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KS 148 a
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Beginning life in 1968 as a shipyard based at the Keppel Harbour in Tanjong Pagar, nearly 50 years later Keppel Corporation is now a Singaporean conglomerate with a global footprint in more than 20 countries

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MF 148 a
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Occupying seven bays of the main fabrication shop at Haverton Hill Shipyard, a covered area of approximately 45,000 square feet, Marine Fabricators specialises in medium and heavy fabrication for structures and equipment used in the renewables energy, marine, and offshore oil and gas industries

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Global Marine
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Global Marine Group (GMG) has successfully completed a remedial cable burial project for Prinses Amaliawindpark (PAWP), a wind farm off the Netherlands’ West Coast

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HPC 148 a
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The roots of the Hub Power Company (HUBCO) were formed in the mid-1980s, when there wasn’t a single independent power producer (IPP) in Pakistan

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OI 148 a
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“Since the well-publicised downturn suffered by the oil and gas market that set in towards the end of 2014, we have taken several strategic decisions designed to respond to what has been a changing, and challenging market,” explains Steinar Riise, Chief Executive Officer of Ocean Installer

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PP 148 a
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Honing its skills over more than 115 years in the motor and generator industry, Parsons Peebles today serves a diverse collection of companies within the energy and industrial sectors

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Vatt 147 a
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Beginning operations more than 100 years ago with the restructuring of the Trollhättan canal in Sweden, Vattenfall has since grown to become one of Europe’s biggest producers and retailers of electricity and heat

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TGE 147 a
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TGE Marine Gas Engineering GmbH was founded in 1980 in Bonn, western Germany, under the name Liquid Gas International Ingenieurgellschaft GmbH (LGI) by Mr Horst Schierack and Mr Vladimir Puklavec

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Dammam 147 a
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On 25th April 2016, Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman outlined a grand vision for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, dubbed Saudi Vision 2030. An ambitious undertaking designed to reduce Saudi Arabia’s dependence on oil, diversify its economy, and develop service sectors such as health, education, infrastructure and tourism, the plans include 80 different largescale projects, each costing up to $20 million

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OPS 147 a
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When brothers David and Paul Jones recognised, in May 2010, that there was an opportunity to provide niche painting services to the renewables sector, particularly offshore wind farms, the result was the creation of Offshore Painting Services (OPS)

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