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break-even

[brā′kē·vən]
(nucleonics)
The point at which the energy generated by a controlled nuclear fusion reaction equals the energy required to maintain the reaction.
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Prior to the collapse of oil prices, fiscal break-even oil prices were rising rapidly in GCC countries, reflecting the substantial increase in government spending, which increased by an annual average of 11 per cent in real terms in 2003-2014.
For the Saudi-led bloc in OPEC - excluding Qatar, of course (see gmt18LNG-Nov3-14) - the break-even price is lower than $80/b.
Llistosella said, 'We want to see the operating break-even of this unit by calendar year 2016.
For 2014, Moody s expects expenditure growth to slow in the GCC, and fiscal break-evens oil prices will continue to converge with actual prices.
As a result, a number of economies (including) Algeria, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Yemen, have fiscal break-even prices above the projected oil price for 2014," it added.
To work out break-even sales--take fixed costs of $30,000, divided by the gross margin of 60 percent, which gives a figure of $50,000.
Since inception, Insurance House has recorded exceptional results, starting with its successful first post-crisis IPO in the UAE back in Q1 2011, and achieving operating break-even in less than 12 months, as opposed to the projected break-even by the end of the second full year of operations according to the IPO Prospectus.
We think the region is well positioned to cope with a global slowdown given the high level of savings, progress on corporate deleveraging, more robust banking systems and a still reasonable regional fiscal break-even oil price of $80 per barrel.
While it is estimated at only around $ 41 for Qatar, the break-even price is as high as $ 94 for Ecuador and about $ 76 for Saudi Arabia, the world's largest oil exporter, said the report by the Arab Petroleum Investment Corporation (Apicorp), an affiliate of the Organization of Arab Petroleum Exporting Countries.
Despite heavy investment in new routes, fleet and infrastructure, the airline will reach full break-even by 2011, leading to full profitability from 2012.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 15, 2010--Exiqon guides for EBITDA break-even in 2011(C)2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.