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Regular

Customary; usual; with no unexpected or unusual variations; in conformity with ordinary practice.

An individual's regular course of business, for example, is the occupation in which that person is normally engaged to gain a livelihood.

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At that by 2017 the carrying capacity of pipeline system in the eastern direction will increase up to 80 billion cubic meters.
MO cubic phase was prepared based on a method described in a previous report (13).
The Yanbu plant along the same coast produces about 124 million cubic meters of water, and supplies it to Madinah, Yanbu and the surrounding areas.
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By 2015, Fujairah's oil storage capacity is expected to rise to almost nine million cubic metres, according to the port authorities.
The volume of gas sold in Q3 2012 was 2.5 billion cubic metres, similar to Q3 of the previous year.
Cubic has been involved with force modernization in Lithuania since 2001, initially assisting its defense staff in the development of a national security strategy analysis.
By putting South Pars Gas Fields in future, the Islamic Republic of Iran will be able of producing 1.2 billion cubic meters of gas daily and exporting 200 to 250 million cubic meters of to foreign nations.
Kuwait Energy and the Turkish TPAO companies offered a price of 7.50 dollars per barrel of oil equivalent with a targeted plateau of 100 million cubic feet (2.8 million cubic metres) per day.
Cubic feet is the standard measure for calculating the size of a removal.
Turkey's natural gas imports became 3.1 billion cubic meters in January, 2.8 billion cubic meters in February, 3.1 billion in March, 2.5 billion in April, 2.5 billion cubic meters in May, 2.6 billion cubic meters in June, 3 billion cubic meters in July, 3 billion cubic meters in August, 2.8 billion in September and 2.6 billion cubic meters in October 2009.
Up until now during the month of March the inflow rose to 26 million cubic metres, two million less than February's inflow.