MEOR

AcronymDefinition
MEORMedical Evidence of Record (US SSA)
MEORMicrobially Enhanced Oil Recovery
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"Old" MEOR involves introducing foreign bacteria into a well and had a "mixed" track record.
Meor Razak also pointed out that there were no silt traps in the logging area.
Among the listed isolates in Table 1, Paenibacillus ehimensis BS1 showed very good potential for applications in MEOR and heavy crude oil biodegradation [11].
* Long term: MEOR, subsea robotics, laser drilling, nanotechnology
Siftei Hakhamim, in: Arbaah Perushim al Perush Meor haGolah Rashi.
Battelle and its subsidiary, Winner Water Services, is promoting some of its own in-house developed technologies for recycling produced water and advancing EOR processes with carbon dioxide and socalled microbial EOR (MEOR).
polygamy had in any event begun to disappear from medieval Jewish society, since public opinion had come to disfavor it, and Gershom Meor HaGolah (the Light of the Exile) merely summarized this attitude.
Pertahanan Malaysia), Meor Yusoff Meor Sulaiman (Malaysian Nuclear Agency), Badrol Ahmad (TNB Research, Malaysia), Ismail (U.
These processes can be used to boost oil production and are known as microbial enhanced oil recovery (MEOR).
A research study investigating the potential of Microbial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) applications in Omani oil fields is the topic of the doctoral programme of Han bint Salim al Sulaimani, who has become the first Omani female to receive a PhD from Sultan Qaboos University, as reported in Oman Observer.
(OGTF) of League City, Texas is pleased to announce it has reached an agreement with Optima Conservation Resources, the operator of the Mahala Oilfield near Corona, California to re-develop this well known oilfield by using MEOR the latest technology.