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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IEA also raised its forecast for world oil demand in 2018 by 100,000 barrels per day to 99.
The NISOC output increase will result in Iran's production level going up to fluctuate between 3,800,000 barrels per day and 3,900,000 barrels per day.
Azerbaijan's oil production is predicted to decline by 40,000 barrels per day to average 0.
Ministers however gave no indication of whether they would do anything to reduce the excess production, which runs about 1 million barrels per day over the level of supply Opec expects the world will need from it next year.
6 million barrels per day in October as increases from Iran and Kuwait offset a 220,000 barrels per day decline in Iraq.
Total jet fuel imports averaged 110 thousand barrels per day.
8 million barrels per day, slightly higher than the October 1999 rate.
251 million barrels per day, a new record for weekly data.
2 million barrels per day by end of the Sixth Development Plan is of high significance," added Kardor.
75 million barrels per day in Q1, according to the OPEC estimates.
The top chart shows that, since the US field production of crude oil fell to a level of 5 million barrels per day in 2008, production has trended upward reaching 6.