How Does an Oil Derrick Work
Oil derrick structure
A derrick, in civil engineering, is a machine used for lifting and moving heavy objects. An oil derrick, however, does much more than just that. In this Buzzle post, we shall learn more about the purpose and functioning of an oil...
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Pros and Cons of Oil Drilling
Oil drilling or extracting oil is expected to boost the economic growth by reducing import of foreign oil; however, it does pose a negative impact on the environment.
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Pros and Cons of Offshore Drilling
With the never-ending, ever-increasing demand for petroleum spanning the entire globe and the environmental consequence of such tremendously extensive drilling for oil looming large, it's time we discussed the pros and cons of...
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Shale Oil Extraction Process
Extraction of shale oil is a process of deriving oil from a sedimentary rock, by subjecting it to high temperatures and then refining it. It is a more complicated process, compared to crude oil extraction and has been in practice...
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Oil Exploration Process
The rising demand for oil in the international market and the mind-boggling returns from this venture are making many smaller companies try their luck at oil exploration. In this Buzzle article, we will put forth the details of the...
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Oil Drilling Process
The following article provides some information regarding the process of oil extraction from oil wells and rigs.
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Effects of Oil Drilling in Alaska
The effects of oil drilling in Alaska are far-fetched and go beyond the industrialization that has generated additional manpower movement to the region. The processes that are a part of these activities have generated an imbalance...
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