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cu m

Abbr. for “cubic meter.”
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All plants with once through cooling ( OTC) shall install towers within two years and achieve water consumption of of 4 cubic metre per megawatt hour of electricity produced while all existing plants would be required to restrict water use to 3.
Egypt's total gas production has reached 134m cubic metres daily, and average power plant consumption during the month of Ramadan did not fall below 119m cubic metres of gas and equivalent.
Vopak Horizon Fujairah Limited, a joint venture between the Netherlands-based Royal Vopak, Dubai's Enoc, the government of Fujairah and Kuwait's Independent Petroleum Group added 600,000 cubic metres of capacity last May as part of is sixth phase expansion.
The South Pars field in the Persian Gulf has around 14 trillion cubic metres of gas, which represents about eight percent of world reserves.
25 million cubic metres (77 million barrels) of storage capacity, and includes crude oil and refined product pipelines, refined product terminals, a petroleum and specialty liquids storage and terminaling business, as well as crude oil storage tank facilities.
Power plants receive 82m cubic metres of gas daily and 29,000 tonnes of fuel oil, the official said, a significant rise on the month before.
Egypt has reached a stage of water poverty, with an average of 663 cubic metres per citizen, and is expected to fall below 582 cubic metres by 2025, a decline of 60.
The best was in March 2002-2003 with 42 million cubic metres of water.
The price of gas to be supplied at the tie in point averages $32 per thousand cubic metres ($1.
The Ninotsminda Field horizontal well N100H2 has been tested for approximately one week and has tested at a rate of up to 370,000 cubic metres (13.
Well KYZ105 was perforated and flowed gas at a rates of up to 50,000 cubic metres (1.
The processing plant consists of a primary feed and screening circuit with a capacity of 40 cubic metres of gravel per hour, followed by a concentration circuit using jigs for gravity separation of the heavy minerals, including diamonds and gold.