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.
References in classic literature ?
The quantity was gradually and regularly increased, according to the needs and capacities of the patient, until by and by you would find him disposing of his one grape per second all the day long, and his regular barrel per day.
oil output to decline by two million barrels per day between 1989 and 2011, and then only twenty-four months to completely reverse that decline with a two million barrel per day increase in oil output since the summer of 2011.
6 million barrel per day in the year 2009 from its previous forecast of 1.