and (ii) one hydropower scheme downstream (see Annex 2) including the transmission line to evacuate energy to the CLSG and the national system.

More Definitions of Reservoir

Reservoir means a component or components of the climate system where a greenhouse gas or a precursor of a greenhouse gas is stored.
Reservoir means a separate structural or stratigraphic trap containing an accumulation of oil or gas.
Reservoir means any artificial or natural holding area that contains or will contain the water impounded by a dam. [Section 373.403(4), F.S.]
Reservoir means pool or common source of supply.