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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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Water desalination systems amounted to AED3.95bn ($1bn) using eight desalination units, each with a capacity of 5.17mn imperial gallons per day, and four boilers with a total capacity of 140mn imperial gallons.
The members are 25, including five ministers.1997 -- Kuwait sees record electricity and fresh water consumption, with 5, 360 megawatts and 229.4 million imperial gallons consumed.1998 -- The cabinet agrees to amend law 48/87 on combating narcotics to bring up punishment maximum to capital punishment.2000 -- Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) offers subscription for 30 to 34, 5 million shares of Santa Fe International through its subsidiary SFI Holdings-Cayman at a price of USD 34.5 per share.
The gas-fired power plant has a gross capacity of 490 megawatts (net capacity of 445MW) and a seawater desalination plant with an output of 15 million imperial gallons (69,000 cubic metres) per day.
The utility said its desalinated water production capacity recorded a growth of 17.5% in 2012 to 470 MIGD (million imperial gallons per day) compared to 400MIGD in 2011, while power generation capacity climbed 10.6% to 9,646 MW (megawatts) last year compared to 8,721MW in 2011.
The co-generation plant, located in the Shuaiba industrial authority area 40km from Kuwait City, can produce around 780MW of power and 45 million imperial gallons of distilled water per day.
Dubai's current installed capacity is 470 million imperial gallons of desalinated water per day (2.13 million m3/d) with peak demand of 316 million imperial gallons per day.
The company also won the contract for the design and construction of two 10MIG (million imperial gallons) RCC Pre-stressed Water Tanks with associated piping at Burairat in Ras Al Khaimah.
Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (Kahramaa) has started awarding contracts for the QAR 17bn ($4.6bn) strategic mega reservoirs project and the accompanying pipelines at a total capacity of 2.3 billion imperial gallons (MIG).