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Volume at standard and reservoir conditions

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Sm3 or Rm3?

Sm3 means m3 at standard temperatue and pressure (590F/14.5038 PSI or 150C/100 kPa by SPE Standard, but there are other reference conditions in current use).
Rm3 means m3 at reservoir conditions.

The same for barrels: STB/day, RB/day.


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