Conventional project

Conventional project

A project with a negative initial cash flow (cash outflow), which is expected to be followed by one or more future positive cash flows (cash inflows).
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Conventional Project

A project that currently has negative cash flow but is expected one day to have positive cash flow. The length of time it takes for a conventional project to go from negative to positive cash flow largely determines its success.
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The Company plans to accelerate the licensing and permitting of the Roca Honda Project, a large, high-grade conventional project in New Mexico, with the Record of Decision currently scheduled to be completed in 2021.
Under the EPCI contracts, the British-Indian consortium will deliver conventional project work in the shallow water offshore field for the kingdom's oil company.
Under the terms of the contract, the two companies will deliver conventional project in shallow water offshore Saudi Arabia.
"You've got a much lower loan-to-cost (ratio) than you do on a conventional project. You still need cash flow.
Fourth-quarter 2018 production is expected to be 1,275 to 1,315 MBOED, reflecting the completion of seasonal turnarounds, growth from several conventional project startups and ongoing development in the unconventionals.
His responsibilities include expanding the bank's business in conventional project financing and affordable housing.
Berry is responsible for expanding Five Star Bank's business in both conventional project financing as well as affordable housing.
There could be some irony in a shakeout coming as Guerrilla Development gears up for its biggest, most conventional project yet: Atomic Orchard Experiment, which features 86 units of housing over five retail storefronts.
However, for the remaining eligible projects and infrastructure corporate financings, capital markets present a viable financing tool for sukuk and conventional project as well as infrastructure financing.
In addition to conventional project financing, the sector is seeing financial innovation to help facilitate and provide the investments required in the long term, including the Dh100 billion Dubai Green Fund, which will support the Shams Dubai initiative, a programme aimed at facilitating the installation of rooftop solar panels.
Conventional project financing such as bank lending or IPOs will become more difficult, and developers will have to look for alternative funding mechanisms such as joint ventures, refinancing, public private partnerships (PPPs) and co-investment vehicles.
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