Basin. Cattle are free to walk outside in open free stall barns. ** If warranted by current or future use, mechanically ventilated barns may be monitored. Methods
Basin. One white coloured basin and other accessories at living/dining will be provided.
Basin. We own four crude oil and black oil storage facilities in the Los Angeles area with a total of 8 million barrels of storage capacity in commercial service and a distribution pipeline system of approximately 50 miles of pipeline in the Los Angeles Basin. We use the Los Angeles area storage and distribution system to service the storage and distribution needs of refining, pipeline and marine terminal facilities in the Los Angeles Basin. Our Los Angeles area system’s pipeline distribution assets connect our storage assets with major refineries and third-party pipelines and marine terminals in the Los Angeles Basin.
Basin. 36° the border and extending for its full length, is divided into Bordertown Nhill 22 Zones with 11 zones in each state (as shown in Figure 1). Zone Zone 7A 7B Kaniva Zone Zone Lacepede Bay 6A 6B Zone Zone Kingston 5A 5B g r e v Naracoorte Zone Zone Edenhope OTWAY l e n i e l R G 4A 4B Zone Zone Penola 3B 3A DUNDAS PLATEAU Zone Zone Casterton 2A 2B Mt Gambier BASIN Zone Zone 2014 1A 1B 38° Portland Figure 1 Zones of the Designated Area 201088-001 Blue Lake Key features of the Agreement are: Permissible Annual Volumes • The Agreement allows for a Permissible Annual Volume to be set for each aquifer in a zone. Each state can allocate groundwater for licensed use up to a limit specified as the Permissible Annual Volume in each Zone of the Designated Area. The amount of groundwater available in each Zone has been calculated taking into account the local hydrogeology.
Basin. We own five crude oil and refined product storage facilities in the Los Angeles area with a total of 10 million barrels of storage capacity and a distribution pipeline system of approximately 70 miles of pipeline in the Los Angeles Basin. Approximately 9 million barrels of the storage capacity are used for commercial service and 1 million barrels are used primarily for throughput to other storage tanks and for displacement oil and do not generate revenue independently. We use the Los Angeles area storage and distribution system to service the storage and distribution needs of the refining, pipeline and marine terminal industries in the Los Angeles Basin. The Los Angeles area system’s pipeline distribution assets connect its storage assets with major refineries, our Line 2000 pipeline, and third-party pipelines and marine terminals in the Los Angeles Basin. The system is capable of loading and off-loading marine shipments at a rate of 25,000 barrels per hour and transporting the product directly to or from certain refineries, other pipelines or its storage facilities. In addition, we can deliver crude oil and feedstocks from our storage facilities to the refineries served by this system at rates of up to 6,000 barrels per hour.
Basin. Whirlpool choosing this building is proof that distribution buildings in the Inland Empire continue to grow ever larger and move further outside the Los Angeles Basin, due in large part to the changes in the finished goods inventories impacting the industry’s requirements for fewer and larger warehouses.” — Xxx Xxxxxx, senior vice president, Xxxxx Xxxx LaSalle
Basin. The Niobrara G&P system provides midstream services for the DJ Basin reportable segment. Volume throughput for our DJ Basin reportable segment follows. DJ Basin Year ended December 31, Percentage Change 2019 2018 2017 2019 v. 2018 2018 v. 2017 Average daily throughput (MMcf/d) 27 17 13 59 % 31 % Volume throughput in 2019 increased compared to the year ended December 31, 2018, primarily as a result of ongoing drilling and completion activity across our service area partially offset by natural production declines. Volume throughput in 2018 increased compared to the year ended December 31, 2017, primarily as a result of ongoing drilling and completion activity across our service area. Financial data for our DJ Basin reportable segment follows. DJ Basin Year ended December 31, Percentage Change 2019 2018 2017 2019 v. 2018 2018 v. 2017 (Dollars in thousands) Revenues: Gathering services and related fees $ 21,940 $ 11,251 $ 8,918 95 % 26 % Natural gas, NGLs and condensate sales 389 371 398 5 % (7 %) Other revenues 3,721 3,672 2,544 1 % 44 % Total revenues 26,050 15,294 11,860 70 % 29 % Costs and expenses: Cost of natural gas and NGLs 34 45 17 (24 %) 165 % Operation and maintenance 7,616 6,482 5,001 17 % 30 % General and administrative 315 647 218 (51 %) 197 % Depreciation and amortization 3,732 3,133 2,636 19 % 19 % Loss on asset sales — — 3 * * Long-lived asset impairment 34,913 9 — * * Total costs and expenses 46,610 10,316 7,875 352 % 31 % Add: Depreciation and amortization 3,732 3,133 2,636 Adjustments related to capital reimbursement activity 583 (562 ) — Loss on asset sales — — 3 Long-lived asset impairment 34,913 9 — Segment adjusted EBITDA $ 18,668 $ 7,558 $ 6,624 147 % 14 % * Not considered meaningful Year ended December 31, 2019. Segment adjusted EBITDA increased $11.1 million compared to the year ended December 31, 2018, primarily reflecting: • a $10.7 million increase in gathering services and related fees primarily as a result of volume growth from ongoing drilling and completion activity, a more favorable volume and gathering rate mix from customers, and the commissioning of our new natural gas processing plant in June 2019. This was partially offset by natural production declines. • a $1.1 million increase in operation and maintenance expense primarily due to higher costs to support volume growth. Other items to note: • During the quarter ended March 31, 2019, we impaired certain long-lived assets in the DJ Basin (see Note 5 to the consolidated fi...
Basin. The Penganga catchment is feather shaped with length about twice the average width. Upper reaches of the basin lie on the plateau and is covered by forest in lower reaches. The terrain of the basin is a rolling terrain with natural slope of the ground and rock outcrops. Command area Adilabad district is situated between East longitudes 77o 47 ` to 80o 0'' and North latitudes 18o 40` to 19o 56`. Andhra Pradesh portion of the command lies entirely in Adilabad district. The command area is rolling and undulating. The Sahayadri parvat or Satnala range traverses the district from the north-west to the south-east for about 281km. In this range, the Mahbubghat is the highest peak. In the eastern portion of the district some hills and hillocks of minor importance are found.
Basin. Certain information in this document has been omitted and filed separately with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Confidential treatment has been requested with respect to the omitted portions.