cubic metre

(redirected from Cubic meters)
Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
  • noun

Synonyms for cubic metre

a metric unit of volume or capacity equal to 1000 liters

References in periodicals archive ?
6 billion cubic meters of gas from Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz gas and condensate field per year.
The number of dams has now increased to 14 with a capacity of 75 million cubic meters, a fourfold increase in capacity," he said.
The report pointed out that the project pumping of Zamzam water to the Grand Holy Mosque during the last year's Hajj season totaled 64,000 cubic meters, and in the month of Ramadan, 70,000 cubic meters, while pumping to Prophet's Holy Mosque in the same period was 30,000 cubic meters, and in Ramadan 22,000 cubic meters.
The valleys of Al-Shawka, Al-Qassaa and Al-Kashish witnessed heavy rains, especially the basin of Al-Shawka valley which led to water levels of the Dam Lake reaching 275,000 cubic meters, said H.
On this day in 2014, the volume of water was 9 billion 265 million cubic meters.
3 billion cubic meters of gas, compared to a current rate of 230 million cubic meters of gas, with domestic output expected to jump to 800 million cubic meters of gas in 2015.
5% from 3,493 million cubic meters by the end of June 2013 to 3,825 million cubic meters by the end of June 2014.
By then, the three lines, built by CNPC and its central Asian partners, would have a combined capacity of 55 billion cubic meters per year.
3 per cent to 1,557 million cubic meters when compared with 1,451 million cubic meters during the same period in 2013.
There are 6 plants on the east coast producing 504 million cubic meters of desalinated water making up about 52.
In the first six month of 2013 Ukraine has imported 10,296 billion cubic meters of gas at a price tag of USD 4.
Managing Director of Iran's Natural Gas Storage Company Massoud Samivand told the oil ministry's website that the storage facility could take 10 million cubic meters of gas per day in the first phase while will yield 20 million cubic meters per day when it is needed.
8 billion cubic meters of gas, including mandatory stocks managed by the Minister of Economy, relative to 1.
As the first gas storage facility in the Middle East, Serajeh facility has stored up to now 350 to 360 million cubic meters of gas.
483 billion cubic meters of gas in the first half of the year 2011 with daily production rate of 30.