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Is 48mg/L oil and grease in water sample from seep good 
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Post Is 48mg/L oil and grease in water sample from seep good
Hi, I am new to petroleum chemistry and would appreciate if someone can shed some lights. A water sample collected from a natural seep tested 48mg/L for grease and oil. In terms of petroluem exploration, is it significant for further work and prospecting?

Thu Sep 11, 2014 3:38 pm
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