BPH

(redirected from Barrels Per Hour)
AcronymDefinition
BPHBenign Prostatic Hyperplasia
BPHBenign Prostatic Hypertrophy
BPHBeats Per Hour (watch movement terminology)
BPHBangkok Pattaya Hospital (Thailand)
BPHBank Przemyslowo Handlowy (Polish bank)
BPHBibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica (library; Amsterdam; Netherlands)
BPHBrown Planthopper
BPHBonnes Pratiques d'Hygiène (French: Good Hygienic Practices)
BPHBoard of Parole Hearings (Canada; also seen as BOPH)
BPHBureau of Public Health
BPHBarrels Per Hour
BPHBig Publishing House
BPHBachelor of Public Health
BPHBachelier en Philosophie (Bachelor of Philosophy)
BPHBachelor of Philosophy
BPHBoiler or Process Heater
BPHBirds Per Hour
BPHBreakaway Piston Head (drilling industry)
BPHBigPond Home (Telstra)
BPHBenzaldehyde Phenylhydrazone (chemistry)
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The non-profit cooperative has assets that include 75,000 feet of containment boom, and skimming equipment capable of removing up to 15,000 barrels per hour.
A new Krones 150-bpm bottling line has been installed, as well as a keg line that can clean and fill 60 half barrels per hour.
The new facility will have an aggregate loading rate of about 10,000 barrels per hour, or up to 240,000 barrels per day.
The company said it executed long-term contracts designed for an aggregate loading rate of about 10,000 barrels per hour, or up to 240,000 barrels per day (MBPD) to support the development of the facility, which will start operations in the third quarter of 2016.
The blaze started in the meter run area, where the company measures how much product has moved through the facility, which loads NGLs and crude oil onto barges at rates of up to 5,000 barrels per hour.
The FSO will be capable of accommodating peak production throughput of 20,000 barrels per day of Bualuang crude oil, while discharging at the rate of 20,000 barrels per hour simultaneously to a tanker from a stern-mounted offloading hose.
The company added that phase two at BOSTCO is underway and pursuant to it an additional six, 150,000-barrel, ultra low sulfur diesel tanks, additional pipeline connectivity and high-speed loading at a rate of 25,000 barrels per hour, will be constructed.
The first test was at a flow rate of 113 barrels per hours during a pipeline flow rate of approximately 755 barrels per hour.
4 million barrels per month, which is equivalent to 8 very large gas carriers, with a ship loading rate of 36,000 barrels per hour.