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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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These charts cover the capital costs of investment in sinter, coke, DRI, blast furnaces, BOF plants, EAFs, induction furnaces, slab casting, billet and bloom casting, heavy plate, hot rolled coil, cold rolled coil, hot dip galvanised sheet, tin plate, organic coated sheet, heavy sections, steel bar, wire rod, drawn wire, welded tube, seamless tube, pellets, washed coal, lime, PCI, air separation, power plant and more," he added.
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.
Medicare capital costs consist of Medicare's share of a hospital's depreciation and interest expenses, plus capital-related insurance costs, property taxes, leases, and rent.
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Generally, capital costs are the obligation of the landlord and not included in operating expenses.
Selective processes can dramatically improve the value of the resources, and improved operational methods can significantly reduce the complexity and capital costs required.
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.
As 1999 unfolds, REITs will be much more focused on their existing portfolios for earnings improvements in the form of increased occupancy, higher rents, and lower operating and capital costs.
Department of Energy has identified electrolyzer capital costs as a major barrier to the competitiveness of hydrogen fuel for transportation.

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