Well refers to a hole in the ground, examples are oil well, gas well, water well, and wishing well.

The term "well" has various meanings in different industrial and industry contexts. Here are a few examples:

  • Oil well: In the petroleum industry, a well is a hole drilled into the Earth's surface to extract oil or natural gas. These wells can be vertical or horizontal, and are typically several thousand feet deep.

  • Water well: In the construction industry, a well is a hole drilled into the ground to access underground water sources for irrigation or drinking water. Water wells can be dug by hand or using drilling equipment.

  • Injection well: In the oil and gas industry, injection wells are used to dispose of or store waste fluids generated during the drilling process. These wells inject the waste fluids into deep underground rock formations to prevent surface contamination.

  • Monitoring well: In the environmental industry, monitoring wells are used to measure groundwater quality and levels. These wells are typically drilled at various locations around a site to monitor any changes in groundwater quality over time.

  • Test well: In the mining industry, test wells are used to determine the quality and quantity of mineral deposits before mining operations begin. Test wells are typically drilled to extract samples of the ore or rock formation to determine its suitability for mining.

Overall, the term "well" in the industrial and industry context generally refers to a hole drilled into the ground for various purposes, including resource extraction, waste disposal, or environmental monitoring.

See also:
"Well" is in the UNSPSC Code "20110000"
  Well drilling and operation equipment

Ref: 122701/2006-09-22

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Drainage Well (A Drainage Well is a well drilled to carry excess ...)


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