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capital costs

An enterprise’s financial liabilities—e.g., depreciation, interest, leases and rentals, taxes and insurance—on tangible (capital) assets (e.g., physical plant and equipment).
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Typical reasons for variations in per-tonne steel sector capital costs are outlined.
This would cover pay-and- display running costs and pay back the capital cost of introducing the new system within a year.
Capital cost is estimated at about $6,500-7,500 per daily barrel over a period of 25 years and $4,500-5,000 over 8-10 years.
This information quantifies the extent to which capital costs are more variable than operating costs.
A procedure to estimate operating and capital costs for each provider (capital costs are converted to annual costs by assuming that the physician takes a loan and pays principal and interest charges).
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The capital costs are the assets that make the office building a functioning piece of real estate.
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Selecting the right melting furnace for a nonferrous foundry requires, first, an accurate analysis of expected melting and capital costs associated with energy usage, materials, refractories, labor, maintenance and pollution controls.
As part of ongoing negotiations between the Trust and Burlington Resources Oil & Gas Company LP concerning revenue and expense audit issues, this month's distribution calculation includes $59,021 in interest, a deduction from lease operating expense of $583,725, and a $185,210 credit to capital costs as a result of the granting of certain audit exceptions for the period 2003-2005.
Assess wind power generation costs and analysis C including capital costs and levelized costs.

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