Extract of Planned New Generation Capacity to meet Future Electricity Demand for Papua New Guinea. See the original document here: https://png-data.sprep.org/dataset/energy-sector-assessment-asian-devel…
Mean, maximum, minimum, monthly, and deity peak or lowest peak for water discharge by rivers and creeks in cubic metres per seconds (m3/s) in PNG between 1952 and 1964. Adapted from Commonwealth of Australia, Department at Works (CADoW) (1967) 0 = insufficient data. Data extracted from PNG SOE Report (page 198). Note: converted from pdf to excel format.
1) At administrative level 1 these tables do not refer to the National Capital District or to the Autonomous Region of Bougainville. The National Capital District is combined with the Central Province and Bougainville is combined with the North Solomons province.
Used lubricants and oil assessed under seven broad waste generating sector were in the form of: industry and factory plant oil; industry engine, electrical, and other oils; marine lubes; transmission and gear oils; and vehicle and transport engine oils (Figure 4). From discussion with engineers, mechanics, and other experts on used lubricants and oil generation, it was possible that almost same amount of lubricating oils used would be generated and/or collected from machinery items per services.