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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South Korea is a key importer of Iran's condensate and buys an average of 6 million barrels per month, or 200,000 barrels a day, of the crucial fuel from the Islamic Republic.
The annual quantities of drums to be supplied are estimated at 3 000 units, or globally 2 to 3 deliveries of 108 barrels per month.
With Indonesia's planned upgrades to existing refineries and development of new ones not expected to be completed until 2019 at the earliest, Pertamina hopes to process up to 1 million barrels per month of Iraqi crude offshore.
It was also recorded that the current consumption of petrol in Pakistan has reached 430,000 barrels per month, which one year ago was almost 330,000 barrels per month.
According to the company, this production is expected to total approximately 1,000 barrels per month when the first phase of the rework programme is completed.
All factories have been operating at full capacity--Polytama with a monthly production of 240,000 tons, TPPI 100,000 barrels per month and Petro Oxo, which has been relatively healthy from the beginning with a monthly production of 160,000 tons.
Kuwait also delivered 2m barrels of crude oil per month in that period, up from 1m barrels per month, delivered erratically, during fiscal 2012/13 which ended on June 30.
They concluded that inventories would have had to increase by 168 million barrels per month.
Libya will provide Tunisia 450,000 barrels per month from August 2013 until the end of the year, it appeared from minutes of the proceedings of the bilateral oil and gas cooperation commission signed Tuesday in Tripoli.
Imports of Iranian condensate were running about 4 million barrels per month in mid-2012, but by December had been cut back to 2 million barrels, the officials said.
The north Asian country has restarted Iranian oil imports of about six million barrels per month, or 200,000 barrels per day (bpd) of full contracted volumes, after a way was found to get around a European Union ban on insurance cover.
Its assets currently handle some 300,000 barrels per month of crude and condensate.