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p.s.i.

pounds per square inch, equivalent to one-seventh of a kilopascal (kPa), the metric measure of pressure.
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The zone had a flowing tubing pressure of 450 pounds per square inch and a 24/64-inch choke.
Flow was through a 27/64-inch choke at a flowing tubing pressure of 2,145 pounds per square inch.
1 million cubic feet per day through an 18/64-inch choke at a flowing tubing pressure of 2,350 pounds per square inch.
6 million cubic feet of gas per day on a 36/64 inch choke at a flowing well head pressure of 913 pounds per square inch.
This interval tested using a 24/64-inch choke and a flowing tubing pressure of 1,550 pounds per square inch.
The treatment was mixed, placed and pressure tested within a single 12-hour shift and the isolation was completely successful with 1,000 pounds per square inch held on the plug for 15 minutes to prove 100 percent isolation of the annulus.
The flow rate was gauged on a 20/64-inch choke with a flowing tubing pressure of 2,101 pounds per square inch.
Corridor interprets that this water has condensed out of water vapour contained in the formation gas during under-balanced drilling operations, when portions of the reservoirs in close proximity to the wellbore were subjected to maximum pressure drawdowns of up to 3400 pounds per square inch during drilling operations.
Flowing tubing pressure during the test was 1,052 pounds per square inch to 1,385 pounds per square inch, respectively.
Flowing tubing pressure was measured at 3,010 pounds per square inch ("psi") through a 11/64ths-inch choke and shut in tubing pressure was measured at 3,867 psi.
Of particular note is the strong flow test rate with only a minimal draw down of 41 pounds per square inch.