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6<h3>Reporting Product</h3>
7<table border="1">
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9<td><b>Product name</b></td><td><b>Product description</b></td>
10</tr>
11<tr>
12<td>aqueous</td><td>An undifferentiated liquid fluid phase in which the dominant continuous material is liquid water. This phase is often called the "water phase".</td>
13</tr>
14<tr>
15<td>C10</td><td>xxxxxx</td>
16</tr>
17<tr>
18<td>C10-</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all lighter components.</td>
19</tr>
20<tr>
21<td>C10+</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all heavier components.</td>
22</tr>
23<tr>
24<td>C2-</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all lighter components.</td>
25</tr>
26<tr>
27<td>C2+</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all heavier components.</td>
28</tr>
29<tr>
30<td>C3-</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all lighter components.</td>
31</tr>
32<tr>
33<td>C3+</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all heavier components.</td>
34</tr>
35<tr>
36<td>C4-</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all lighter components.</td>
37</tr>
38<tr>
39<td>C4+</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all heavier components.</td>
40</tr>
41<tr>
42<td>C5-</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all lighter components.</td>
43</tr>
44<tr>
45<td>C5+</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all heavier components.</td>
46</tr>
47<tr>
48<td>C6-</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all lighter components.</td>
49</tr>
50<tr>
51<td>C6+</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all heavier components.</td>
52</tr>
53<tr>
54<td>C7</td><td>xxxxxx</td>
55</tr>
56<tr>
57<td>C7-</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all lighter components.</td>
58</tr>
59<tr>
60<td>C7+</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all heavier components.</td>
61</tr>
62<tr>
63<td>C8</td><td>xxxxxx</td>
64</tr>
65<tr>
66<td>C8-</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all lighter components.</td>
67</tr>
68<tr>
69<td>C8+</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all heavier components.</td>
70</tr>
71<tr>
72<td>C9</td><td>xxxxxx</td>
73</tr>
74<tr>
75<td>C9-</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all lighter components.</td>
76</tr>
77<tr>
78<td>C9+</td><td>A product composed of the component with the specified number of carbon atoms plus all heavier components.</td>
79</tr>
80<tr>
81<td>carbon dioxide gas</td><td>Carbon dioxide in a gaseous state.</td>
82</tr>
83<tr>
84<td>carbon monoxide gas</td><td>Carbon monoxode in a gaseous state.</td>
85</tr>
86<tr>
87<td>chemical</td><td>A chemical of some type.</td>
88</tr>
89<tr>
90<td>condensate</td><td>Mixture of light and heavier hydrocarbons in a liguid state.</td>
91</tr>
92<tr>
93<td>condensate - gross</td><td>Light hydrocarbon fractions produced with natural gas, which condense into liquid at normal temperatures and pressures associated with surface production equipment.</td>
94</tr>
95<tr>
96<td>condensate - net</td><td>Hydrocatbon condensate containing only the heavier carbon fractions C5 to C10+.</td>
97</tr>
98<tr>
99<td>crude - stabilized</td><td>A crude oil that has been stabilized by separating out dissolved gas.</td>
100</tr>
101<tr>
102<td>cuttings</td><td>Drill cuttings.</td>
103</tr>
104<tr>
105<td>diesel</td><td>Diesel fuel.</td>
106</tr>
107<tr>
108<td>diethyleneglycol</td><td>XXXXXX</td>
109</tr>
110<tr>
111<td>dioxygen</td><td>XXXXXX</td>
112</tr>
113<tr>
114<td>electric power</td><td>Electrical power.</td>
115</tr>
116<tr>
117<td>ethane</td><td>A compound where the main component is ethane.</td>
118</tr>
119<tr>
120<td>gas</td><td>Gas mixture of hydrocarbons.</td>
121</tr>
122<tr>
123<td>gas - component in oil</td><td>Gas as a component in oil.</td>
124</tr>
125<tr>
126<td>gas - dry</td><td>A natural gas that occurs in the absence of condensate or liquid hydrocarbons, or gas that has had condensable hydrocarbons removed, mainly consisting of methane gas.</td>
127</tr>
128<tr>
129<td>gas - rich</td><td>Gas mixture of light and heavier hydrocarbons than a lean gas.</td>
130</tr>
131<tr>
132<td>gas - wet</td><td>A natural gas that contains less methane (typically less than 85% methane) and more ethane and other more complex hydrocarbons like propane, butane and naphtha.</td>
133</tr>
134<tr>
135<td>helium gas</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
136</tr>
137<tr>
138<td>heptane</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
139</tr>
140<tr>
141<td>hydrogen gas</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
142</tr>
143<tr>
144<td>hydrogen sulfide</td><td>XXXXXX</td>
145</tr>
146<tr>
147<td>isobutane</td><td>A compound where the main component is isobutane.</td>
148</tr>
149<tr>
150<td>isopentane</td><td>A compound where the main component is isopentane.</td>
151</tr>
152<tr>
153<td>liquid</td><td>An undifferentiated fluid phase that is distinctly liquid. This includes water.</td>
154</tr>
155<tr>
156<td>liquified natural gas</td><td>A liquid compound that is natural gas compressed and supercooled to -167 deg C (-269 deg F) into a liquid to reduce its volume to 1/635th for storage and transportation. Liquefied natural gas has a calorific value of 22,300 Btu/lb. It consists of about 9 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
157</tr>
158<tr>
159<td>liquified petroleum gas</td><td>A liquid compound that is predominantly butane and propane separated from natural gasoline or natural gas and sold as fuel - commonly known as bottled gas, tank gas or LP-gas.</td>
160</tr>
161<tr>
162<td>methane</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
163</tr>
164<tr>
165<td>methanol</td><td>XXXXXX</td>
166</tr>
167<tr>
168<td>mixed butane</td><td>A compound where the main components are butane and isobutane.</td>
169</tr>
170<tr>
171<td>monoethylenglycol</td><td>XXXXXX</td>
172</tr>
173<tr>
174<td>naphta</td><td>An aggregate that is a volatile and inflammable product of crude oil refining with a boiling range 140 - 210 deg. Celsius consisting of C5+ to C10 components (pentanes and hexanes).</td>
175</tr>
176<tr>
177<td>natural gas liquid</td><td>Mixture of ethane, propane and butane with small quantities of heaver hydrocarbons. Partially liquid at atmospheric pressure.</td>
178</tr>
179<tr>
180<td>neopentane</td><td>XXXX.</td>
181</tr>
182<tr>
183<td>nitrogen gas</td><td>XXXXXX</td>
184</tr>
185<tr>
186<td>nitrogen oxide gas</td><td>Nitrogen oxides in a gaseous state</td>
187</tr>
188<tr>
189<td>normal butane</td><td>A compound where the main component is butane.</td>
190</tr>
191<tr>
192<td>normal pentane</td><td>A compound where the main component is pentane.</td>
193</tr>
194<tr>
195<td>oil</td><td>Crude oil including water. A mixture of hydrocargons, that existed in liquid phase in underground reservoirs and remains liquid at atmospheric pressure after passing through separating facilities.</td>
196</tr>
197<tr>
198<td>oil and gas</td><td>A combination of oil (including water) and gas. This is generally used when refering to 'all production'.</td>
199</tr>
200<tr>
201<td>oil - gross</td><td>A crude oil that that includes all petroleum liquids and sediments and water, excluding free water.</td>
202</tr>
203<tr>
204<td>oil - net</td><td>Oil with water removed.</td>
205</tr>
206<tr>
207<td>oleic</td><td>An undifferentiated liquid fluid phase in which the dominant continuous materials are liquid hydrocarbons. This phase is often called the "oil phase".</td>
208</tr>
209<tr>
210<td>petroleum gas liquid</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
211</tr>
212<tr>
213<td>propane</td><td>A compound where the main component is propane.</td>
214</tr>
215<tr>
216<td>salt</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
217</tr>
218<tr>
219<td>triethyleneglycol</td><td>XXXXXX</td>
220</tr>
221<tr>
222<td>unknown</td><td>The value is not known. This value should not be used in normal situations. All reasonable attempts should be made to determine the appropriate value. Use of this value may result in rejection in some situations.</td>
223</tr>
224<tr>
225<td>vapor</td><td>An undifferentiated fluid phase that is distinctly gaseous. This phase is often called the "gas phase".</td>
226</tr>
227<tr>
228<td>water</td><td>Water in a liquid state.</td>
229</tr>
230<tr>
231<td>water - discharge</td><td>Produced water that has not been processed.</td>
232</tr>
233<tr>
234<td>water - processed</td><td>Produced water that has been processed to remove hydrocarbons.</td>
235</tr>
236</table>
237<h3>Reporting Facility</h3>
238<table border="1">
239<tr>
240<td><b>Facility name</b></td><td><b>Facility description</b></td>
241</tr>
242<tr>
243<td>block valve</td><td>A single block valve.</td>
244</tr>
245<tr>
246<td>bottomhole</td><td>A single bottomhole.</td>
247</tr>
248<tr>
249<td>choke</td><td>A single choke.</td>
250</tr>
251<tr>
252<td>cluster</td><td>A single cluster.</td>
253</tr>
254<tr>
255<td>commercial entity</td><td>A commercial entity is an organisational construct through which the a group of organisations or facilities are grouped as if it were a single composite.</td>
256</tr>
257<tr>
258<td>company</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
259</tr>
260<tr>
261<td>completion</td><td>A single completion.</td>
262</tr>
263<tr>
264<td>compressor</td><td>A single compressor.</td>
265</tr>
266<tr>
267<td>controller</td><td>A single lift gas controller.</td>
268</tr>
269<tr>
270<td>controller -- lift</td><td>DEPRECATED: use "controller" instead.</td>
271</tr>
272<tr>
273<td>country</td><td>A single country.</td>
274</tr>
275<tr>
276<td>county</td><td>A single county.</td>
277</tr>
278<tr>
279<td>field</td><td>A single field.</td>
280</tr>
281<tr>
282<td>field - area</td><td>A ground that is an area above an oilfield.</td>
283</tr>
284<tr>
285<td>field - group</td><td>An area concept that is a grouping of two or more selcted petroleum fields for commercial reasons or other purposes.</td>
286</tr>
287<tr>
288<td>field - part</td><td>An area concept that is an area that forms part of a petroleum field.</td>
289</tr>
290<tr>
291<td>flowline</td><td>A single flowline.</td>
292</tr>
293<tr>
294<td>flow meter</td><td>A single flow meter.</td>
295</tr>
296<tr>
297<td>formation</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
298</tr>
299<tr>
300<td>installation</td><td>A physical object that is an appliance involved in the extraction, production, transportation or storage of oil or gas.</td>
301</tr>
302<tr>
303<td>lease</td><td>A single lease.</td>
304</tr>
305<tr>
306<td>licence</td><td>A regulatory agreement that gives the licensees excluding rights to investigate, explore and recover petroleum deposits within the geographical area and timeperiode stated in the agreement.</td>
307</tr>
308<tr>
309<td>manifold</td><td>A single manifold.</td>
310</tr>
311<tr>
312<td>pipeline</td><td>A fluid conductor that consists of pipe, possibly also including pumps, valves, and control devices, intended for conveying liquids, gases, or finely divided solids.</td>
313</tr>
314<tr>
315<td>plant</td><td>XXXXX</td>
316</tr>
317<tr>
318<td>plant - processing</td><td>XXXXX</td>
319</tr>
320<tr>
321<td>platform</td><td>A single platform.</td>
322</tr>
323<tr>
324<td>pressure meter</td><td>A single pressure meter. Note that this represents the device and not the sensor itself.</td>
325</tr>
326<tr>
327<td>processing facility</td><td>A single production processing facility.</td>
328</tr>
329<tr>
330<td>regulating valve</td><td>A single regulating valve.</td>
331</tr>
332<tr>
333<td>reservoir</td><td>A single reservoir.</td>
334</tr>
335<tr>
336<td>separator</td><td>A single separator.</td>
337</tr>
338<tr>
339<td>sleeve valve</td><td>A single sleeve valve. This is a type of tubing valve which has a sliding sleeve to cover holes in the tubing. You cover all of the holes in order to close the valve. For configurations oriented toward production, the inlet is on the casing side and the outlet is on the tubing side. For injection, the reverse would be true.</td>
340</tr>
341<tr>
342<td>state</td><td>A single state or province.</td>
343</tr>
344<tr>
345<td>storage</td><td>A system for the storage of gaseous, liquid and solid products.</td>
346</tr>
347<tr>
348<td>tank</td><td>A single tank.</td>
349</tr>
350<tr>
351<td>temperature meter</td><td>A single temperature meter. Note that this represents the device and not the sensor itself.</td>
352</tr>
353<tr>
354<td>template</td><td>A single template.</td>
355</tr>
356<tr>
357<td>terminal</td><td>A physical object that is an industrial facility for the storage of oil and/or petrochemical products and from which these products are usually transported to end users or further storage facilities.</td>
358</tr>
359<tr>
360<td>trunkline</td><td>A single trunkline.</td>
361</tr>
362<tr>
363<td>tubing head</td><td>A single tubing head within a wellhead.</td>
364</tr>
365<tr>
366<td>unknown</td><td>The value is not known. This value should not be used in normal situations. All reasonable attempts should be made to determine the appropriate value. Use of this value may result in rejection in some situations.</td>
367</tr>
368<tr>
369<td>well</td><td>A single well, possibly with many wellbores (sidetracks).</td>
370</tr>
371<tr>
372<td>wellbore</td><td>A single wellbore (sidetrack) within a well.</td>
373</tr>
374<tr>
375<td>well group</td><td>A single named group of wells.</td>
376</tr>
377<tr>
378<td>wellhead</td><td>A single wellhead for one well. See also "tubing head".</td>
379</tr>
380<tr>
381<td>zone</td><td>A single zone.</td>
382</tr>
383</table>
384<h3>Reporting Flow Type</h3>
385<table border="1">
386<tr>
387<td><b>Flow  name</b></td><td><b>Flow  description</b></td>
388</tr>
389<tr>
390<td>consume</td><td>Consumed (all methods) by the facility.</td>
391</tr>
392<tr>
393<td>consume - black start</td><td>Consummed to restart power facilities as a result of an overall power outage.</td>
394</tr>
395<tr>
396<td>consume - compressor</td><td>Consummed by compressors.</td>
397</tr>
398<tr>
399<td>consume - emitted</td><td>Released into the atmosphere as a by-product of consumption.</td>
400</tr>
401<tr>
402<td>consume - flare</td><td>Burned in a flare. A fluid stream that has one or more flares as the ultimate target.</td>
403</tr>
404<tr>
405<td>consume - fuel</td><td>Consumed by processing equipment.</td>
406</tr>
407<tr>
408<td>consume - HP flare</td><td>Burned in a high pressure flare.</td>
409</tr>
410<tr>
411<td>consume - LP flare</td><td>Burned in a low pressure flare.</td>
412</tr>
413<tr>
414<td>consume - non compressor</td><td>Consumed by devices other than compressors.</td>
415</tr>
416<tr>
417<td>consume - venting</td><td>Released into the atmosphere.</td>
418</tr>
419<tr>
420<td>disposal</td><td>A fluid stream that contains waste fluids for disposal.</td>
421</tr>
422<tr>
423<td>export</td><td>Leaving the installation for commercialized purposes.</td>
424</tr>
425<tr>
426<td>export - nominated</td><td>Planned to leave the installation for commercialized purposes.</td>
427</tr>
428<tr>
429<td>export - requested</td><td>Requested to leave the installation for commercialized purposes.</td>
430</tr>
431<tr>
432<td>export - shortfall</td><td>Difference between what was requested and what was delivered.</td>
433</tr>
434<tr>
435<td>gas lift</td><td>Injected into a producing well to reduce the hydrostataic pressure of the fluid column. The resulting reduction in bottom hole pressure allows the reservoir liquids to flow.</td>
436</tr>
437<tr>
438<td>hydrocarbon accounting</td><td>An accounting of all of the fluids into and out of Stock (i.e., Inventory) which includes all storage facilities at a site including fluid within a pipeline.</td>
439</tr>
440<tr>
441<td>import</td><td>Entering the facility for commercialized purposes.</td>
442</tr>
443<tr>
444<td>injection</td><td>Inject into a well.</td>
445</tr>
446<tr>
447<td>inventory</td><td>Stock at a facility. For a period that represents an event, the amount would represent the current amount of inventory. For other periods, the amount would represent the addition (positive value) or drawdown (negative value) over that period. For an individual storage facility (e.g., a tank), the amounts would represent that tank. For an overall facility, the amounts would represent all tanks.</td>
448</tr>
449<tr>
450<td>overboard</td><td>Dropped overboard into the sea.</td>
451</tr>
452<tr>
453<td>production</td><td>Exploited from a reservoir. This is independent of any disposition.</td>
454</tr>
455<tr>
456<td>sale</td><td>A fluid stream that is sold and transported to a buyer by pipeline.</td>
457</tr>
458<tr>
459<td>storage</td><td>A fluid stream that is directed to one or more storage locations.</td>
460</tr>
461<tr>
462<td>unknown</td><td>The value is not known. This value should not be used in normal situations. All reasonable attempts should be made to determine the appropriate value. Use of this value may result in rejection in some situations.</td>
463</tr>
464</table>
465<h3>Reporting Flow Qualififer</h3>
466<table border="1">
467<tr>
468<td><b>Flow qualifier name</b></td><td><b>Flow qualifier description</b></td>
469</tr>
470<tr>
471<td>allocated</td><td>Indicates product characteristics that were allocated back to a well as opposed to being measured at the well.</td>
472</tr>
473<tr>
474<td>budget</td><td>A performance requirement as determined by a budget.</td>
475</tr>
476<tr>
477<td>constraint</td><td>Indicates product characteristics that were determined by an allowable or other performance limit. This includes allowables which are usually established by a regulatory agency for a product.</td>
478</tr>
479<tr>
480<td>derived</td><td>Indicates product volumes that were derived directly from one or more other flows.</td>
481</tr>
482<tr>
483<td>difference</td><td>A value that is the difference between e.g. a target value and a metered value.</td>
484</tr>
485<tr>
486<td>estimate</td><td>An estimated or calculated performance, possibly based on comparable product flow units, but not based on reservoir simulations for the particular product flow unit.</td>
487</tr>
488<tr>
489<td>forecast</td><td>A forecast future value.</td>
490</tr>
491<tr>
492<td>mass adjusted</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
493</tr>
494<tr>
495<td>measured</td><td>Indicates product volumes that were actually measured at the port.</td>
496</tr>
497<tr>
498<td>metered - fiscal</td><td>A value that is generated by measurement and calculation and has an impact on company revenue and government taxation.</td>
499</tr>
500<tr>
501<td>nominated</td><td>Normally a 1 day forcast promise to a buyer.</td>
502</tr>
503<tr>
504<td>potential</td><td>The estimated maximum which is possible.</td>
505</tr>
506<tr>
507<td>processed</td><td>A measured value that has been processed. This is different from derived because it is fundamentally a variation of the original value.</td>
508</tr>
509<tr>
510<td>quota</td><td>An amount, set by some authority, which may or may not be based on technical criteria.</td>
511</tr>
512<tr>
513<td>recommended</td><td>A value which is believed to be very desirable if it can be achieved. This a recommendation that something be changed in order to achieve this value.</td>
514</tr>
515<tr>
516<td>simulated</td><td>An estimated performance based on a simulation that includes the particular product flow unit.</td>
517</tr>
518<tr>
519<td>target</td><td>The desired value. What you are aiming for.</td>
520</tr>
521<tr>
522<td>tariff basis</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
523</tr>
524<tr>
525<td>unknown</td><td>The value is not known. This value should not be used in normal situations. All reasonable attempts should be made to determine the appropriate value. Use of this value may result in rejection in some situations.</td>
526</tr>
527<tr>
528<td>value adjusted</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
529</tr>
530</table>
531<h3>Reporting Period Type</h3>
532<table border="1">
533<tr>
534<td><b>Period name</b></td><td><b>Peiord description</b></td>
535</tr>
536<tr>
537<td>06:00</td><td>A point in time coinciding with 6 am during the report period. This can be ambiguous if the report begins and ends at 6 am - use report start/end instead. This cannot be used for a reporting period that is greater than 24 hours.</td>
538</tr>
539<tr>
540<td>daily month to date</td><td>The average per day over the period from the beginning of the month to the end of the report period</td>
541</tr>
542<tr>
543<td>daily year to date</td><td>The average per day over the period from the beginning of the year to the end of the report period</td>
544</tr>
545<tr>
546<td>day</td><td>A period of one day. If the report does not represent one day then this represents the 24 hour period ending at the end of the report period.</td>
547</tr>
548<tr>
549<td>gas day</td><td>A period in time that is all space of time within a day (24 hour period) starting at 06:00 AM and ending 06:00 AM next day.</td>
550</tr>
551<tr>
552<td>gas month</td><td>A period in time that is all space of time within a whole given month starting at 06:00 AM the first day and ending at 06:00 AM the first day of next month.</td>
553</tr>
554<tr>
555<td>gas year</td><td>A period in time that is all time within a period starting at 06:00 AM October 1st and ending at same date and time the following year.</td>
556</tr>
557<tr>
558<td>gas year to date</td><td>A period in time that is all space of time within a period starting at 06:00 AM October 1st ending at 06:00 AM at a given date.</td>
559</tr>
560<tr>
561<td>midnight</td><td>A point in time coinciding with midnight during the report period. This can be ambiguous if the report begins and ends at midnight - use report start/end instead. This cannot be used for a reporting period that is greater than 24 hours.</td>
562</tr>
563<tr>
564<td>month</td><td>A period of one calendar month.</td>
565</tr>
566<tr>
567<td>month to date</td><td>A period from the beginning of the calendar month to the end of the report period.</td>
568</tr>
569<tr>
570<td>noon</td><td>A point in time coinciding with noon during the report period. This can be ambiguous if the report begins and ends at noon - use report start/end instead. This cannot be used for a reporting period that is greater than 24 hours.</td>
571</tr>
572<tr>
573<td>previous period</td><td>The previous reporting period. For example, if the report period represents a day then the previous period represents the previous day.</td>
574</tr>
575<tr>
576<td>report</td><td>A period coinciding with the report period.</td>
577</tr>
578<tr>
579<td>report end</td><td>A point in time coinciding with the end of report period.</td>
580</tr>
581<tr>
582<td>report start</td><td>A point in time coinciding with the start of report period.</td>
583</tr>
584<tr>
585<td>total cumulative</td><td>A period with no beginning that ends at the end of the report period.</td>
586</tr>
587<tr>
588<td>week</td><td>A period of one week. If the report does not represent one week then this represents the 7 times 24 hour period ending at the end of the report period.</td>
589</tr>
590<tr>
591<td>year</td><td>A period of one gregorian year.</td>
592</tr>
593<tr>
594<td>year to date</td><td>A period from the beginning of the year to the end of the report period.</td>
595</tr>
596</table>
597<h3>Reporting Balance Flow Part</h3>
598<table border="1">
599<tr>
600<td><b>Flow part name</b></td><td><b>Flow part description</b></td>
601</tr>
602<tr>
603<td>adjusted closing</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
604</tr>
605<tr>
606<td>closing balance</td><td>A volume that is the total volume on stock at the end of a time period.</td>
607</tr>
608<tr>
609<td>closing storage inventory</td><td>A closing storage balance that is adjusted according to imbalance at end of period.</td>
610</tr>
611<tr>
612<td>completed lifting</td><td>A volume that is the total volume of a hydrocarbon product that is exported from a stock within a given time period.</td>
613</tr>
614<tr>
615<td>gain/loss</td><td>A volume that is a lack of proper proportion or relation between the corresponding input and liftings transactions.</td>
616</tr>
617<tr>
618<td>input to storage</td><td>A volume that is the total volume of additions to a stock within a given time period.</td>
619</tr>
620<tr>
621<td>lifted</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
622</tr>
623<tr>
624<td>lifting entitlement</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
625</tr>
626<tr>
627<td>lifting entitlement remaining</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
628</tr>
629<tr>
630<td>linepack</td><td>A gas volume that is the quantity of gas which the operator responsible for gas transportation decides must be provided by the gas producing fields in order to make deliveries as requested by gas shippers and provide operating tolerances.</td>
631</tr>
632<tr>
633<td>opening balance</td><td>A volume that is the total volume on stock at the beginning of a time period.</td>
634</tr>
635<tr>
636<td>opflex</td><td>A gas volume that is the unused and availiable quantity of gas within a gas transportation system and/or at one or many gas producting fields that is accessible by the operator responsible for gas transportation for the purposes of alleviating field curtailment.</td>
637</tr>
638<tr>
639<td>partial lifting</td><td>A volume that is the volume of a hydrocarbon product lifting up to a (not completed) determined point in time.</td>
640</tr>
641<tr>
642<td>pipeline lifting</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
643</tr>
644<tr>
645<td>production imbalance</td><td>A gas volume that is the difference between gas volume entering and exiting a shipper's nomination portfolio. This will take into account all differences whatever the time or reason it occurs.</td>
646</tr>
647<tr>
648<td>production - mass adjustment</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
649</tr>
650<tr>
651<td>production -- value adjustment</td><td>A value that is adjusted due to a change in the value of a product.</td>
652</tr>
653<tr>
654<td>swap</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
655</tr>
656<tr>
657<td>tanker lifting</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
658</tr>
659<tr>
660<td>transaction</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
661</tr>
662<tr>
663<td>transfer</td><td>xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</td>
664</tr>
665<tr>
666<td>unknown</td><td>The value is not known. This value should not be used in normal situations. All reasonable attempts should be made to determine the appropriate value. Use of this value may result in rejection in some situations.</td>
667</tr>
668</table>
669<br>
670<br>
671<h3>Well status</h3>
672<table border="1">
673<tr>
674<td><b>Well status value</b></td><td><b>Well status description</b></td>
675</tr>
676<tr>
677<td>abandonded</td><td></td>
678</tr>
679<tr>
680<td>closed</td><td></td>
681</tr>
682<tr>
683<td>injecting</td><td></td>
684</tr>
685<tr>
686<td>junked</td><td></td>
687</tr>
688<tr>
689<td>operating</td><td></td>
690</tr>
691<tr>
692<td>plugged</td><td></td>
693</tr>
694<tr>
695<td>plugged and abandonded </td><td></td>
696</tr>
697<tr>
698<td>producing</td><td></td>
699</tr>
700<tr>
701<td>producing - injecting</td><td></td>
702</tr>
703<tr>
704<td>re-class to development</td><td></td>
705</tr>
706<tr>
707<td>suspended</td><td></td>
708</tr>
709<tr>
710<td>suspended at td</td><td></td>
711</tr>
712</table>
713<br>
714<br>
715<h2>Unit of measurement quantifiers</h2>
716<br>
717<hr>
718<br>
719<br>
720<h3>Reporting Standard Volume UOM (uom quantifiers that can be used in a standard volumne element)</h3>
721<table border="1">
722<tr>
723<td><b>Uom</b></td><td><b>Uom description</b></td>
724</tr>
725<tr>
726<td>1000ft3</td><td></td>
727</tr>
728<tr>
729<td>acre.ft</td><td></td>
730</tr>
731<tr>
732<td>bbl</td><td></td>
733</tr>
734<tr>
735<td>bcf</td><td></td>
736</tr>
737<tr>
738<td>cm3</td><td></td>
739</tr>
740<tr>
741<td>dm3</td><td></td>
742</tr>
743<tr>
744<td>flozUK</td><td></td>
745</tr>
746<tr>
747<td>flozUS</td><td></td>
748</tr>
749<tr>
750<td>ft3</td><td></td>
751</tr>
752<tr>
753<td>galUK</td><td></td>
754</tr>
755<tr>
756<td>galUS</td><td></td>
757</tr>
758<tr>
759<td>ha.m</td><td></td>
760</tr>
761<tr>
762<td>hL</td><td></td>
763</tr>
764<tr>
765<td>in3</td><td></td>
766</tr>
767<tr>
768<td>km3</td><td></td>
769</tr>
770<tr>
771<td>L</td><td></td>
772</tr>
773<tr>
774<td>M(ft3)</td><td></td>
775</tr>
776<tr>
777<td>M(m3)</td><td></td>
778</tr>
779<tr>
780<td>m3</td><td></td>
781</tr>
782<tr>
783<td>Mbbl</td><td></td>
784</tr>
785<tr>
786<td>Mcf</td><td></td>
787</tr>
788<tr>
789<td>mi3</td><td></td>
790</tr>
791<tr>
792<td>mL</td><td></td>
793</tr>
794<tr>
795<td>mm3</td><td></td>
796</tr>
797<tr>
798<td>MMbbl</td><td></td>
799</tr>
800<tr>
801<td>ptUK</td><td></td>
802</tr>
803<tr>
804<td>ptUS</td><td></td>
805</tr>
806<tr>
807<td>qtUK</td><td></td>
808</tr>
809<tr>
810<td>qtUS</td><td></td>
811</tr>
812<tr>
813<td>tcf</td><td></td>
814</tr>
815<tr>
816<td>um2.m</td><td></td>
817</tr>
818<tr>
819<td>yd3</td><td></td>
820</tr>
821</table>
822<h3>Reporting  Volume UOM (uom quantifiers that can be used in a  volumne element)</h3>
823<table border="1">
824<tr>
825<td><b>Uom</b></td><td><b>Uom description</b></td>
826</tr>
827<tr>
828<td>1000ft3</td><td></td>
829</tr>
830<tr>
831<td>acre.ft</td><td></td>
832</tr>
833<tr>
834<td>bbl</td><td></td>
835</tr>
836<tr>
837<td>bcf</td><td></td>
838</tr>
839<tr>
840<td>cm3</td><td></td>
841</tr>
842<tr>
843<td>dm3</td><td></td>
844</tr>
845<tr>
846<td>flozUK</td><td></td>
847</tr>
848<tr>
849<td>flozUS</td><td></td>
850</tr>
851<tr>
852<td>ft3</td><td></td>
853</tr>
854<tr>
855<td>galUK</td><td></td>
856</tr>
857<tr>
858<td>galUS</td><td></td>
859</tr>
860<tr>
861<td>ha.m</td><td></td>
862</tr>
863<tr>
864<td>hL</td><td></td>
865</tr>
866<tr>
867<td>in3</td><td></td>
868</tr>
869<tr>
870<td>km3</td><td></td>
871</tr>
872<tr>
873<td>L</td><td></td>
874</tr>
875<tr>
876<td>M(ft3)</td><td></td>
877</tr>
878<tr>
879<td>M(m3)</td><td></td>
880</tr>
881<tr>
882<td>m3</td><td></td>
883</tr>
884<tr>
885<td>Mbbl</td><td></td>
886</tr>
887<tr>
888<td>Mcf</td><td></td>
889</tr>
890<tr>
891<td>mi3</td><td></td>
892</tr>
893<tr>
894<td>mL</td><td></td>
895</tr>
896<tr>
897<td>mm3</td><td></td>
898</tr>
899<tr>
900<td>MMbbl</td><td></td>
901</tr>
902<tr>
903<td>ptUK</td><td></td>
904</tr>
905<tr>
906<td>ptUS</td><td></td>
907</tr>
908<tr>
909<td>qtUK</td><td></td>
910</tr>
911<tr>
912<td>qtUS</td><td></td>
913</tr>
914<tr>
915<td>tcf</td><td></td>
916</tr>
917<tr>
918<td>um2.m</td><td></td>
919</tr>
920<tr>
921<td>yd3</td><td></td>
922</tr>
923</table>
924<h3>Reporting  Flow Rate UOM (uom quantifiers that can be used in a  flow rate)</h3>
925<table border="1">
926<tr>
927<td><b>Uom</b></td><td><b>Uom description</b></td>
928</tr>
929<tr>
930<td>1000ft3/d</td><td></td>
931</tr>
932<tr>
933<td>1000m3/d</td><td></td>
934</tr>
935<tr>
936<td>1000m3/h</td><td></td>
937</tr>
938<tr>
939<td>bbl/d</td><td></td>
940</tr>
941<tr>
942<td>bbl/hr</td><td></td>
943</tr>
944<tr>
945<td>bbl/min</td><td></td>
946</tr>
947<tr>
948<td>cm3/30min</td><td></td>
949</tr>
950<tr>
951<td>cm3/h</td><td></td>
952</tr>
953<tr>
954<td>cm3/min</td><td></td>
955</tr>
956<tr>
957<td>cm3/s</td><td></td>
958</tr>
959<tr>
960<td>dm3/s</td><td></td>
961</tr>
962<tr>
963<td>ft3/d</td><td></td>
964</tr>
965<tr>
966<td>ft3/h</td><td></td>
967</tr>
968<tr>
969<td>ft3/min</td><td></td>
970</tr>
971<tr>
972<td>ft3/s</td><td></td>
973</tr>
974<tr>
975<td>galUK/d</td><td></td>
976</tr>
977<tr>
978<td>galUK/hr</td><td></td>
979</tr>
980<tr>
981<td>galUK/min</td><td></td>
982</tr>
983<tr>
984<td>galUS/d</td><td></td>
985</tr>
986<tr>
987<td>galUS/hr</td><td></td>
988</tr>
989<tr>
990<td>galUS/min</td><td></td>
991</tr>
992<tr>
993<td>kbbl/d</td><td></td>
994</tr>
995<tr>
996<td>L/h</td><td></td>
997</tr>
998<tr>
999<td>L/min</td><td></td>
1000</tr>
1001<tr>
1002<td>L/s</td><td></td>
1003</tr>
1004<tr>
1005<td>M(ft3)/d</td><td></td>
1006</tr>
1007<tr>
1008<td>M(m3)/d</td><td></td>
1009</tr>
1010<tr>
1011<td>m3/d</td><td></td>
1012</tr>
1013<tr>
1014<td>m3/h</td><td></td>
1015</tr>
1016<tr>
1017<td>m3/min</td><td></td>
1018</tr>
1019<tr>
1020<td>m3/s</td><td></td>
1021</tr>
1022<tr>
1023<td>Mbbl/d</td><td></td>
1024</tr>
1025</table>
1026<h3>Reporting  Pressure UOM (uom quantifiers that can be used in a  pressure measure)</h3>
1027<table border="1">
1028<tr>
1029<td><b>Uom</b></td><td><b>Uom description</b></td>
1030</tr>
1031<tr>
1032<td>at</td><td></td>
1033</tr>
1034<tr>
1035<td>atm</td><td></td>
1036</tr>
1037<tr>
1038<td>bar</td><td></td>
1039</tr>
1040<tr>
1041<td>cmH2O(4degC)</td><td></td>
1042</tr>
1043<tr>
1044<td>dyne/cm2</td><td></td>
1045</tr>
1046<tr>
1047<td>GPa</td><td></td>
1048</tr>
1049<tr>
1050<td>hbar</td><td></td>
1051</tr>
1052<tr>
1053<td>inH2O(39.2F)</td><td></td>
1054</tr>
1055<tr>
1056<td>inH2O(60F)</td><td></td>
1057</tr>
1058<tr>
1059<td>inHg(32F)</td><td></td>
1060</tr>
1061<tr>
1062<td>inHg(60F)</td><td></td>
1063</tr>
1064<tr>
1065<td>kgf/cm2</td><td></td>
1066</tr>
1067<tr>
1068<td>kgf/mm2</td><td></td>
1069</tr>
1070<tr>
1071<td>kN/m2</td><td></td>
1072</tr>
1073<tr>
1074<td>kPa</td><td></td>
1075</tr>
1076<tr>
1077<td>kpsi</td><td></td>
1078</tr>
1079<tr>
1080<td>lbf/100ft2</td><td></td>
1081</tr>
1082<tr>
1083<td>lbf/ft2</td><td></td>
1084</tr>
1085<tr>
1086<td>lbf/in2</td><td></td>
1087</tr>
1088<tr>
1089<td>mbar</td><td></td>
1090</tr>
1091<tr>
1092<td>mmHg(0C)</td><td></td>
1093</tr>
1094<tr>
1095<td>mPa</td><td></td>
1096</tr>
1097<tr>
1098<td>MPa</td><td></td>
1099</tr>
1100<tr>
1101<td>Mpsi</td><td></td>
1102</tr>
1103<tr>
1104<td>N/m2</td><td></td>
1105</tr>
1106<tr>
1107<td>N/mm2</td><td></td>
1108</tr>
1109<tr>
1110<td>Pa</td><td></td>
1111</tr>
1112<tr>
1113<td>Pa(g)</td><td></td>
1114</tr>
1115<tr>
1116<td>pPa</td><td></td>
1117</tr>
1118<tr>
1119<td>psi</td><td></td>
1120</tr>
1121<tr>
1122<td>psia</td><td></td>
1123</tr>
1124<tr>
1125<td>psig</td><td></td>
1126</tr>
1127<tr>
1128<td>tonfUS/ft2</td><td></td>
1129</tr>
1130<tr>
1131<td>tonfUS/in2</td><td></td>
1132</tr>
1133<tr>
1134<td>torr</td><td></td>
1135</tr>
1136<tr>
1137<td>ubar</td><td></td>
1138</tr>
1139<tr>
1140<td>umHg(0C)</td><td></td>
1141</tr>
1142<tr>
1143<td>uPa</td><td></td>
1144</tr>
1145<tr>
1146<td>upsi</td><td></td>
1147</tr>
1148</table>
1149<h3>Reporting Mass UOM (uom quantifiers that can be used in a  mass measure)</h3>
1150<table border="1">
1151<tr>
1152<td><b>Uom</b></td><td><b>Uom description</b></td>
1153</tr>
1154<tr>
1155<td>ag</td><td></td>
1156</tr>
1157<tr>
1158<td>ct</td><td></td>
1159</tr>
1160<tr>
1161<td>cwtUK</td><td></td>
1162</tr>
1163<tr>
1164<td>cwtUS</td><td></td>
1165</tr>
1166<tr>
1167<td>g</td><td></td>
1168</tr>
1169<tr>
1170<td>grain</td><td></td>
1171</tr>
1172<tr>
1173<td>kg</td><td></td>
1174</tr>
1175<tr>
1176<td>klbm</td><td></td>
1177</tr>
1178<tr>
1179<td>lbm</td><td></td>
1180</tr>
1181<tr>
1182<td>mg</td><td></td>
1183</tr>
1184<tr>
1185<td>Mg</td><td></td>
1186</tr>
1187<tr>
1188<td>oz(av)</td><td></td>
1189</tr>
1190<tr>
1191<td>oz(troy)</td><td></td>
1192</tr>
1193<tr>
1194<td>ozm</td><td></td>
1195</tr>
1196<tr>
1197<td>sack94</td><td></td>
1198</tr>
1199<tr>
1200<td>t</td><td></td>
1201</tr>
1202<tr>
1203<td>tonUK</td><td></td>
1204</tr>
1205<tr>
1206<td>tonUS</td><td></td>
1207</tr>
1208<tr>
1209<td>ug</td><td></td>
1210</tr>
1211</table>
1212<h3>Reporting Temperature UOM (uom quantifiers that can be used in a  temp measure)</h3>
1213<table border="1">
1214<tr>
1215<td><b>Uom</b></td><td><b>Uom description</b></td>
1216</tr>
1217<tr>
1218<td>degC</td><td></td>
1219</tr>
1220<tr>
1221<td>degF</td><td></td>
1222</tr>
1223<tr>
1224<td>degR</td><td></td>
1225</tr>
1226<tr>
1227<td>K</td><td></td>
1228</tr>
1229</table>
1230<h3>Reporting Work UOM (uom quantifiers that can be used in a  work measure)</h3>
1231<table border="1">
1232<tr>
1233<td><b>Uom</b></td><td><b>Uom description</b></td>
1234</tr>
1235<tr>
1236<td>aJ</td><td></td>
1237</tr>
1238<tr>
1239<td>Btu</td><td></td>
1240</tr>
1241<tr>
1242<td>cal</td><td></td>
1243</tr>
1244<tr>
1245<td>ch.h</td><td></td>
1246</tr>
1247<tr>
1248<td>Chu</td><td></td>
1249</tr>
1250<tr>
1251<td>CV.h</td><td></td>
1252</tr>
1253<tr>
1254<td>EJ</td><td></td>
1255</tr>
1256<tr>
1257<td>erg</td><td></td>
1258</tr>
1259<tr>
1260<td>eV</td><td></td>
1261</tr>
1262<tr>
1263<td>GeV</td><td></td>
1264</tr>
1265<tr>
1266<td>GJ</td><td></td>
1267</tr>
1268<tr>
1269<td>GW.h</td><td></td>
1270</tr>
1271<tr>
1272<td>hp.hr</td><td></td>
1273</tr>
1274<tr>
1275<td>J</td><td></td>
1276</tr>
1277<tr>
1278<td>kcal</td><td></td>
1279</tr>
1280<tr>
1281<td>keV</td><td></td>
1282</tr>
1283<tr>
1284<td>kJ</td><td></td>
1285</tr>
1286<tr>
1287<td>kW.h</td><td></td>
1288</tr>
1289<tr>
1290<td>MeV</td><td></td>
1291</tr>
1292<tr>
1293<td>mJ</td><td></td>
1294</tr>
1295<tr>
1296<td>MJ</td><td></td>
1297</tr>
1298<tr>
1299<td>MW.h</td><td></td>
1300</tr>
1301<tr>
1302<td>nJ</td><td></td>
1303</tr>
1304<tr>
1305<td>quad</td><td></td>
1306</tr>
1307<tr>
1308<td>TeV</td><td></td>
1309</tr>
1310<tr>
1311<td>therm</td><td></td>
1312</tr>
1313<tr>
1314<td>TJ</td><td></td>
1315</tr>
1316<tr>
1317<td>TW.h</td><td></td>
1318</tr>
1319<tr>
1320<td>uJ</td><td></td>
1321</tr>
1322</table>
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