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RATP and Mexico City metro network operator STC sign extended cooperation agreement to share best practices
14/4/2014
RATP Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Pierre Mongin, and Joel Ortega Cuevas, Managing Director of STC (sistema de transporte collectivo), the company tasked with operating the Mexico City network, signed an extended cooperation agreement on Friday 11 April in Mexico City. The agreement is intended to promote technology exchanges between the two companies in metro network construction, operation and maintenance.
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New SPX Butter Unwrapper - providing additional protection to the workforce
14/4/2014
London, United Kingdom, March 14, 2014 – Butter typically arrives into a processing facility boxed and wrapped in around 25kg units. Before any reworking, melting or other downstream processes can be carried out it needs to be de-boxed and unwrapped. Once de-boxed, which tends to take place outside of the processing area to avoid dust from the cardboard, the new SPX Butter Unwrapper machine takes away the manual lifting associated with removing the plastic covering around the large blocks of butter. Removing the need for manual lifting protects operators from injury, ensures compliance with local health and safety regulations, and simplifies operational procedures as operators do not need to changeover to avoid exceeding daily maximum load lifts.
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SPX: Showing Customers How to Gain Productivity Using Innovative Process Technology at Interpack 2014
14/4/2014
SPX is a leading partner to the global food and beverage industry, providing innovative process technology solutions designed to help improve performance and profitability, giving its customers the edge in increasingly competitive markets. At the Interpack 2014 exhibition, SPX will showcase a wide range of products from its well-known brands in food and beverage processing, including Anhydro, APV, Bran+Luebbe, e&e Series, Gerstenberg Schröder, Johnson Pump, Lightnin, Seital Separation Technology and Waukesha Cherry-Burrell.
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SPX Asks Food and Beverage Customers: How long can you afford not to do planned maintenance?
14/4/2014
Showcases “System Downtime Risk Simulator” Assessment Tool at Interpack 2014 Copenhagen, April 2014 SPX’s Seital Separation Technology series manufactures high quality separators and clarifiers to the global food and beverage industry. SPX also supplies its Gerstenberg Schröder brand scraped surface heat exchangers and associated equipment to customers all over the world for the production of fine foods, margarine, shortening and sugar and fats.
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Petrofac Training Services completes £1.5m investment in world-class fire and emergency response training centre
9/4/2014
Petrofac Training Services today celebrates the official reopening of its Montrose fire and emergency response training facility in Scotland following a £1.5million upgrade.
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PROPOSED ACQUISITION OF THE AVINCIS GROUP
27/3/2014
Babcock International Group PLC (“Babcock”), a UK leading engineering support services company, announced today it has entered into a conditional agreement to acquire the entire share capital of Avincis Mission Critical Services Topco Limited (“Avincis”) for GBP equivalent £920 million (€1,100 million) from parent holding company, World Helicopters S.à r.l.
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LAST CHANCE TO APPLY FOR HELICOPTER APPRENTICE SCHEME
26/3/2014
Bond Offshore Helicopters and Bond Air Services, in partnership with Resource Group’s Aviation Technical Training Division, are looking for the next generation of helicopter engineers to join a two-year apprenticeship scheme.
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P2 Energy Solutions expands operations in Thailand
25/3/2014
New Bangkok office builds on strong foundations
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New P2 Managed Reserves streamlines reserves reporting
19/3/2014
Modern reserves management software enables due diligence in reserves valuations and auditing
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Early production has started from Bijell Field on the Akri-Bijeel Block, accelerated work program on-track
18/3/2014
MOL Plc. hereby informs the capital market participants that Kalegran Ltd. (a 100% subsidiary of MOL), as Operator has started the early production from the Bijell Field on its Akri Bijeel Block, following the successful testing and tie in of Bijell-1B well to the Extended Well Test (EWT) facility. Early production through the Bijell-1B well is around 3,500 barrel per day level at the moment. Parallel Bijell-2 well gave also promising test results from the Jurassic structure. After reaching and testing its Triassic targets it is planned to be tied in to the EWT by the end of August. Drilling of Bijell-4 well is ongoing, while spud of Bijell-6 well expected in March, both are planned to be tied in to the EWT by year end. Following currently ongoing geological assessment of the whole block submission of the Field Development Plan is due by end of April. An updated Total Original Oil In Place (OIIP) and reserve potential estimate of the block will be part of the Field Development Plan. Reserve potential estimates relate to Akri-Bijeel block in the ’Third-Party Audit’ material published today by Gulf Keystone Petroleum Ltd., with a cut-off date of 31 December 2013, is very conservative, does not calculate with the latest positive results and is significantly lower than the current best estimate of the Operator.
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