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optionality

(ˌɒpʃəˈnælɪtɪ)
n
(Linguistics) linguistics the determination of whether or not a grammatical rule can be used
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The proposed expansion would increase Tulsa-based Magellan's capability to transport refined petroleum products, such as gasoline and diesel fuel, from Gulf Coast refineries to demand centers in Abilene, Midland/Odessa and El Paso, Texas, with further optionality to access markets in New Mexico and Arizona, as well as international markets in Mexico via connections to other pipelines owned by Magellan and third parties.
The proposed expansion would increase Magellan's capability to transport refined petroleum products, such as gasoline and diesel fuel, from Gulf Coast refineries to demand centers in Abilene, Midland/Odessa and El Paso, Texas, with further optionality to access markets in the states of New Mexico and Arizona, as well as international markets in Mexico via connections to other pipelines owned by Magellan and third parties.
The 'AA+' rating on VBDA obligations reflects the slightly higher degree of optionality associated with appropriation payments to be made by the city compared to the IDR.
The system provides access and optionality to multiple crude oil producers and end markets and consists of the RIO Pipeline System and the RIO Hub.
With its corporate headquarters in Dallas and an acquisition office in Denver, Peregrine is dedicated to providing value and optionality to royalty owners to maximize the value of their properties.
The Kirkland Lake property package enhances our current mineral reserves and offers near-term exploration upside, while the Hammond Reef project provides good optionality to a potential rise in the gold price.
The Kirkland Lake property package enhances its current mineral reserves and offers near-term exploration upside, while the Hammond Reef project provides good optionality to a potential rise in the gold price.
The ten-month term of the new agreement was selected to align supply agreements with the calendar year contract window customary in the industry and to preserve optionality for optimal contracting at higher gas volumes from 2019.
His background and experience in both the biopharmaceutical industry and investment banking will be helpful as we progress our pipeline and expand our optionality in 2018 and beyond.
We argued that the economic growth would rise, primarily benefiting cyclical companies which dominate the convertibles market, and that global political and economic uncertainty would drive up equity volatility which benefits convertibles versus stocks due to the optionality of the asset class.
First Interstate president and CEO, Kevin Riley, said, 'As we continue to execute on our intended growth strategy and identify potential opportunities for expansion, we recognise that access to additional capital and the ability to provide opportunities for institutional investors to access First Interstate capital stock could be beneficial, and we have filed this shelf registration statement to give us that optionality.
No other organization combines the practitioner's perspective we've gleaned in coaching thousands of firms over the years with the optionality to become a Barron's-caliber business overnight; and the rebranding of Carson Group simply brings that differentiator to the forefront," said Aaron Schaben, managing partner at Carson Group Partners, in a statement.