BMSL

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AcronymDefinition
BMSLBelow Mean Sea Level (measurement)
BMSLBattelle Marine Sciences Laboratory
BMSLBrampton Madoc Softball League (Ontario, Canada)
BMSLBuried Microstrip Line
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This well was drilled with the semi-submersible drilling rig Leiv Eiriksson to a total depth of 1,275 metres below mean sea level and in a water depth of 450 metres.
5 meters below mean sea level, corresponding to five meters below mean high tide and nine meters below the highest storm tide recorded in that area.
The well drilled to a total depth of 2,638 metres below mean sea level in water depth of 95 metres.
8 billion in Louisiana will likely be below mean sea level, and by 2050, the value of that property increases to between $33.
The planned total depth is 3,050 metres below mean sea level and the well will be drilled using the drilling rig, Bredford Dolphin.
The Dead Sea won't be losing its title of lowest place on land anytime soon; its seafloor bottom is still around 730 meters below mean sea level, compared with 240 meters for the next lowest, the Sea of Galilee.
Much of the land of ice-covered Europe and North America was actually below mean sea level when the ice retreated, which is the case today with much of the land surfaces of Greenland's and Antarctica under ice caps.
This fourth well in the 2016/2017 drilling campaign on the Loppa High was drilled to a total depth of 2,502 metres below mean sea level and in a water depth of 344 metres.
The hydraulic stimulation of these five wells, specifically targeting the productive Nukhul geological formation, being the main producing reservoir, at approximately 1000 feet below mean sea level.
The planned depth is around 2,700 metres below mean sea level, and the well will be drilled using the semi-submersible drilling rig ENSCO 5003.
Maligan will be drilled with the West Prospero jack-up rig to an entire depth of around 1,700 metres below mean sea level.