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King, George E. 2013. Tight Oil Approaches and Technology Gaps - What Works, What Hasn't. [http://eo2.commpartners.com/users/spe/session.php?id=9944 http://eo2.commpartners.com/users/spe/session.php?id=9944]
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:44, 15 January 2018

Tight oil, also called shale oil or light tight oil (abbreviated as LTO), consists of light crude oil contained in a low-permeability, petroleum-bearing formation, most often shale or tight sandstone.

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