Operating cost


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Operating cost

The cost of operating a device or building; including energy, maintenance, and repairs.
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s experience with both wet and dry emissions control, you can compare operating costs to decide what's best for your operation: updating or changing your emission systems or doing nothing at all.
With strong production volumes and low operating costs over the first half of 2016, MEG expects to meet annual production guidance of 80,000 to 83,000 bpd.
Furthermore, the improvements made, besides reducing operating costs, may increase a building's long-term value.
The operating costs were determined based on a company with 300 employees, with average real estate, energy and other expenses.
DOAS setups proved to be both energy-efficient and cost-effective, reducing annual operating costs by $15,000-20,000 for a typical school building.
The value of all meals provided at an employer-operated eating facility will be deemed to equal 150% of the facility's direct operating costs.
SAP is unique in its ability to consolidate e-business solutions onto one database, which can dramatically lower the operating costs for companies fully embracing e-business.
These expenditures are usually called "timber operating costs.

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