Billion Cubic Meters

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Cubic - Organizations
... Cubic Corporation, parent company of Cubic Defense Applications and Cubic Transportation Systems Cubic, Inc ...
Mineral Industry Of Peru - Commodity Review - Mineral Fuels - Natural Gas and Petroleum
... m3) LNG 1,373,800 bbl (218,420 m3) and natural gas 859 billion cubic meters (30.4 trillion cubic feet), respectively ... of Pucallpa and had proven reserves of 8.5 billion cubic meters (301 billion cubic feet) of gas and 9,000 bbl (1,400 m3) of natural gas liquids (NGL) and the ... Natural gas production increased to 1,775 million cubic meters from 1,517 million cubic meters in 2005 and was produced by Pluspetrol S.A ...
China–Russia Relations - Energy Relations - Russian Far East (RFE)
... are estimated at 307 million tons of oil (2.3 billion bbn) and 485 billion cubic meters of gas as of 2002 ... Under the deal, Sakhalin-1 could sell up to 10 billion cubic meters of gas to China over 20 years by pipeline ... of state support for the RFE to $612 million in 2006, and consideration of allocating a new $2.5 billion infrastructure fund for projects there ...
Songyuan - Economy
... In 2006, Songyuan had a revenue of 47.4 billion yuan, with a profit of 4.5 billion yuan, the third of the province in terms of overall economic achievement ... the total revenue was expected to be 60 billion Yuan, with a profit of 6.5 billion Yuan ... Currently ascertained are 1.134 billion tons of oil and 100 billion cubic meters of natural gas ...
Agriculture In Egypt - Natural Resources - Mineral and Energy Resources
... and related products amounted to $2.6 billion in the year 2000 ... and natural gas output continued to increase and reached 48.3 billion cubic meters in 2008 ... agreements have been signed and multinational oil companies spent more than $27 billion in exploration companions ...

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