desalinisation


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Noun1.desalinisation - the removal of salt (especially from sea water)
chemical action, chemical change, chemical process - (chemistry) any process determined by the atomic and molecular composition and structure of the substances involved
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As electricity and water desalinisation sectors account for most of the natural gas consumption in Qatar, the rise in consumption is being driven by increasing demand for electricity and water.
The investments focus on LEDs, carbon reduction, water treatment and desalinisation technology, energy exploration and micro marketing.
D'autre part, poursuit l'intervenant, il importe fortement de porter un interet tout particulier a la commercialisation des productions agricoles dans la region, au vu de l'extension des exigences de la qualite, tout en mettant en relief l'importance de la desalinisation des eaux de mer a des buts agricoles.
The Indian Government has granted a loan of USD 20 million to Mauritius, for the implementation of several projects in Agalega, namely for the airstrip, the harbor, water desalinisation plant, production of electricity, and the stocking of fuels.
Yet, without desalinisation, Qatar possesses a fresh water supply that would last only 48 hours.
The comments highlight the scale of Saudi Arabia's ambitions to boost renewable energy use as a way to pare back on oil consumption used for domestic desalinisation and power plants, potentially saving 523,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day over the next 20 years.
Meanwhile, in February, Saudi Arabia signed a bilateral cooperation treaty with France to develop nuclear energy, including electricity production and water desalinisation.