Emoil, a joint venture between Trafigura, UAE's fuel retailer Emarat and BP, has a total of 228,000 cubic metres of storage for blending and storing gasoline products in a total of nine tanks.
What does CUM stand for?
CUM stands for Cubic Metre
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We have 39 other meanings of CUM in our Acronym Attic
- Center For Urban Learning/Teaching and Urban Research in Education and Schools (Emory University; Atlanta, GA)
- Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (Intel)
- Centre Universitaire Méditerranéen (Nice, France)
- Centro Universitario Franco Mexicano (Mexican school)
- Centro Universitario Metropolitano (Guatemala)
- Centro Universitario Montejo (Spanish; Mexican school)
- Communauté Urbaine de Montréal
- Communauté Urbaine du Mans (French: Urban Community of Le Mans; Le Mans, France)
- Cubic Meter
- Cumana, Venezuela (Airport Code)
- Cumberland (Amtrak station code; Cumberland, MD)
- Cummins Engine Company (stock symbol)
- Cysto-Urétrographie Mictionnelle (French: Urinary Cysto-Urethrography)
- Canadian Underwater Mine Apparatus (breathing)
- Canadian Underwater Mine Countermeasures Apparatus
- Canadian Urban Music Awards (industry event)
- Canadian Urethane Manufacturers' Association (est. 1973; Ontario, Canada)
- Coopératives d'Utilisation du Matériel Agricole (French: Cooperatives Using Agricultural Materials)
Samples in periodicals archive:
5 billion cubic metres of gas in the first three quarters of 2012, compared with 10.
Summary: The demand for natural gas on the domestic market is expected to range between 50 and 63 billion cubic metres by 2018, Nadjib Otmane, President of the Executive Committee of the Electricity and Gas Regulatory Commission (CREG), said Thursday here.
The first month of Spring also resulted in an impressive inflow of 26 million cubic metres of water into the island's dams, the second highest in the last twenty years.
The company pays about $78 a cubic metre for delivered wood.
113,000 billion cubic metres falls on the land as rain or snow each year.
But as of February 2001, there are only 6 bn cubic metres of usable water".