fps units

Related to fps units: CGS units, SI units

fps units

pl n
(Units) an Imperial system of units based on the foot, pound, and second as the units of length, mass, and time. For scientific and most technical purposes these units have been replaced by SI units
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Douglas-Westwood (DW) has identified a temporary trough in global expenditure in 2015 primarily driven by delays to delivery of FPS units in Latin America.
This shift toward fewer, larger subsea tiebacks as well as increased FPS units will have profound effects on the future of the subsea sector as the hardware installed evolves as a direct result of fewer gas developments and deeper, more challenging fields.
In practice, of course, the contractual payments relating to the FPS units identified will often be made in instalments and will in most cases be spread over a number of years.
The entire casepacking operation consists of two FPS units, each turning out 1,300 cases per shift and can be controlled for much of the time by a single person.
This shift towards fewer, larger subsea tiebacks as well as increased FPS units will have profound effects on the future of the subsea sector as the hardware installed evolves as a direct result of fewer gas developments and deeper, more challenging fields.
The supply of FPS units the newbuild, upgrade & redeployment, and conversion options; FPS leasing; construction & conversion problems; the influence of globalization and local content requirements and the impact of speculative construction.