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Shale Oil and Gas Handbook by Alireza Bahadori, Sohrab Zendehboudi

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Index

Note: Page numbers followed by “f” indicate figures and “t” indicate tables.’
A
Aboveground retorting, 296–297
Adsorbed gas, 11, 14–15
Adsorption processes, gas sweetening
condensate stabilization, 175
high nitrogen content, 174–175
mercaptan removal, 176–177, 176f
NGL extraction and fractionation, 171–174, 173f
presence of mercury, 171
sour water stripper unit, 180–181
sulfur recovery process, 177–180, 179f
Alternating current (AC), 40–41
American Petroleum Institute (API) gravity, 213
Anisotropy, 54
Artificial well stimulation, 131–134, 132f–133f
B
Biogas, 7
Blow-out preventer (BOP), 89
Borehole instability, 96
C
Carbon disulphide (CS2), 178
Carbonyl sulfide (COS), 178
Casing head gas, 9
Characteristics, shale oil, 254–270, 255t
adsorption/desorption method, ...

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