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  • Onshore
  • Onshore, when used relative to hydrocarbons, refers to an oil, natural gas or condensate field that is under dry land or to activities or operations carried out in relation to such a field. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hundreds of smaller companies search for onshore hydrocarbon deposits worldwide, with some wells costing as little as US$100,000. (wikipedia.org)
  • atoms
  • A hydrocarbon is any chemical compound that consists only of the elements carbon (C) and hydrogen (H). They all contain a carbon frame, and have hydrogen atoms attached to the frame. (wikipedia.org)
  • Moreover, if the alternant hydrocarbon contains an odd number of atoms then there must be an unpaired orbital with zero bonding energy (a non-bonding orbital). (wikipedia.org)
  • gasoline
  • The method was then used in a series of diesel and gasoline powered passenger car studies aimed at comparing the gas phase with the particle-bound hydrocarbon mutagenic activity. (sae.org)
  • Common hydrocarbons involved are mineral spirits, mineral seal oil (common in furniture polish), lamp oil, kerosene (paraffin), turpentine (pine oil), gasoline, and lighter fluid[disambiguation needed]. (wikipedia.org)
  • typically
  • Fire-eater's lung" is an important variant of hydrocarbon pneumonitis, which typically involves adolescents or young adults who are exposed through mishap during flame-blowing performances using a variety of different flammable materials. (wikipedia.org)
  • seismic
  • Areas thought to contain hydrocarbons are initially subjected to a gravity survey, magnetic survey, passive seismic or regional seismic reflection surveys to detect large-scale features of the sub-surface geology. (wikipedia.org)
  • Bright spot - On a seismic section, coda that have high amplitudes due to a formation containing hydrocarbons. (wikipedia.org)
  • industry
  • On May 1, President Evo Morales announced the re-nationalization of Bolivia's hydrocarbons industry, effective immediately. (larouchepub.com)
  • The privatization of the oil and gas industry, carried out in the 1990s, violated Bolivia's Constitution which expressly asserts that Bolivia's hydrocarbons are the 'inalienable' property of the state and thus, was nothing less than an act of treason. (larouchepub.com)
  • Hydrocarbon economy is a term referencing the global hydrocarbon industry and its relationship to world markets. (wikipedia.org)
  • natural
  • Visible surface features such as oil seeps, natural gas seeps, pockmarks (underwater craters caused by escaping gas) provide basic evidence of hydrocarbon generation (be it shallow or deep in the Earth). (wikipedia.org)
  • fuel
  • A procedure using a porous polymer resin as a trapping medium, was developed and verified as a viable means for collecting gas phase hydrocarbons in the diesel fuel (C 10 +) range. (sae.org)
  • known
  • One particular tree, the Hevea tree, or more commonly known as the rubber tree, is probably the most famous hydrocarbon plant, supplying an estimated one third of the world's rubber demand. (wikipedia.org)
  • various
  • We offer hydrocarbons in various high purity grades, and supply them in small cylinders, large cylinders, batches of cylinders, half tonners, and bulk hydrocarbon supply, including iso tanks and tube trailers. (mathesongas.com)
  • often
  • Oral ingestion of hydrocarbons often is associated with symptoms of mucous membrane irritation, vomiting, and central nervous system depression. (wikipedia.org)
  • Environment
  • To be an upstream advisory & technical regulatory body of international repute, creating value for society through proliferation and dissemintion of E&P knowledge optimal hydrocarbon resources management & environment friendly practices. (wikipedia.org)