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kiloliter (kL)

Etymology: Gk, chilioi, thousand; Fr, litre
unit of volume equivalent to 1057 quarts, 1000 liters, or 1 cubic meter (1 m3). Also spelled kilolitre.


(kĭl′ō-lē″tĕr) [Fr. kilolitre],


One thousand liters.
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8 million kilolitres (602,000 barrels per day) of crude oil in October-December, unchanged from a year earlier.
Residential properties using up to and including 120 kilolitres per year will receive a one-off rebate of $45 while those using more than 120 kilolitres, typically a larger family, will receive a $75 rebate, Mr Rau said.
73 million kilolitres or 757,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil in August, down 17 per cent on year, Masahito Nakamura, its senior vice president, told reporters.
Reuters calculations based on weekly industry data had forecast an 8 per cent fall in total oil product sales to 15 million kilolitres (about 3 million bpd) in May.