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What does BOE mean?
Barrel of Oil Equivalent (BOE) is a term used to summarize the amount of energy that is equivalent to the amount of energy found in a barrel of crude oil. BOE is a metric used to measure the volume of crude oil and natural gas extraction each day.
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[Official Bulletin of the State]
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of BOE in Units (Energy)?
The full form of BOE is Barrel of Oil Equivalent
What are the full forms of BOE in Academic & Science?
Board Of Education | Barrel of Oil Equivalent
What are the full forms of BOE in Worldwide?
Board Of Education | Beijing Oriental Electronics | Bill of Exchange | Bill of Entry | Barrel of Oil Equivalent
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