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Volume Type Differences

I am trying to write a query to show percentage variances between sales and productin volumes (i.e. as seen on the well completion volumes report). I am not sure how to make it an apples to apples comparison between sales and production volume types. I do not know the difference between SALES - 1, TOTAL SALES, CALCULATED PRODUCTION and CHECK METER VOLUME. I assume that calculate production takes into account maybe pressure differneces and maybe one of the sales categories does also but not sure.

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Jon "SAP Newbie"

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 07:31 AM

    Hi Jon,

    kindly note that you can take Calculated production volume type '91' as final production and total sales volume volume type 99 to compare between production and sales.

    Volume type 03 : sales -1 is entered via MP volume entry and volume type 91 is calculated by system while carrying out production allocation run.

    check meter volume are entered for the statistical purpose or for further usage in the calculation in production allocation.

    I hope this helps.

    Thanks & regards

    Kalpesh Chavda

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