barrels per month

barrels per month

[′bar·əlz pər ′mənth]
(chemical engineering)
A unit measuring the rate at which petroleum is produced at the refinery. Abbreviated BM; bpm.
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The $ 392 million project has operated and delivered quality fuel in Indonesia equivalent to EURO 4 with a total capacity increase of 1.6 million barrels per month.
When completed, the projects will give EHT nameplate capacity to load up to almost 1.1 million BPD of LPG, or approximately 33 million barrels per month.
"The Assad regime (in Syria) today faces a fuel shortage crisis because we cut the one to three million barrels per month that were once supplied by Iran," said Mr Hook.
And he said that the Assad regime today faced a fuel shortage crisis because the US had cut off the 1 -- 3 million barrels per month that Iran had previously supplied.
Saudi Arabia may soak up some of Iran's previous market share on the Indian market as Saudi Aramco is set to ship additional 2 million barrels per month to Indian Oil Corp between July and December this year on top of the existing term supply deal between the two companies, reported OilPrice.com.
What volume / quantity in terms of barrels per month is agreed and how many cargos?
India's oil imports from Saudi Arabia have been to the tune of 25 million barrels per month in recent past.
India imports an average of 25 million barrels per month from Saudi Arabia.
Enterprise Products Partners LP (NYSE:EPD) declared on Monday that construction is underway to increase the loading capacity of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) at the Enterprise Hydrocarbon Terminal (EHT) by 175,000 barrels per day, or about five million barrels per month.
There were 257 million barrels of wastewater disposed of from January through May, an average of about 51.4 million barrels per month.
Aramco would supply 500,000 to 1m barrels per month, according to the statement.