barrels per day


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barrels per day

[′bar·əlz pər ′dā]
(chemical engineering)
A unit measuring the rate at which petroleum is produced at the refinery. Abbreviated BD; bpd.
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08mn barrels per day in 2008 while China's supply is expected to increase by 0.
9 million barrels per day, 1 percent higher than the September 1999 rate.
2 million barrels per day during December, the highest level for the month since 1977.
Initial capacity will be 55,000 barrels per day, which can be expanded to a capacity of 90,000 barrels per day.
4 million barrels per day in 2015, a substantial pick up from the low point of 6.
7 million barrels per day, 3 percent higher than the August 1999 rate.
8 million barrels per day in September, thus matching the steadily declining year-to-year average.
Production of natural gas liquids averaged 1,914 barrels per day for the first nine months of 1994 compared to 2,334 barrels per day in 1993.
portion of the expansion will add a total of 400,000 barrels per day of capacity at an estimated cost of US$1,040 million (in 2005 dollars).
1 million barrels per day the highest level for the month in 26 years.
7 million barrels per day in June(3) (Table H1 and Figure H1).
Among the non-OPEC nations, production during September i998 increased in Norway by 456 thousand barrels per day, the United Kingdom by 96 thousand barrels per day, and Canada by 17 thousand barrels per day.