line fill

line fill

[′līn ‚fil]
(communications)
Ratio of the number of connected main telephone stations on a line to the nominal main station capacity of that line.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-October 5, 2016-NGL Energy Partners begins line fill for USD18.
Nearly one-fifth of the record rise in US crude oil stocks over the six months through March was used as line fill for pipelines or stored in on-site refinery tanks, a Reuters breakdown of US government data showed.
Spokesperson Shawn Howard said line fill activities follow the completion of pipeline construction, ongoing testing and TransCanada's demonstration to the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) that it has followed through on the advanced safety standards that the Gulf Coast Pipeline will operate under--and that no other pipeline in operation will feature.
The 139-mile, 42-inch Stage 2 section of the Southern Access expansion project is currently ready for line fill, completing the 460-mile Superior, Wisconsin, to Flanagan, Illonois pipeline expansion.
An automatic shutdown feature nips can line fill or foamer problems in the bud.
According to the company, the Woodland Pipeline (Line 49) in the same corridor between Fort McMurray and Cheecham has been in the process of line fill upstream from the site of the incident in preparation for full start up.
9 million which includes an estimated $26 million valuation of crude oil line fill at current market prices owned by the interests to be acquired.
subsidiary has exceeded its published goals of 98% on-time delivery and 98% line fill, having averaged between 98.
United's focus on fulfillment excellence has given it an average line fill rate of better than 97%, a 99.
76 million, which includes an estimated $29 million valuation of crude oil line fill at current market prices owned by the interests to be acquired.
The purchase price for the pipeline system was $250 million plus the fair market value of line fill, which is estimated at $100 million.