SGI

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SGISilicon Graphics, Inc.
SGISoka Gakkai International
SGISaskatchewan Government Insurance (Canada)
SGISocieta Geografica Italiana (Italian: Italian Geographic Society)
SGISanjay Ghodawat Institute (India)
SGISerious Games Institute (UK)
SGISilicon Graphics Image (filename extension)
SGISilicon Graphics Inc.
SGIStyling Garage Ingolstadt
SGISecondary Green Intensity
SGISilicon Graphics Image
SGISt George Island
SGIStrategic Growth International (New York, NY)
SGISporting Goods Industry
SGISharda Group of Institutions (India)
SGIScientific Games International, Inc. (Alpharetta, GA)
SGISmall-Group Instruction
SGISustainable Growth Initiative (various locations)
SGIServices of General Interest (European postal working group)
SGISour Gas Injection (oil industry)
SGISt George International (UK school)
SGISerious Games Initiative
SGISunshine in Government Initiative
SGIStrategic Growth Initiative (est. 2002)
SGISopra Group India (IT consultancy firm)
SGISpheroidal Graphite Iron
SGIStudents for Genital Integrity
SGISeoul Guarantee Insurance (Korea)
SGIScene Genesis, Inc. (est. 1998; Rochester, NY)
SGISeamless Graphical Interface
SGIStray Goose International (military veterans' group; Hurlburt Field, FL)
SGISaringa Group Inc.
SGISveriges Gummiindustriförening (Swedish Rubber Industry Federation)
SGISouthport Game and Internet (AU)
SGISoybean Genomics and Improvement
SGISutton Group, Inc.
SGIStratford Global Intelligence
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High pressure sour gas injection and utilities (water, fuel gas, diesel).
Sour gas injection to train three of sweetening in the refinery started operational late August, running with the capacity of 12.
The new project using sour gas injection technology to maximise production capacity to about 39m tonnes of oil per year, will increase production and the Wellhead Pressure Management Project will keep the existing Tengiz plants full by lowering the flowing wellhead pressure and boosting the pressure to its six processing trains.
FGP will use state-of-the-art sour gas injection technology, successfully developed and proven during TCO's previous expansion in 2008, to enhance oil recovery.
They also toured a small exhibition featuring some of PDOs award-winning projects and challenges, including Harweel, which is one of the worlds most challenging miscible sour gas injection projects, Miraah, one of the largest solar energy ventures globally and the Nimr reed beds, a pioneering energy-efficient wetland scheme to treat produced water from oil production.
They also toured a small exhibition featuring some of PDO's award-winning projects and challenges, including Harweel, which is one of the world's most challenging miscible sour gas injection projects, Miraah, one of the largest solar energy ventures and the Nimr reed beds, a pioneering energy-efficient wetland scheme to treat water from oil production.
PDO has drilled more than 60 wells in these fields and in Phase-1 has produced oil from four fields and injected gas in Zalzala to confirm the viability of miscible sour gas injection.
Receiving 'Best Oil and Gas Mega Project' Award for the world's first and largest miscible sour gas injection project, and the 'Best Oil and Gas Innovation or Technology (Surface)' Award for using solar steam generation to enhance oil recovery, the company continues to demonstrate its relentless efforts to advancing the oil and gas industry.
The increase in crude production will be achieved by applying state-of-the-art drilling technology and focusing on boosting output from several small areas and with sour gas injection.
FGP will utilize sour gas injection technology used in existing operations to expand production capacity by approximately 12 million tonnes per year.
The expansion programme, launched after the government and TCO sealed their $810m compromise deal in early 2003, involves second-generation and sour gas injection projects.
Basically, the sour gas injection process has three main goals: to avoid massive sulphur production as a by-product of the sweetening process; to avoid the flaring of sweetened gas and subsequent CO2 production; and to keep the oil well pressure at levels suitable for full exploitation