Elk Point definition

Elk Point means Elk Point Resources Inc., a predecessor corporation of Canetic, incorporated under the CBCA.
Elk Point means the Town of Elk Point,
Elk Point means Elk Point Resources Inc., a predecessor corporation of Acclaim Energy West Inc., incorporated under the CBCA;

Examples of Elk Point in a sentence

  • The Northern Alberta CGU includes the Pelican Lake and Elk Point producing assets and other emerging assets in the exploration and evaluation stage.

  • The Prairie Evaporite Formation forms part of the Elk Point Basin, a sub-basin of the Williston Basin centered on the northwest corner of North Dakota.

  • The same beds mined on the west side of Saskatoon are mined over 100 km to the east and can be traced into Manitoba, North Dakota and Montana.The Prairie Evaporite Formation forms part of the Elk Point Basin, a sub-basin of the Williston Basin centered on the northwest corner of North Dakota.

  • The Prairie Evaporite Formation forms part of the Elk Point Basin, a sub-basin of the Williston Basin centred on the northwest corner of North Dakota.

  • Representing a Tri- State Council of Governments, SIMPCO staff has included discussions regarding access by Iowa residents to services located in South Sioux City, Nebraska (as serviced by SCTS) and the Southern portion of Union County, South Dakota as serviced in part by SCTS (North Sioux City) and SRTS (Dakota Dunes, McCook Lake, Jefferson, Elk Point) in this plan.

  • The size, slope, alignment, materials of construction of all sanitary sewers and sewer connections and the methods to be used in excavating, placing of the pipe, jointing, testing and backfilling the trench, shall all conform to the requirements of the building and plumbing code or other applicable rules and regulations of the City of Elk Point and the State of South Dakota.

  • In relation to the Acquisition, Rule 921(4)(b)(ii) of the Listing Manual states that an opinion from an independent financial adviser is not required for an interested person transaction if the transaction involves the purchase of real property and if (i) the consideration for the purchase or sale is in cash, (ii) an independent professional valuation has been obtained for the purpose of the purchase of the property and (iii) the valuation of such property is disclosed in the circular.

  • The Northern Alberta CGU included the Pelican Lake and Elk Point producing assets and other emerging assets in the exploration and evaluation stage.

  • The minimum payable each month shall be the demand charge, but not less than $210.00 per month, which may be adjusted by resolution by the Elk Point City Council.

  • At the base of the Beaverhill Lake Group, the Elk Point Group is comprised of restricted marine carbonate and evaporite that gradationally overlies the Watt Mountain Formation (Mossop and Shetson, 1994).


More Definitions of Elk Point

Elk Point means Elk Point Resources Inc., a predecessor corporation of Acclaim Energy West Inc. which is a predecessor to AEI, incorporated under the CBCA;

Related to Elk Point

  • H-point means the pivot centre of the torso and thigh of the H-point machine when installed in a vehicle seat in accordance with Annex 3. Once determined in accordance with the procedure described in Annex 3, the "H" point is considered fixed in relation to the seat-cushion structure and is considered to move with it when the seat is adjusted in the X direction.

  • R-point means a reference point defined for each seat by the manufacturer in relation to the vehicle's structure, as indicated in Annex 6 to Regulation No.94

  • Flash point means the minimum temperature at which a liquid will give off sufficient vapor to form an ignitable mixture with air near the surface of the liquid or within the test vessel.

  • Focal point means the entity of a Party referred to in Article 5 responsible for receiving and submitting information as provided for in Articles 13 and 16;

  • Cogeneration unit means a unit that has equipment used to produce electric energy and forms of useful thermal energy (such as heat or steam) for industrial, commercial, heating or cooling purposes, through the sequential use of energy.

  • Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuel means diesel fuel that has a sulfur content of no more than fifteen parts per

  • CO2 means carbon dioxide.

  • Interconnection Point means the point(s) of connection(s) at which the project is connected to the grid i.e. it shall be at 11 / 22 kV bus bar level of substation of MSEDCL.

  • CBM means Capacity Benefit Margin.

  • Destination Point means the delivery point(s) on Carrier’s System where Product is delivered to Shipper, as such points are specified in Section III of this tariff.

  • Origin Point means the receipt/inception point(s) where Product is received into the System, as such points are specified in Section III of this tariff.

  • Injection Point means the Electric Interconnection Point.

  • production unit means the Barrow Island Lease together with those facilities reasonably and properly required for the production of a saleable petroleum commodity from petroleum from the Barrow Island Lease, including without limitation the tanker‑loading pipeline from the Barrow Island Lease and the associated mooring facilities;

  • Supply Point means the point of connection between the licensed network and your apparatus or equipment.

  • Demarcation Point means the point where Qwest owned or controlled facilities cease, and CLEC, End User Customer, premises owner or landlord ownership or control of facilities begin. "Designed, Verified and Assigned Date" or "DVA" means the date on which implementation groups are to report that all documents and materials have been received and are complete.

  • Rechargeable Electrical Energy Storage System (REESS) means the rechargeable energy storage system that provides electric energy for electrical propulsion.

  • Dyed diesel fuel means diesel fuel that meets the dyeing and marking requirements of 26 U.S.C.

  • Ethanol blended gasoline means the same as defined in Iowa Code section 214A.1.

  • Exit Point means a border control post or any other place designated by a Member State where animals, falling within the scope of Regulation (EC) No 1/2005, leave the customs territory of the Union;

  • Measurement Point means the Measurement Device that the Parties have agreed in writing will measure the volume of Product moving through the Individual System.

  • Pipeline means any pipe, pipes, or pipelines used for the intrastate transportation or transmission of any solid, liquid, or gaseous substance, except water.

  • Delivery Point means the point(s) of connection(s) at which energy is delivered into the Grid System i.e. the Interconnection Point.

  • LNG means liquefied natural gas.

  • Network Supply Point or “NSP” means a point of connection between:

  • Fossil fuel-fired means, with regard to a unit:

  • Pipeline System means the Petroleum receipt, delivery, pipeline, pumping, monitoring, control and ancillary facilities owned by Carrier commencing at or near Hardisty, Alberta and terminating at the international boundary at or near Haskett, Manitoba which are connected to the Keystone US Pipeline System, as such facilities may be modified, expanded or extended from time to time.