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Abstract

An underground blowout occurs when formation fluids flow from one subsurface zone to another in an<br>uncontrolled manner. The results range from being indiscernible to catastrophic. An underground<br>blowout can result in minor transfers of fluids that may never be identified or in flow which reaches the<br>sea floor or ground surface.

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2009-12-07
2021-01-19
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