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kiloliter

[′kil·ə‚lēd·ər]
(mechanics)
A unit of volume equal to 1000 liters or to 1 cubic meter. Abbreviated kl.
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PT Molindo Raya Industrial (MRI), a producer of ethanol in Surabaya plasn to increase its production to 60,000 kiloliters per year from 40,000 kiloliters per year at present.
Again, in addition to the monthly (April-September 1945) entries for each refinery for which data were available the total quantities in kiloliters and gallons are given for the refineries listed.
Its annual production capacity will be expanded to 200,000 kiloliters by the end of this year, with the total amount of investment reaching $100 million, they said.
In 2013, AKR was given 267,892 kiloliters of subsidized fuel to distribute, with an extra reserve allocation of 612,958 kiloliters in the middle of the same year by Indonesia s downstream oil and gas regulator, BPH Migas.
The project in the island of Sambu, to increase BBM terminal capacity to 300,000 kiloliters will cost around US$94.
62 million kiloliters, marking the second consecutive month of year-on-year drop.
94 million kiloliters, marking the first fall in 32 years, according to government data released Wednesday.
The world's biggest bio-ethanol producer, Brazil produces 35% of the world's supply and exports over 2 million kiloliters a year.
0 percent from a year earlier to 411,991 kiloliters, although two of the brewers posted declines, separate reports released by the four breweries Friday showed.
Subsidized fuel disbursed in Jakarta amounts to a daily 15 kiloliters on average.