It provides a measure of price (or cost) per unit of harvest volume (which is a break-even price), as measured on the vertical axis of an economic supply
Whether we are drilling more wells in our source fields, adding compression and the related supply facilities, or building new distribution infrastructure, we recognize that this business is a long-term investment for all parties; reliable and economic supply
These activities are precarious, however, and tying the economic supply
to one source has seen some towns suffer, particularly in the recent financial crisis.
But once the oil is brought to shore, it will creep into the world's economic supply
chain unnoticed by consumers.
The GPC also approved the opening of an office for economic supply
The report complements the consultation document that National Grid issued in June which highlighted the different solutions available to ensure a safe, secure and economic supply
of electricity is maintained.
A tonnage war is a naval strategy designed to disrupt the enemy's economic supply
chain by destroying merchant shipping.
Tomber also includes a discussion of the pottery's contribution to debates about the production, consumption, and transport of commodities in Roman Egypt, and, in particular, the economic supply
system in place in the Eastern Desert during the period of Roman rule.
In order to shed light on the issues of stable and economic supply
we think it quite important to carry out the feasibility study for production in Brazil and for export marketing.
One doesn't have to study the intricacies of economic supply
and demand to see that we have a formula for major consolidation.
The DEA comprises a vast network of offices, ranging from the Office for Consumer Matters and the Office for National Economic Supply
to the Office for Agriculture and the Competition Commission.