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Statigraphic well calculations anticipated/needed in order to permeate the shaft
Este pozo es el segundo pozo estratigráfico perforado en el bloque CPE-6, y es el segundo de los seis pozos estratigráficos a ser perforados en el bloque durante el 2010 [...] pacificrubiales.compacificrubiales.com This well is the second stratigraphic well drilled in the CPE-6 Block and is the second of six wells to be drilled in the block during 2010, pursuant to the Company's minimum exploration commitment ( Linguee)
The prognosis is the outlook in terms of calculations required to complete the exercise in question.And here it's the technical calculations needed of the plan to be carried out in order to achieve this.
No, permeate is not used with Drills, I am sorry. Neither in the UK nor in the US. The use of Latin-based verbs in technical writing is exactly the same and has remained unchanged since at least the 19th century....
When you make a borehole you create a shaft, and you can permeate substratas other than with liquids.But at least we agree on the essential meaning, if not the terminology;(that must have only been a short walk you went for, by the way!)