9 million barrels of oil, making it the largest accidental oil spill of all time.
What does MMBBL stand for?
MMBBL stands for Million Barrels (oil reserves)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
50 million barrels oil to South Korea in the last month making the country fourth greatest oil provider to the Asian state.
22 million barrels in January and February 2009, against 36,108.
3 million barrels per day, and Russia is projected to almost double in that timeframe to 16 million barrels, 2 million barrels more than Mexico, Canada and Venezuela's projected output combined, according to the U.
Opec officials said the 11-member cartel is considering plans to raise production by between 1 million and 2 million barrels a day to ease the pressure on oil prices which have hit two-year highs in recent days.
The Saudis have the most oil and they are touting a bullish view, arguing world demand will rise by 2 million barrels a day next year and that OPEC should provide half of that.
NYSE: OXY) today announced worldwide oil reserve additions of 188 million barrels for 1993, replacing 238 percent of its oil production of approximately 79 million barrels.
20, five oil supertankers berthed at the Kuwaiti port of Mina al Ahmadi began discharging an estimated 3 million barrels of crude oil into the Persian Gulf.