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Problems associated with the drilling of the high- and low-pressure zones in the eastern Slovakian flysch


, : Problems associated with the drilling of the high- and low-pressure zones in the eastern Slovakian flysch. Zemny Plyn a Nafta 28(4): 551-555


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