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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. barrels per day

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Examples

  • However, according to figures from China's Customs Office, the Asian country is receiving about 130,000 bpd, that is 4 percent of China's total oil imports.

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  • The pipeline tie-in of the well into the central facilities was completed in January and current well production is averaging approximately 500 bpd, which is in line with expectations.

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  • Big Spring refinery, we successfully completed the acquisition of the Krotz Springs, Louisiana refinery on July 3, 2008, increasing our crude oil refining capacity by 50\% to approximately 250,000 barrels per day ( "bpd").

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  • Holly operates through its subsidiaries a 100,000 barrels per day ( "bpd") refinery located in Artesia, New Mexico, an 85,000 bpd refinery in Tulsa, Oklahoma and a 31,000 bpd refinery in Woods Cross, Utah.

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  • Along the U.S. Gulf Coast's refinery row, 14 refineries, with the capacity to run 3.8 mln bpd which is 22 pct of total U.S. capacity, are now shut ahead of Hurricane Ike which is due to make landfall on the Texas Coast by Saturday.

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  • "While performing the work at the Big Spring refinery, we successfully completed the acquisition of the Krotz Springs, Louisiana refinery on July 3, 2008, increasing our crude oil refining capacity by 50\% to approximately 250,000 barrels per day (" bpd ").

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  • In addition to being safer, Angola's new deepwater projects could increase Total's take from 200,000 bpd today to a possible 300,000 bpd in five years.

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  • Total has recently spent $5 billion, including $1 billion for UTS Energy last year, to acquire undeveloped oil sands projects in Canada and Madagascar--even though bringing production up to a potential 250,000 bpd would take a decade and $20 billion.

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  • The company's own oil and gas production peaked back in 2004 at 2.75 million bpd, and sank to a nine-year low in 2009 before settling around 2.5 million bpd today.

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  • In a few years, he argues, supplies will top out at 95 million barrels per day up from a record 88 million bpd now and no amount of investment or ingenuity will be sufficient to push the total higher.

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