Barrels per Day


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Barrels per Day

The most common measure of how much oil a well, company, or country produces. Barrels per day is especially important because oil is priced by the barrel in the commodities market.
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3 million barrels per day the first time ever above 10.
24mn barrels per day largely due to a decline in production in Norway by 0.
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9 million barrels per day during December, the lowest average for the month since 1950.
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4 million barrels per day this year, on the back of surging Asian refinery demand.
6 million barrels per day last month, marking the highest March level in three years.
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