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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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DEWA works tirelessly to enhance its installed capacity, which is currently 9,656MW of electricity and 470 million imperial gallons of desalinated water per day.
6 million imperial gallons per day reverse osmosis water desalination facility, the company said in a disclosure statement posted on MSM website.
Dewa's current installed capacity is 470 million imperial gallons of desalinated water per day.
Up to eight turbines will be upgraded which will improve generating electricity at the power plant to a capacity of 2400 megawatt, said the statement, noting that the turbines will also provide the steam necessary for distillers to produce drinking water to a capacity of 110 million imperial gallons a day.
The utility, which currently has 9,656MW of power capacity and 470 million imperial gallons per day of water capacity, said its peak load grew to 6,857MW in 2013 from 6,637MW in 2012, and that the system requirements for electricity reached 37,478 gigawatts per hour in 2013 compared to 36,299GWh in 2012 -- a growth of 3.
The 456 Megawatt, 20 million imperial gallons per day (MIGD) combined cycle gas turbine power and water desalination facility is located North East of Muscat.
It increases output from 30 million imperial gallons a day (MIGD) to 90 million gallons of top quality drinking water - 75 per cent of the country's current needs.
2 million imperial gallons annually, which can support approximately 1,500 apartments, or reduce carbon emission to the tune of 2,500 tonnes a year.
from 1736, calls for 10 imperial gallons of ale, one large and elderly
The facility will also include a 130MIGD (million imperial gallons per day) desalination plant.
Each of the giant concrete reservoirs has the capacity to hold 100 million imperial gallons of water (454,000 cubic metres).
The plant has been in full commercial operation since May 2012 and has a net capacity of 489 megawatt (contracted capacity of 445 megawatts) and a contracted water capacity of 15 million imperial gallons per day.