plateau level

plateau level

[pla′tō ‚lev·əl]
(petroleum engineering)
The peak production level reached by an oil field.
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Oil production at the Filanovskoye field reached its designed plateau level of 120kbbl/d in October this year.
Production will increase through the remainder of this year to a plateau level of 130,000 barrels of oil per day.
Production from the project is expected to ramp up through the remainder of 2017 to a plateau level of 130,000 barrels of oil per day.
Declining rates are now at between 70,000 and 110,000 barrels per day compared to their plateau level.
Geometric mean titers (GUTs) of HPV antibodies persisted at a plateau level from 6 months after vaccination until the conclusion of this 4-year study, regardless of whether the female participants received one, two, or three doses of the vaccine.
WLGP's production in 2006 hit its plateau level of 1,150 MCF/day of gas and 100,000 b/d of liquid hydrocarbons.
6mn boe) of gas at plateau level at Gissar in 2014 with a further 8.
Total and its Kharyaga partners, Norway's Statoil, Russia's OAO Zarubezhneft and the local Nenets Oil, plan to keep output at that plateau level "for as long as possible," Nerguararian said.
ENI Gas, which operates Greenstream and a related production system called the Western Libya Gas Project (WLGP), in 2006 had hit its plateau level of 1,150 MCF/day of gas and 100,000 b/d of liquid hydrocarbons.
We are confident that the pipeline will reach plateau level earlier than expected.
6) Furthermore, not all patients reach a plateau level, so the procedure may result in overmasking in some cases, such as those involving mild conductive hearing losses.
Such nonlinear characteristics, usually referred to as Payne effect [25, 26], are generally found from very low levels of strain amplitude and typically consist in a decrease of the storage modulus by increasing strain amplitude till a plateau level is attained for sufficiently high strain levels.