We also expect the amount of debt at these entities to gradually fall as projects mature, operating performance improves with easing curtailment
rates and project debt amortises.
The chief engineer believed that this year's curtailment
schedule will have lot of respite for the Valley consumers.
When facing a potential curtailment
period, facilities and plants have to consider more than simply losing natural gas supply--the cost of natural gas must also be considered.
These are both necessary for accurate predictions of demand spikes and delivering the correct amount of energy curtailment
to each piece of equipment you operate.
Hyatt Hotels in New York City; Jersey City, New Brunswick, and Morristown, in New Jersey; Fairfax, Virginia; and Greenville South Carolina; have participated in demand response curtailment
programmes during a current heat wave, and have saved around 760 kW of electricity in a day.
The association said that the curtailment
plan would badly hit CNG sector in the militancy-stricken province where scores of CNG stations had already been closed because of continuous suspension of gas and security concerns.
The 2002 loss was reduced by a small increase in sales volume along with operating curtailments
at high cost pulp facilities, dropping to a loss of C$ 127 million, compared to a loss of C $207 million in 2001.
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of both halves
Major war necessarily results in the curtailment
of civil liberties.
A practical method for tracking the effect of curtailment
announcements on lumber supply is described and tested.
of load during periods of increased usage pushes the demand curve back to stable price levels.
They attribute this to a war-related curtailment
of normal oil production and transport--activities that typically dump some 2 million barrels of oil into Gulf waters annually.