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API - RP 45

RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR ANALYSIS OF OIL-FIELD WATERS SECOND EDITION (R 1981) (WITHDRAWN)

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Organization: API
Publication Date: 1 November 1968
Status: inactive
Page Count: 54

Document History

August 1, 1998
Recommended Practice for Analysis of Oilfield Waters
This document is directed toward the determination of dissolved and dispersed components in oilfield waters (produced water, injected water, aqueous workover fluids, and stimulation fluids)....
August 1, 1998
Recommended Practice for Analysis of Oilfield Waters
1 Scope This document is directed toward the determination of dissolved and dispersed components in oilfield waters (produced water, injected water, aqueous workover fluids, and stimulation fluids)....
August 1, 1998
Recommended Practice for Analysis of Oilfield Waters
This document is directed toward the determination of dissolved and dispersed components in oilfield waters (produced water, injected water, aqueous workover fluids, and stimulation fluids)....
July 1, 1981
Recommended Practice for Analysis of Oil-Field Waters
The oil industry has used water analyses for many years for formation identification, compatibility studies, water-quality control, and evaluation of pollution problems. The users of these data have...
RP 45
November 1, 1968
RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR ANALYSIS OF OIL-FIELD WATERS SECOND EDITION (R 1981) (WITHDRAWN)
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November 1, 1965
Recommended Practice for Analysis of Oil-field Waters
INTRODUCTION The oil industry has used water analyses for many years for formation identification, compatibility studies, water-quality control, and evaluation of pollution problems. The users of...
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