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Oil has been used for lighting purposes for many thousand years. In areas where oil is found in shallow reservoirs, seeps of crude oil or gas may naturally develop, and some oil could simply be collected from seepage or tar ponds. Historically, we know of tales of eternal fires where oil and gas seeps would ignite and burn. One example 1000 B.C. is the site where the famous oracle of Delphi would be built, and 500 B.C. Chinese were using natural gas to boil water. But it was not until 1859 that "Colonel" Edwin Drake drilled the first successful oil well, for the sole purpose of finding oil.

Oil & Gas Production Handbook

There are much of equipment described in standards, equipment manuals and project documentation, however, material to quickly provide reader an overview of the entire upstream area found to be pretty minimum. This is a handbook been compiled to provide readers with an interested in the oil and gas production industry an overview of the main processes and equipment. Above handbook will also provides enough detail to let the engineer get an appreciation of the main characteristics and design issues.,

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The page won't display properly... The Ebook encountered an error when saving/downloading. Can someone send me the file thru email. Pls. This book will be very helpful to me.

October 18, 2008 at 1:17 AM  
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Tested. Looks fine. Please try again.

November 13, 2008 at 3:10 PM  

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