MSCFD


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MSCFD

(chemical engineering)
Abbreviation for thousand standard cubic feet per day; usually refers to gas flow.
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Other contracts include one between Pertamina EP as the producer and Medco EP Indonesia, Gas for 1,39 Btu, which will be used by Medco to help pump out more oil from its Ibul field in South Sumatra Extension (SSE) block, Contract is valued at US$3,7 per million Btu (1,000 MSCFD).
"GPIC was named the GCC's best-performing industrial organisation; Bapco achieved a record of 1.4 million man-hours without a lost time accident and Banagas is embarking on an expansion project to increase its capacity by 350 mscfd," he said.
The capacity of the gas facility will be 500 mscfd. This project is the first among those planned by Tatweer to add gas capacity to meet rising domestic demand," he added.
The largest project which we commissioned in 2013 was Compressor Station 9, providing additional compression capacity of 60 million standard cubic feet per day (mscfd) at a total cost of $43 million.
We continue to work closely with Tatweer Petroleum to ensure an interrupted supply of associated gas which currently averages 300 mscfd. A well-established technical committee between both companies manages field operations and works together to avoid unplanned interruptions and synchronise maintenance work to avoid flaring or venting of gas.
UAE-based Dana Gas, a leading regional sector natural gas company, has achieved gas production level in Egypt of 200 million standard cubic feet per day (mscfd), the highest level for the company in the country in two years.
The temporary facilities at present can handle 500 mscfd. He says the company also expects to raise the number of its employees to 7,500 from 5,800 at present.
Without Banagas an average volume of 300 mscfd of gas would have to be flared/vented in the Bahrain field.
Without Banagas an average volume of 300 million standard cubic feet per day (mscfd) of gas will have to be flared/vented at the field of Bahrain.
It is estimated that some 700 million standard cubic feet per day (mscfd) of natural gas is currently being flared in southern Iraq.