RP

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RPPhilippines
RPRating Pending (ESRB)
RPRole Play
RPRepublic Polytechnic (Singapore)
RPRecommended Practice
RPRupiah (Indonesian currency)
RPRendezvous Point (networking)
RPResearch Paper
RPRealplayer
RPResearch Program
RPReprint
RPRiot Points
RPRzeczpospolita Polska (Republic of Poland)
RPRepublic of the Philippines
RPRapid Prototyping
RPRole Player
RPRepair Parts
RPRelations Publiques (French: Public Relations)
RPResearch Planning (various organizations)
RPReverse Polarity
RPRetinitis Pigmentosa
RPReference Publication
RPRepeater
RPRelief Pitcher (baseball)
RPReceived Pronunciation (BBC English)
RPResponse Point
RPRobert Pattinson (actor)
RPReference Point
RPRheinische Post (German newspaper)
RPRhone-Poulenc (French chemical company)
RPRadiation Protection (various organizations)
RPRocky Point
RPReduced Pressure
RPRégion Parisienne (French region containing Paris)
RPResponsible Party
RPRecord Player
RPRoute Planning
RPRadical Prostatectomy
RPRetirement Plan
RPRental Property
RPRealm Point (Dark Age of Camelot online game)
RPRight Person
RPResponsible Person
RPReally Pretty
RPRegistered Paralegal
RPRemote Presence
RPRizal Park (Philippines)
RPRoute Processor
RPReinforced Plastic
RPRed Pig
RPRegistered Psychologist
RPReview Panel
RPRobert Palmer (singer)
RPReporting Person (law enforcement)
RPRelaciones Públicas (Spanish: public relations)
RPReprinting
RPRoot Port (Cisco)
RPRadiological Protection
RPReachability Problems (workshop)
RPRelease Point
RPRally Point
RPReform Party
RPRepurchase Agreement (aka REPO)
RPRefah Partisi (Welfare Party of Turkey)
RPRocket Power (Nickelodeon TV show)
RPRochelle Park (New Jersey)
RPRadio Port
RPRefractory Period
RPRocket Propellant
RPRoll Playing
RPResting Potential
RPRinderpest (contagious viral disease of cattle)
RPRegistered Plumber (certification)
RPProduct Moment Correlation
RPRadiation Physics
RPRadiation Poisoning
RPRoselle Park (New Jersey)
RPRegis Philbin
RPRespiratory Polygraphy (sleep apnoea)
RPRelative Potency
RPRespond Properly
RPRalston-Purina
RPReporting Party
RPReal Points
RPRobinson's Place (Philippines)
RPRadio Paging
RPRust Preventative
RPReference Preparation
RPReception Party
RPRegister Bank Pointer (computer programming)
RPRed Phosphorous
RPRadio Packet
RPRental Period
RPReservoir Pressure (oil industry)
RPReactor Power
RPRegistered Paraplanner (finance)
RPRating Point
RPRocket Projectile
RPReserve Police
RPReply Paid
RPReese's Pieces (candy)
RPRespirable Particulate(s)
RPRépublica Portuguesa (Portuguese Republic)
RPReporting Post
RPRandomized Polynomial (Complexity theory, randomized algorithms)
RPReading Period (Hwa Chong Institution Singapore)
RPRemedial Project
RPRewards Point
RPReverend Father (religious order, Poland)
RPRetrograde Pyelography (radiology)
RPRear-screen Projection
RPRemote Pickup
RPRestoration Priority
RPReconciliatio et Paenitentia
RPRetained Personnel
RPReconnaissance Permit
RPRegistered Practitioner
RPReport Pay
RPRailways Pictorial (magazine; est. 1951)
RPRetained Profit
RPRegistered Parliamentarian
RPReconnaissance Party
RPRaphe Pallidus
RPRegional Processor
RPRemaining Party
RPRecrutement Postsecondaire (French: post secondary recruitment)
RPReadiness Posture
RPRate Pending (Entertainment Software Rating Board game rating)
RPRepetitively Pulsed
RPRequisition Processing
RPRelapsing Progressive (multiple sclerosis)
RPRemington-Peters (ammunition headstamp)
RPRatio Procedure
RPRadon Progeny Integrated Sampling
RPReverendo Padre (Spanish: Reverend Father)
RPRaffles Programme (Singapore)
RPRen Pin
RPRelease Packet (type of control packet)
RPRadial Point
RPRaid Plotter (US Navy)
RPResource Processor
RPRegimental Policeman (British Army)
RPRed Pheonix (online gamming clan)
RPRautaportti.net (Finnish private torrent tracker)
RPRaw Pack
RPRemittance Processor
RPReverendus Pater (Reverend Father)
RPReverendus Pater (Latin: Reverend Father)
RPRepair Preparation
RPRight Traffic Pattern
RPReference Percentile
RPRectangular Planar
RPRevertive Pulsing
RPRenewable Process
RPRadar Video Processing module
RPReturn from Patrol (US Army in radio report)
RPRótulos Publicidad (Guatemala advertising agency)
RPReparable Processing
RP(USN Rating) Religious Program Specialist
RPRecurring Periodical
RPReplenishment Request
RPUS Revenue Private Die Canned Fruit (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
RPRegte Party (South Africa)
RPResisted Progression (PNF technique)
RPResources and Programs Office (NIMA)
RPRegionale Patrouillevaartuig (Dutch)
RPRestoration Preemption
RPRecreational Planning Program (Virginia)
RPRenting out Property
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In early testing, each well has seen production rates of about 1,000 barrels of oil per day, with reservoir pressure over 9,900 pounds per square inch.
The capacity of the external oil transportation system is 10.5 million tonnes per year, while the reservoir pressure maintenance system amounts to 21 million m3 of water per year.
Consistent gas production has now been re-established and the flare stack has been ignited with reservoir pressure at Jaws currently 425 psi.
The project also provided for the construction of a booster compressor station to maintain reservoir pressure at the fields, with further increase in production of up to 2 billion cubic meters of gas per year.
The initial reservoir pressure [P.sub.i] decreases to a specific value P with fluid constantly producing.
The evolution of effective stress, reservoir pressure, fracture permeability, and gas recovery is analyzed to determine the optimum time for refracturing.
Due to specific geological, geochemical, pressure, and temperature conditions of HC accumulation in traps and its preservation in deposits at great depths, excessive reservoir pressure is a crucial factor.
Compressors are used to maintain output as reservoir pressure at gas-producing fields drops over time.
The second stage involves the construction of a 20,000-ton platform and its installation at Phase 11 to prevent a decline in gas output level after falling reservoir pressure in 2023.
This excluded gas re-injected into the oilfields to raise reservoir pressure.
In most cases, a field will incorporate a planned distribution of gas-injection wells to maintain reservoir pressure and effect an efficient sweep of recoverable liquids.
To give you a background to the success story, the field, which came on-stream in 1987, had suffered a drop in production because of falling reservoir pressure. However, recovery was increased due to a pioneering water-flood project which took oil production from 2,800 barrels per day (bpd) in 2010 to 17,600 bpd in 2014.