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imperial gallon

[im′pir·ē·əl ′gal·ən]
(mechanics)
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The utility provider also invitedexpressions of interest in June for the independent water producer Hassyan Sea Water Reverse Osmosis project, which will have the capacity of120 million imperial gallons per day.
He clarified that though Kuwait is among the poorest countries in terms of water resources, it has managed to reach production capacity of desalinated water estimated at 630 million imperial gallons per day thanks to the employment of the most sophisticated technology.
The utility's generating capacity is 10,927 MW, with desalination capacity of 470 million imperial gallons a day.
It is expected to be commercially operational in 2020 with a capacity of 25m imperial gallons per day.
The plant would be built at Taweelah, about 45 kilometres north of Abu Dhabi and will have a water production capacity of 200 million imperial gallons per day (MIGD) to cater to the water needs of the emirate, according to Mohammad Bin Jarsh Al Falasi, undersecretary of the department of energy.
A consortium led by Acwa Power and Tecton Engineering and Construction has been selected for a 45 million imperial gallons per day sea water reverse osmosis (SWRO) desalination project in Umm Al Quwain, in the UAE.
"With the launch of the Al Dur 1, the total production capacity has reached 3921 MW and 179 million imperial gallons per day, representing a 45.9 per cent uplift in electricity production and a 36.6 per cent increase in water production," stated Minister of Electricity and Water Affairs Dr.
He concluded by highlighting that production capacity after the conclusion of the first phase has reached a total of 3921 MW and 179 million imperial gallons per day, representing a 45.9% uplift in electricity production and a 36.6% increase in water production.
Once fully operational, the minister said, the plant will have a total production capacity of 2,500 MW of power and 136 million imperial gallons per day of desalinated water, meeting 25 percent of the electricity and 30 percent of water needs in Qatar.
Summary: Officials said the project will be in two blocks, each producing 100 million Imperial Gallons per Day
Muscat, Dec 14 (ONA) Dhofar International Development & Investment Holding SAOG (DIDIC) said in a statement published on Muscat Securities Market (MSM) website that a consortium of International Energy and Water Projects Company, Veolia and DIDIC won a contract to build a 25 million imperial gallons per day (MIGPD) water desalination plant in the Governorate of Dhofar using reverse osmosis (RO) technology.