meterage


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meterage

(ˈmiːtərɪdʒ)
n
the act of measuring

meterage

a fee charged for measurement.
See also: Dues and Payment
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meterage

[ˈmiːtərɪdʒ] Nmetraje m
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4 large-diameter HQ drill holes competed for a total meterage of 2,347 metres
A total of 607 AC holes were drilled for a total meterage of 28,037.
Thus, during the last year there were drilled 186 wells, including 34 horizontal wells; the meterage reached 550.210 thousand meters.
"There is meterage to be made in the wider channels against them, France showed that a bit, and Wales have the talent to get the ball there on various occasions.
In a submission to planners he had pointed out that his intention was to "produce a building which ties in with its surroundings" matching the roof line and "similar square meterage to its direct neighbours."
* Perceived production pressure (achieve meterage targets at the expense of drill accuracy).
8 per cent, drilling in meterage 52 per cent, grant of exploration licenses and leases by 39.
Oil production 29.8 percent, drilling in meterage 52 percent, grant of exploration licences and leases by 39.4 percent and 200 percent respectively as compared to corresponding years of the previous government.
Following which, oil and gas exploration activities registered increase by 80 per cent with 40 percent success rate, drilling of appraisal and development wells 12.8 per cent, discoveries 151.3 per cent, 2D and 3D seismic surveys by 37.2 per cent and 43.1 percent respectively, oil production 29.8 per cent, drilling in meterage 52 per cent, grant of exploration licenses and leases by 39.4 percent and 200 per cent respectively as compared to corresponding years of the previous government.
Oil and gas exploration activities registered increase by over 80 percent with 40 percent success rate, drilling of appraisal and development wells 12.8 percent, discoveries 151.3 percent, 2D and 3D seismic surveys by 37.2 percent and 43.1 percent respectively, oil production 29.8 percent, drilling in meterage 52 percent, grant of exploration licences and leases by 39.4 percent and 200 percent respectively as compared to corresponding years of the previous government.
A spokesman told MI: "A standard full office fit-out l as per HSE guidelines is approximately [euro]50,000 per office depending on the square meterage.