Achieving the maximum primary production from an oil field (called a maximum efficient rate or "MER") requires a limited rate or production and careful well location.
What does MER stand for?
MER stands for Maximum Efficient Rate
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- Market Exchange Rate
- Marketing and External Relations (various locations)
- Marketing Education Review (journal)
- Marketing Expense Ratio (finance)
- Marriage Enrichment Requirement (Marine Corps chaplains)
- Mars Exploration Rover (NASA)
- Materials and Electrochemical Research (Tucson, Arizona)
- Materials Examination Report
- Mathematics and Education Reform
- Maximum Effective Range
- Maximum Error Rate
- McDaniel Executive Recruiters
- Mechanical Equipment Room
- Media Efficiency Ratio (advertising)
- Medicaid Estate Recovery (est. 1995)
- Medical Education and Research (exam)
- Medical Education Resources (Littleton, Colorado)
- Medical Evidence of Record (US SSA)
- Medical Examiner's Report (insurance)
- Medical Expense Reimbursement
Samples in periodicals archive:
The well was put into production yesterday at a startup rate of 200 Thousand Cubic Feet (Mcf) per day and will be increased slowly to its maximum efficient rate.
In addition to the infrastructure installations, a multiple rig work-over program will be implemented to insure that all wells are producing at their maximum efficient rates, according to Mr.