shell capacity

shell capacity

[′shel kə‚pas·əd·ē]
(engineering)
The amount of liquid that a tank car or tank truck will hold when the liquid just touches the underside of the top of the tank shell.
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Immediately prior to the closing of the acquisition by the joint venture of the two terminals from American Midstream, Delek Logistics will contribute to the joint venture its North Little Rock, Arkansas terminal with throughput capacity of 17,100 barrels per day and its Greenville tank farm located in Caddo Mills, Texas with approximately 330,000 barrels of aggregate shell capacity, which will be valued at approximately $24.
The 10-year lease - with renewal rights of three, 5-year extensions at specified rental rates - is for 25,000 square feet of shell capacity.
In some jurisdictions and hunting applications there is a shell capacity issue.
and can bring total shell capacity up to 23 rounds.
The energy industry data provider estimated that Cushing crude tanks were filled to 73 percent of shell capacity as of Tuesday, up one percent from the previous week.
Westway operates an extensive global network of 25 operating facilities providing approximately 350 million gallons of total bulk liquid storage shell capacity and 37 facilities producing approximately 1.
The LNG supply for the Shell capacity will come from the Sakhalin II project in eastern Russia, where Shell is the largest shareholder.
Because of the shorter magazine tube, total shell capacity is cut by one--to four--but most shooters put in the plug for a capacity of three shells anyway.
The assets to be acquired include a total of 57 product tanks with a total shell capacity of approximately 4.
The buttstock holds five shells and features a visible shell capacity window.