domestic reserve

domestic reserve

The fuel reserve for domestic flights as set by the operator or the regulating authority.
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Having a secure, domestic reserve of uranium is a central part of these plans.
With China's domestic reserve of natural gas standing at 53.
Worn insulation around the water pipes had gone up in flames, fatally damaging the 15,000-gallon fire and domestic reserve tank, as well as the related piping.
50/mcf to significantly increase the domestic reserve base.
Domestic reserve replacement from all sources excluding sales is estimated to be 48 percent of production, with an average finding and development cost of $3.
The unit is important part of the government's attempts to fortify electricity generation and reduce dependency on gas-oriented power production, as domestic reserves of the natural resource are reducing.
Despite the recent Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Rosneft and Golar LNG, the former's gas strategy is narrowly focused on developing domestic reserves and initiating LNG projects in Russia, according to an analyst with the research and consulting firm GlobalData.
Although it has plentiful domestic reserves, Kuwait has to import gas in summer to meet an increased demand from power stations.
The domestic reserves are enough to fulfill the local consumption of the commodity till the arrival of new crop in the markets, said an official of the Agriculture Policy Institute (API) here.
The oil and gas, mining industry in GCC and South American countries has immense growth potential due to high domestic reserves.
While the government has rushed to avert an immediate crisis, analysts say much longer-term solutions are needed to spur recovery of the sluggish economy, which is hugely dependent on coal imports despite large domestic reserves.
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