NWR upgraded its production targets for 2009 to 11 megatonnes of coal and 840 kilotonnes
Russia's defence ministry said an atomic explosion at had taken place in northeastern North Korea, 0954am (0054GMT) and estimated the blast's yield to be up to 20 kilotonnes
, about the same as the US bombs used against the Japanese cities of Nagasaki and Hiroshima at the end of World War Two.
Cardiff emitted 2,355 kilotonnes
of CO2 emissions in 2006, 1,125 kilotonnes
of which came from industrial and commercial sources.
Total prey fish mass (wet weight) declined from 91 kilotonnes
in 2005 to 31 kilotonnes
in 2007, which is down from 450 kilotonnes
in 1989 (Bunnell et al.
Agility will handle and distribute a total volume of approximately 600 kilotonnes
of polyolefins out of the Shanghai logistics hub annually.
5 million tonne ethane cracker, the worldCOs largest olefins conversion unit (with a capacity of 750 kilotonnes
), two Borstar polypropylene plants with a total capacity of 800 kilotonnes
and a 540 kilotonne
Borstar polyethylene plant.
5 petrajoules (PJ) (139 000 megawatts) of energy, or producing more than 125 kilotonnes
(kt) of C[O.
Kruger will invest $200 million at its Trois-Rivieres, QC, mill to provide 342 kilotonnes
per year of de-inking capacity.
Team leader Eiko Nemitz said: "We estimated that in autumn we have emissions of CO2 of about 37 kilotonnes
per square kilometre per year in the city centre.
5% below 1990 levels) would result in emission reductions of 376 kilotonnes
In 1996 in the United States, about 1440 kilotonnes
Development of pollutant emissions In kilotonnes
Change 1970 1980 1990 1996 2005 Change (expected) 1990/1996 Per cent Sulphur dioxide ([SO.