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BMLBig Mouth Loud (professional wrestling promotion; Japan)
BMLBelfast & Moosehead Lake (railroad; Maine)
BMLBill Me Later
BMLBiblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (Italian library)
BMLBlue Marble Layer
BMLBuffer Management Logic
BMLBone Marrow Lesion
BMLBrisbane Markets Limited (Australia)
BMLBite My Lip
BMLBibliothèque Municipale de Lyon (French: Lyon Municipal Library; Lyon, France)
BMLBroadcast Markup Language
BMLBob Marley Legend
BMLBodega Marine Laboratory (UC Davis)
BMLBean Markup Language
BMLBrooks Memorial Library (Vermont)
BMLBusiness Management Layer
BMLBasic Machine Language
BMLBiomedical Library (University of South Alabama and University of California, San Diego)
BMLBank of Maldives (est. 1982)
BMLBetter Markup Language (server-side HTML preprocessor)
BMLBanque Misr Liban (French; Lebanese bank)
BMLBook Marketing Ltd. (UK)
BMLBéton Manufacturé de Lagny SA (French: Lagny Manufactured Concrete; Lagny-sur-Marne, France)
BMLBestuur Monumenten en Landschappen (Dutch: Office of Monuments and Sites; Belgium)
BMLBusiness Mortgage Loan
BMLBiham-Middleton-Levine (traffic model)
BMLBerlin Regional Airport (airport code; Berlin, NH)
BMLBoston Mutual Life (Insurance Company)
BMLBlue Man Library
BMLBless My Life
BMLBioMechanics Laboratory
BMLBelow the Mud Line (deep-sea studies)
BMLBlinkenlights Markup Language
BMLBytown Marine Ltd (Ottawa, ON, Canada)
BMLBadminton Maisons-Laffitte (French badminton club)
BMLBibliothèque Médicale Lemanissier (French: Lemanissier Medical Library; Le Mans, France)
BMLBéton Matériaux Lyonnais (French: Lyon Concrete Materials; Lyon, France)
BMLBidder's Mailing List
BMLBlizzard Markup Language
BMLBeau Meuble Liégeois (French: Liege Beautiful Furniture; Liege, Belgium)
BMLBouchemaine Multi-Loisirs (French recreational and cultural association)
BMLBelfast and Moosehead Lake Railroad Company
BMLBeaujolais Monts du Lyonnais (French: Beaujolais Hills of Lyon; vocational training)
BMLBlue Mountain Lodge (Banff, AB, Canada)
BMLBiologie Moléculaire des Ligneux (French: Molecular Biology of Woody Plants; conference)
BMLBrad Markup Language (precursor to TML and VXML used at Tellme Networks)
BMLBéton Mobile Lyon (French concrete manufacturer)
BMLBibliothèque Michel Lebrun (French: Michel Lebrun Library)
BMLBorgo Matériel Location (French equipment rental company)
BMLBouchaud Motoculture Loisirs (French gardening and landscaping equipment company)
BMLBase Master Listing
BMLBuckhiester Management Ltd (Seattle, WA)
BMLBaies et Menuiseries du Languedoc (French building materials company)
BMLBrigitte Marchand-Lapointe (French artist)
BMLBeardsley and Memorial Library (Winsted, CT)
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The reservoir depth is around 26,500 feet below sea level and 17,000 feet below the mud line. This first phase of development is expected to have annual peak production of 50,000 boe/d from more than 250 MMboe of recoverable resources.
The rig was skidded approximately 40' out into rig operating position, at which point a hammer was used to drive 30" conductor pipe to 326' MD, approximately 170' penetration below the mud line.
Lewis indicated that construction started by placing rock at the toe on the western bank of the river and building a two-foot foundation below the mud line and then building up the rock until it reached the water elevation.
This works out to a height of about 11 feet, with about three feet of base below the mud line. While construction of the three weirs required about 8,000 tons of rock, not all of this went into the river.
The 4,250-foot long, 1/2-inch thick pipe had entry and exit angles of 14 degrees; the average depth of pipe below the mud line was about 90 feet where the pipe would run horizontal for about 2,570 feet.