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Houston Pain Management Expert Dr. Yusuf Mosuro Discusses Picking out the Best… — BELLAIRE, Texas, Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ —
Mosuro wants patients to know that mattresses have an expiration. The general rule is to get a replacement after eight years of use. This is because the constant weight of a person night after night can gradually warp the material inside depending on the type of mattress. Moreover, skin and sweat build up inside of the mattress, making the growth of bacteria more prevalent. Occasionally, a mattress can be flipped over to increase its practical use, especially those made from more traditional materials. No matter which mattress is selected, people should make careful considerations in regards to the level of support that it offers.
Constellation Energy Partners Reports Second Quarter 2014 Results; Updates Activity Planned with Sanchez Oil & Gas | Business Wire
The balance of the companys second quarter 2014 revenue came from hedge settlements ($1.2 million), services provided to third parties ($0.9 million), and losses on mark-to-market activities ($5.9 million), which is a non-cash item. For the year-to-date, revenue from sales and hedge settlements totaled $33.1 million, which is 28% higher than the same six month period of 2013. Operating costs, which include lease operating expenses, production taxes and general and administrative expenses, net of certain non-cash items and charges of approximately $1.0 million related to implementation of a series of agreements (the Services Agreements) with affiliates of Sanchez Oil & Gas Corporation (SOG), which is a non-recurring item, averaged $25.41 per BOE for the second quarter 2014. Including the non-recurring item, operating costs were $28.02 per BOE during the quarter. For the year-to-date, operating costs excluding the non-recurring item averaged $25.29 per BOE, which is an increase of approximately 2% versus operating costs, adjusted for non-recurring items, for the same six month period of 2013. Adjusted EBITDA for the second quarter 2014, excluding the non-recurring item, was approximately $8.0 million.