oil well

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Synonyms for oil well

a well that yields or has yielded oil

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Last April, Turkey started exploratory drilling for oil and gas in the occupied village of Singrasi, Famagusta, a move seen as a response to the licensing of companies to carry out offshore exploration by the Republic.
We don't see too many that have slant drilling or onsite drilling for oil on school campuses.
12 /PRNewswire/ -- Drilling for oil and natural gas in the United States fell sharply during 1992 as major oil companies and independents alike trimmed domestic exploration and production spending and eyed United States reserve purchases and exploration opportunities abroad.
Drilling For Oil, winner of the Grade 3 Louisville Handicap at Churchill Downs in May 2007 for trainer Ken McPeek and jockey Kent Desormeaux, was stolen from a stud farm owned by Hiad Hamide, near Canete, 90 miles south of the capital Lima.
12 /PRNewswire/ -- Drilling for oil and gas in the United States fell by 24 percent during the first three quarters of 1992, a year that has seen a pronounced shift by domestic operators to international petroleum arenas as well as a growing trend toward the acquisition of United States oil and gas reserves through purchase rather than by drilling.
Reaves, President and CEO of FieldPoint, stated, "In light of this high commodities price environment, we are very pleased to be aggressively drilling for oil and gas in addition to remaining 100% un-hedged.
Only nine states recorded increases in drilling for oil and gas from year-ago levels, with the most significant gain occurring in Colorado, where completions rose 45.
We believe - along with most Californians - that drilling for oil off the beaches where our children play is about far more than economics.
The PID system is designed to substantially increase the rate of penetration in drilling for oil and gas, especially when drilling through hard rock and other difficult-to-drill formations.
PSI and its shareholders have invested over $13 million to develop the PID system which is designed to substantially increase the rate of penetration in drilling for oil and gas, especially when drilling through hard rock and other difficult-to-drill formations.
The Company has five drilling rigs operating domestically, two drilling for oil in the Lake Washington area and three drilling for natural gas in Texas.