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commingling

[kō′miŋ·gliŋ]
(petroleum engineering)
Blending of petroleum products with similar properties; usually performed to facilitate transportation in a pipeline.
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As a result, communities that adopt commingling typically see a 15 percent to 20 percent increase in the volume of recyclables collected, said Alex Cuyler, Eugene's solid waste and recycling analyst.
We are also pleased to announce a new strategic alliance with 5 Digit Plus that creates a major competitive differentiation of our commingling capabilities.
We don't want to tell our customers we're going to commingling then have to go back again.
Today, we have significant capabilities in litho printing, personalization and commingling, strategically located across the United States, which complement our other skills in database design and management, fulfillment, statement processing and printing, list services and print-to-mail disaster recovery.
With 30 facilities nationwide, PSI Group's commingling services complement Transcontinental Direct U.
The intention is to isolate a transaction from any commingling risk by seeking structural protection against the default of the counterparty at risk, or by covering any funds that belong to the issuer but which have become commingled with a defaulted counterparty's bankruptcy trust.
Adelstein believes the coupling of Microsoft Outlook and Exchange closely resembles the commingling model analysts complain allows Microsoft to maintain an unfair competitive edge in other market areas.
Brigham anticipates the commingling of productive intervals and production to sales by late March or early April.
However, the resulting reduction in access to the unsecured commercial paper market will increase the volume of auto-related asset-backed term deals while activating a commingling trigger built into the transactions, said Paul Kelly, managing director of ABS Consumer Assets at Standard & Poor's.
The transaction differs slightly from mainstream trade receivable securitization deals in that credit support is provided by a first demand guarantee backed by cash collateral, and operating costs, dilution, and commingling risk are covered by a joint and several undertaking to pay.
Nonetheless, Fitch tested in stress cases whether the trust could withstand an interruption of 60 days of revenues due to commingling if it were necessary to apply to the Bankruptcy Court to release the funds.