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(corporate finance) the amount, expressed as a percentage, that is earned on a company's total capital calculated by dividing the total capital into earnings before interest, taxes, or dividends are paid

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TCO values inclusion and expects all of its personnel and contractor employees to respect the diversity of others and refrain from discrimination of any kind.
The company said total air emissions generated per ton of oil produced have been reduced by 73 percent since 2000, even as annual crude oil production has grown by 2.7 times as a result of TCO's investments in capital programs and equipment reliability.
With these strategic imperatives, we worked to identify the best partners for both equipment and technology by leveraging TCO to systematically evaluate differentiators between vendors.
OFAC also designated a network of four individuals and three entities across three jurisdictions - Laos, Thailand, and Hong Kong - for materially assisting, sponsoring, or providing financial, material, or technological support for, or goods or services to or in support of, the Zhao Wei TCO, or for being owned or controlled by persons designated as part of this action.
Reliability and year-round minimised maintenance is another inherent factor in ensuring reduced TCO. By maximising availability through 100% operating uptime, customers can rest assured they are getting optimum value from their investment.
The 2011-15 expansion work was a major development for the TCO partners at Tengiz including ExxonMobil, the state-owned KazMunaiGaz (KMG) and LUKoil having urged implementation of this project for more than a decade.
Earlier, Kazakh Energy Minister Kanat Bozumbayev said in an interview with the Wall Street Journal that the TCO Consortium plans to allocate up to $37 billion, starting from 2017 for production build-up at the Tengiz oil field.
Prior to joining TCO, Betteridge worked for AGR, initially appointed as a business development manager in 2008.
"Since 1993, TCO's paid $106.9 billion to the Republic of Kazakhstan."ADVERTISING
The first TCO that the FSC executed put them on the road at night for more than 8 hours, and planning for the mission was nonexistent.
I've heard an awful lot recently about the total cost of ownership, or TCO as the financial types like to call it.
The number of active layers establishes a commitment between low cost and maximum efficiency, nevertheless, a minimum number is needed to get a useful superstrate efficient solar cell: a transparent conductive oxide (TCO), an active semiconducting window, a semiconducting absorber, and a back contact.
It boasts a TCO that is less than one-quarter of the TCO of a toner-based color printer.
This paper presents the findings of one such research study on Organizational Effectiveness of Data Centers, with a specific focus on Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), as a key determinant of effectiveness.