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GALLON, measures. A gallon is a liquid measure, containing two hundred and thirty-one cubic inches, or four quarts.

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A look at how the cost per gallon of gasoline breaks down.
5 million gallons in 1988 to only 350,960 gallons in July, 1989.
With funding secured, Millennium Ethanol, LLC has commenced construction of a 100 million gallon per year ethanol production facility in Marion, South Dakota.
Nearly 2,200 gallons of fuel were dumped on the roadway with 500 gallons pouring into a storm drain before firefighters could build a dirt dam.
Little Sioux is an innovative farmer-owned ethanol production facility that was commissioned in April 2003 and was designed to produce 40 million gallons of ethanol per year.
Ventura County Fire Department spokesman Joe Luna said one tank ruptured, spewing approximately 4,000 gallons of oil.
To date, our corn oil extraction program has been met with significant interest and we have executed contracts to phase up to about 22 million gallons per year of corn oil extraction from the following existing and planned ethanol facilities between this quarter and 2008:
State Attorney General Bill Lockyer who opened an investigation of oil companies when gas prices reached nearly $2 a gallon last April announced Monday he found no violations of the law.
GS CleanTech's Corn Oil Extraction Systems(TM) extract about 3 million gallons of crude corn oil from a typical 50 million gallon ethanol production facility and enable the ethanol producer to increase their revenues by about 3.
Ruling on a technicality, a county judge has cleared the way for the state of California to cut by 20 cents the price that dairy farmers get from creameries for a gallon of milk.
It presently gathers, reclaims and markets approximately 10 million gallons of oil per year.
New Service Lowers Oil Bills by Offering Rebates on Every Gallon of Fuel