core stack

core stack

[′kȯr ‚stak]
(electronics)
A number of core arrays, next to one another and treated as a unit.
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With Rating Outlook Stable, the upgrade reflects Newfield's continued development of its core STACK position with development project results in-line with or above the three-year plan type curve helping support multi-year production expectations and mitigate operational execution risks.
Completion of this asset divestiture allows Gastar to redirect funds from a non-core asset to the drilling of operated Osage and Meramec wells on our 67,000 net surface acres in our core STACK position, added its SVP and CFO Michael A.
"This divestiture of our WEHLU assets should provide Gastar with sufficient liquidity to fund our core STACK acreage development plan through 201, said J.
TCP/IP core stack. In order to deliver corporate-level network reliability, the TCP/IP networking stack from the Windows 2000 family was ported to the code base of Windows ME.
has a farm-in agreement through its Oklahoma STACK Joint Venture to participate in the drilling of between two and five horizontal wells in Major County, near the Tulsa-based companys core STACK operating area, with a private operator.
Newfield's core STACK acreage has exhibited an oil mix generally in the 60%-80% range.
However, in the core toggle method, all cavity and core stacks are identical and create a finished multi-material product on every cycle.