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overpressure

(ō′vĕr-presh″ŭr)
A manual force applied passively to a joint and surrounding soft tissue at the end of the range of motion in order to determine the end feel of the tissues.

overpressure,

n excessive pressure applied at the end of a physiologic joint range to confirm the severity of pain, thus helping determine the manual treatments.
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The Jonah Field Overpressured Gas Plain, which is analogous to our prospect area, has similar overpressuring, depth, reservoir rocks and is estimated to be 2.
Wells drilled on the Mesa portion of the Pinedale Anticline have all encountered commercial quantities of overpressured gas sands.
Mesa #3-22d (Ultra Operated); Drilled to depth of 13,055 on October 10th, encountering 819 feet of overpressured Lance sand.
The company's Mesa 15-8 well underwent a total of 10 fracture stimulations in multiple pay zones of the overpressured sandstone at depths between 8,488 feet and 12,832 feet.
Over 160 gross feet of multiple stacked channel sands were encountered below the Lance sands in the Mesa Verde Group, confirming the prediction by the SFD of overpressured, gas-charged reservoirs in this area.
The Habanero #1 was drilled as a dual lateral well to evaluate the deep, downdip, overpressured Austin Chalk formation.
This is the first horizontal well to produce from the naturally fractured and overpressured Frontier Formation, and is one of the deepest of its kind in the world.
The 3-D survey will be instrumental in identifying exploratory and exploitation prospects and drill sites in the overpressured Middle and Lower Frio sands between 11,500 feet and 16,000 feet.
All of these wells are located north of Jonah Field and were drilled through overpressured sandstones that exhibit similar characteristics to the multiple reservoir sands in the Jonah Field.
Petromet operates two similar Leduc gas wells in the area which produce sweet gas from an overpressured reservoir.
today announced that after a review of logs and drilling records indicating the presence of multiple overpressured Lance and Ericson sands, production casing has been installed at the North Lizardhead no.
During the fourth quarter of 1996, Pan East drilled an encouraging multi-zone test in the Prairie Creek area; however, complications caused by an overpressured gas pay zone led to the deterioration and ultimate junking of the deeper portion of this wellbore.