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cubic foot

A non-SI (International System) unit of volume equal to a space measuring 1 foot (12 inches) in length, width, and height, corresponding to 28.317 L.
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The reserves of Borollos are estimated to be 5tn cubic feet of gas and about 55m barrels of condensates.
Adnoc's Dh40 billion ($11 billion) Integrated Gas Development programme began in 2009 for the transfer of one billion cubic feet a day of high-pressure gas from the offshore Umm Shaif field, via Das Island, to Adnoc Gas Processing's onshore facilities at Habshan and Ruwais.
The operator also referred to operations for installation of Platform A19 and said it has the capacity to refine one billion cubic feet of gas and as platform B19 comes into operation it will also yield such an amount of gas.
The total gas production stands at 4.3 billion cubic feet per day against demand of 6 billion cubic feet per day and ensuring merit in distribution will produce more power at cheaper rates.
When energy companies talk about cubic feet, it's a measure of natural gas.
The goal of 2 billion cubic feet per day capacity is linked to peak production at the southern fields, which is expected by 2017, Deputy Oil Minister Ahmed al-Shamma told Reuters.
By contrast those in the East of England typically have possessions totalling 911 cubic feet when they move home.
The company is also adding 4 million cubic feet of cold storage space to its existing facility in Bethlehem, PA.
At a minimum, Bromberg says, the Jordan should have 10 billion cubic feet of fresh water flowing between its hallowed banks.
A meter can come in one cubic foot, 10 cubic feet, 100 cubic feet or 1000 cubic feet per revolution.
The gas to be supplied by Kondur Petroleum from its gas field in the Malacca Strait will be used to meet annual gas requirement of 470 million cubic feet per day for North Sumatra.
Total refrigerated and freezer space is now at 3.16 billion cubic feet. Of that, 2.36 billion cubic feet is public space, which grew at a 4.7% rate between 2001 and 2003.