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BCM

Abbr. for “broken cubic meter.”
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BCM One, a New York-based managed technology solutions provider, has announced St.
The gas transmission system in Slovakia consists of almost 2,270 kilometres of pipelines and its annual transmission capacity is more than 90 bcm. class="article-published 27.
By obtaining certification, BCM Inks reaffirmed its dedication to quality in its lab, production, customer service and distribution processes.
"We aim to increase TANAP's capacity first to 22 bcm depending on demand and then to 31 bcm with additional investments," Erdogan said.
According to the report, in 2017, Turkey imported 55.2 bcm of gas, of which 44.43 bcm were imported through pipelines, and 10.76 bcm fell on LNG imports.
Between 2000 and 2016, natural gas demand in GECF member countries increased from 571 bcm to 894 bcm, GECF said in its 'Global Gas outlook 2017'.
Sophia, BCM One's proprietary tool, provides corporate telecom infrastructures with the capabilities to manage technology spend more efficiently, saving companies significant money across their technology spend.
Uzbekistan's natural gas exports in 2016 are expected to amount to 15 BCM including an un-disclosed volume going to China through the fourth and final section of a 30 BCM/y pipeline passing through Kyrghystan and Tadjikistan into which Uzbek gas pumping began in late September 2016.
What is certain in Ashgabat, the capital, is that Turkmenistan in 2016 will have to produce 80 BCM as a minimum to meet its domestic requirements and export requirements (see Part 2 in omt13TurkmProd26Sep16 and gmt13TurkmProd26Sep16).
Azerbaijan's local gas market in 2016 - excluding re-injection needs - is expected to consume over 16 BCM for the industry, the electric power sector and households.
The resilient commitment from senior executives and the establishment of a BCM governance procedure are essential for effective response to manage the disaster.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkish state-run pipeline company Botas imported 21.33 billion cubic meters (bcm) of gas from various sources in January-June 2014 compared to 19.1 bcm in the same period of 2013, Botas said.