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a The natural gas plant liquid (NGPL) composite spotprice, shown in dollars per million Btu ($/MMBtu), is derived from daily Bloomberg spot price data for natural gas plant liquids at Mont Belvieu, Texas, weighted by gas processing plant production volumes of each product as reported on Form EIA‐816, Monthly Natural Gas Liquids Report. See

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  • Soybean Crush Prices and Soybean Crush Futures Prices
    Soybean Crush Prices and Soybean Crush Futures Prices

    Oct 19, 2016 Oct 19, 2016 The All Futures page lists all open contracts for the commodity you've selected.Intraday futures prices are delayed 10 minutes, per exchange rules, and are listed in CST. Overnight (Globex) prices are shown on the page through to 7pm CT, after which time it will list only trading activity for the next day

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  • Dehydrated Fruits and Vegetables Plant
    Dehydrated Fruits and Vegetables Plant

    3 11. Project Detail 20 Table 6 Total Project Cost 20 12. Projected Income Statement 21 13. Key Assumptions 22 14. Disclaimer 24

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  • Soybean Crush Reference Guide - CME Group
    Soybean Crush Reference Guide - CME Group

    Soybean Crush Reference Guide 3 INTRODUCTION In the soybean industry, the term ‘crush’ refers both to a physical process as well as a value calculation. The physical crush is the process of converting soybeans into the by-products of soybean meal and soybean oil. The crush spread is a dollar value quoted as the difference

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  • Feasibility of Building a Soybean Crush Facility in Louisiana
    Feasibility of Building a Soybean Crush Facility in Louisiana

    the Midwest crushing plants to lower transportation costs. For a soybean crusher in Louisiana, being able to sell the ... crush plant, without an attached refinery, would be hindered if it was not able to deliver at market rates to the Ventura ... Net Income After Taxes 0.140.15 0.16 0.13 0.10 Amount Available for Term Principal usd/bu

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  • commodity products TRADING THE CORN FOR
    commodity products TRADING THE CORN FOR

    Step 2 – Subtract the cost of corn from the combined sales value of the products: Ethanol + DDGs ($4.928 + $0.893): $5.821 – Corn – $3.590 ... plants may elect to expand on the corn crush by including Natural Gas as an additional cost component. Although this text mentions different common ratios that can be used, it is the

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  • Crushing Equipment Purchase Price Means Less Than You
    Crushing Equipment Purchase Price Means Less Than You

    Jun 18, 2013 Jun 18, 2013 Calculating the cost of downtime: Cost of Labour (3 people @$20.00 per hour) $60.00 per hour. +. Lost Revenue (250 TPH x $2.50 per Ton) $625.00 per hour. =. $685.00 Per Hour. Based on a 12 hour production day, this translates to a daily cost of downtime of $8,220 if you have no downstream processes the crusher feeds

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  • The Value of Soybean Oil in the Soybean Crush: Further
    The Value of Soybean Oil in the Soybean Crush: Further

    The crush margin is simply the difference between revenue and cost (soybeans), Margin = ($6.93 + $4.43) – $9.36 = $1.32 per bushel. Note that the crush margin computed in this manner is the gross margin of the soybean processor. All other variable and fixed costs have to

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  • Crushing Plant Design and Layout Considerations
    Crushing Plant Design and Layout Considerations

    The largest primary gyratory crushers cost US $2 million or more, while overall crushing plant costs can be as high as $18 million. It’s necessary therefore to estimate crusher installation costs based on equipment costs plus the following direct costs, including construction contractor indirects: •

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  • Classification of Manufacturing Costs and Expenses
    Classification of Manufacturing Costs and Expenses

    Expired costs are always shown on the income statement as deductions from revenue. Expired costs may be thought of as that portion of the asset value benefitting current operations. It is helpful to think of expired costs as former assets values. To illustrate, supplies expense is an expired cost. The cost allocated to supplies expense, of

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  • Kinnow Processing Plant - National Bank of Pakistan
    Kinnow Processing Plant - National Bank of Pakistan

    estimated at Rs. 70.21 million. This project suggests a plant with capacity of processing 10 tons of Kinnow per hour. This means, that for a total season of 135 days, a total of 10,800 tons of Kinnow can be processed, if the plant runs at 8 hours per day. The estimated income varies from 24 million to 44 million per annum from first to tenth

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  • Potential U.S. Production and Processing For example
    Potential U.S. Production and Processing For example

    Total variable costs 371.30 69.76 Fixed costs: Land rent 150.00 30.00 Insurance, machinery and equipment 3.00 0.60 Irrigation system, depre-ciation and interest 44.00 8.80 Machinery and equipment, depreciation and interest 48.00 9.60 Total 245.00 49.00 Total production costs 616.30 118.76 Gross income (yield = 5 tons/acre)5 375.00

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  • The Wine Industry Audit Technique Guide - IRS tax
    The Wine Industry Audit Technique Guide - IRS tax

    the appropriate cost centers. Second, certain G&A costs must be allocated to all the other cost centers. Finally, production costs (crush, fermentation, aging, and bottling costs) must be capitalized to inventory while the balance of costs (remaining G&A and marketing) is deducted currently

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  • NGL 101- The Basics
    NGL 101- The Basics

    Impact of Gas Plant Technology Plant technology determines the limit of the NGL’s that can actually be recovered from the gas: “Lean oil” plant NGL recoveries Least efficient for ethane, propane 99% butanes and C5+, 65-75% propane, only 15-30% ethane Refrigeration plants (use propane to “chill” the gas to remove more NGL) More efficient

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  • Calculating Production Costs – Per Acre, Ton, Bushel, etc
    Calculating Production Costs – Per Acre, Ton, Bushel, etc

    The profit at the budgeted price ($1.80 per bushel) and yield (150 bushels per acre) is at center of the table and is -$21.44. This is the same value as shown on the bottom line in Figure 4. If the price was $1.98 per bushel and the yield the same, the profit would be $5.56 per acre

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  • Small Winery Investment and Operating Costs
    Small Winery Investment and Operating Costs

    Plant and office equipment represent the majority of a winery’s investment costs (Table 3). Investment costs for plant and office equipment range from 49 to 56 percent of total investment. The reason the plant and office investment cost is much higher than any other costs is because it

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  • Soybean Crush Outlook • farmdoc daily
    Soybean Crush Outlook • farmdoc daily

    Apr 20, 2020 Apr 20, 2020 Todd Hubbs • Todd Hubbs • Soybean crush pace picked up substantially in February and March. Crush remains a bright spot for soybean use as exports continue to disappoint. The USDA raised the crush forecast in April to 2.125 billion bushels, up 20 million bushels over the March forecast. Disruptions in meat supply chains, both foreign and domestic, may blunt further

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  • USDA ERS - Commodity Costs and Returns
    USDA ERS - Commodity Costs and Returns

    USDA has estimated annual production costs and returns and published accounts for major field crop and livestock enterprises since 1975. Cost and return estimates are reported for the United States and major production regions for corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton, grain sorghum, rice, peanuts, oats, barley, milk, hogs, and cow-calf. These cost and return accounts are historical accounts based

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  • Detailed Project Report (DPR) : Coconut
    Detailed Project Report (DPR) : Coconut

    2. Project Cost 51-52 3. Means of Finance 53 4. Investment in Horticulture 54 5. Key financial Indicators 54 6. Project Financing 55 1. Rate of Interest do 2. Percentage of Term loan against total project cost do 3. Internal Rate of Return (IRR) do 4. Cost of Production and Profitability do 5. Yield and Sales Chart do 6. Proposed Balance Sheet

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  • A More User-Friendly Way to Track Liquidity
    A More User-Friendly Way to Track Liquidity

    Jun 22, 2016 Jun 22, 2016 Option 1: Increase Permanent Capital – Raise Prices/Improve Earnings. Under the NBP framework, permanent capital is the major funding source for the long-term and operational needs of a firm. The natural inclination is to seek outside financing, however, this is costly in both interest costs and time

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  • Soybean Nov '21 Futures Contract Specifications
    Soybean Nov '21 Futures Contract Specifications

    The distribution tables for U.S. soybeans for the 2019/20 marketing year show that 52.56% of U.S. soybean usage went for crush, 44.3% went for exports, and 3.2% for seed, feed, and residual. The quantity of U.S. soybeans that will go for crushing is expected

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