Another reason to keep an upper hand: Russia also funnels oil to Europe via a pipeline that runs directly through Ukraine.
At this point, there are three options before the midnight Dec. 31 deadline for the payroll and pipeline deal.
In March 2013, the Senate passed a similar Hoeven amendment, 62-37, approving the Keystone pipeline.
The condensate is then supposed to be routed into the pipeline system that delivers the crude to the nearby refinery.
There are surely more applications in the pipeline, but these early numbers are anemic.
Why, brother, Mr. pipeline understands it a great deal better than you do.
At the end of this pipeline was a big pile of wet sand from the lake.
A pipeline from the oilfields at Stalin (formerly Kucove) transmits the oil to the port of Vlore.
The Senate has already passed the truth-in-lending bill, the fire safety bill, and the pipeline safety laws.
Naputul ang kuniksyun sa túbu, The connection in the pipeline broke.
Directly communicated: a pipeline review
A sequence of functional units ("stages") which performs a task in several steps, like an assembly line in a factory. Each functional unit takes inputs and produces outputs which are stored in its output buffer. One stage's output buffer is the next stage's input buffer. This arrangement allows all the stages to work in parallel thus giving greater throughput than if each input had to pass through the whole pipeline before the next input could enter.
The costs are greater latency and complexity due to the need to synchronise the stages in some way so that different inputs do not interfere. The pipeline will only work at full efficiency if it can be filled and emptied at the same rate that it can process.
Pipelines may be synchronous or asynchronous. A synchronous pipeline has a master clock and each stage must complete its work within one cycle. The minimum clock period is thus determined by the slowest stage. An asynchronous pipeline requires handshaking between stages so that a new output is not written to the interstage buffer before the previous one has been used.
Many CPUs are arranged as one or more pipelines, with different stages performing tasks such as fetch instruction, decode instruction, fetch arguments, arithmetic operations, store results. For maximum performance, these rely on a continuous stream of instructions fetched from sequential locations in memory. Pipelining is often combined with instruction prefetch in an attempt to keep the pipeline busy.
When a branch is taken, the contents of early stages will contain instructions from locations after the branch which should not be executed. The pipeline then has to be flushed and reloaded. This is known as a pipeline break.