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Feb 14 2020

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Acreage

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Definition of acreage

Examples of acreage in a Sentence

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Before a final investment decision on any energy field is made, companies must scrutinize the state’s overall investment climate, in other words, taxes, regulatory challenges and access to acreage. — Bill Corbus, Anchorage Daily News, “Alaska’s current oil tax and royalty rates are fair. The Legislature shouldn’t change them.,” 25 Mar. 2018 But ambitions to increase the acreage of the state forest system and to bolster efforts to help private timberland owners to sustainably manage their land have been hampered by a shrinking budget. — Emily Hopkins, Indianapolis Star, “Can cutting trees be good for Indiana forests? Or is it just about timber profits?,” 11 Feb. 2018 This factors in both the number of national parks per capita and the acreage of the national parks per capita. — Stephen Koff, cleveland.com, “Ohio is way down the list of states affected by the government shutdown,” 22 Jan. 2018 Its tight play—the entire course covers only about one-third the acreage of Augusta—and treacherous bunkers set up perfectly for his brand of consistent play and crafty shot shaping. — Harry Hurt, Town & Country, “T&C Profile: Luke Donald,” 8 Apr. 2014 Places in the country, complete with mature fruit trees and vines, might set you back four or five times as much, depending on the acreage, ease of access and whether water and electricity are already connected. — Albion Land, WSJ, “If You’re Thinking About Retiring in Spain,” 20 Nov. 2018 Wyoming Jackson Hole The mountain has also been extending its reach to beginner and intermediate skiers, with 50 percent of the acreage groomed for those levels. — Alex Postman, Condé Nast Traveler, “If You’re Skiing the Rockies This Winter, Read This First,” 4 Dec. 2018 These are separate deals and are not considered a traditional acreage swap. — Jordan Blum, Houston Chronicle, “ConocoPhillips, BP swap Alaska and North Sea assets,” 3 July 2018 Additionally, cheaper acreage and improved crude transportation have made the area more attractive than some other major shale fields. — Stephanie Yang, WSJ, “The Hottest Oil Trade Is No Longer in Texas,” 9 Oct. 2018

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