Barrels Of Water Per Day (BWPD)

Definition - What does Barrels Of Water Per Day (BWPD) mean?

Barrels Of Water Per Day is a unit of measure which can be defined as the amount of water produced each day from a producing well or from oil fields along with the crude oil and natural gas. It is abbreviated as BWPD. It is a measure of the volume of water being produced each day.

Petropedia explains Barrels Of Water Per Day (BWPD)

The term Barrels Of Water Per Day (BWPD) is generally associated with the volume of water which gets produced along with hydrocarbons from a producing well. At times Barrels Of Water Per Day is also associated with the rate of water injection per day through a water injection well to enhance the production output from a primary producing well.

As per standard industry practice,

1 Barrel of Water Per Day = 42 US Gallons of water, which is approximately equal to 0.16 cubic meter per day.
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