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Total has started up production from the Moho Nord deep offshore project, located 75 kilometers offshore Pointe-Noire in the Republic of the Congo. Operated by the Group, the project has a production capacity of 100,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. Learn more about this industrial and human challenge: http://www.total.com/en/energy-expertise/projects/oil-gas/deep-offshore/moho-nord-congo
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The impoverished Democratic Republic of Congo has introduced biometric passports costing $185 apiece. But most of that money does not go to the state. Instead millions of dollars go to a private company in the Gulf - and sources say it is owned by a relative of President Joseph Kabila. KINSHASA - One day in November 2015, President Joseph Kabila visited his foreign ministry and smiled broadly as a computer took his photograph and fingerprints. He was there to mark the launch of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s new biometric passport, fitted with a chip to store details of his identity. Kabila and his aides have extolled the benefits of the passports, saying they will allow freer movement across an increasingly security-conscious world. In private, the organisers of the deal have another...
MOHO NORD, Une ambition commune qui se décline en quatre chapitres: former les jeunes congolais, soutenir l'enseignement technique, proposer des expériences internationales aux collaborateurs TOTAL E&P CONGO, développer les entreprises locales
Launching ceremony, on Friday 21st of January 2011 at 1910 hrs, of the trailing suction hopper dredger "CONGO RIVER", built for DEME Group of Belgium, at IHC Offshore & Marine Yard, Krimpen aan den IJssel, The Netherlands. Feestelijke tewaterlating, op vrijdag 21 januari 2011 omstreeks 19.10 uur, van de sleephopperzuiger "CONGO RIVER", gebouwd voor de DEME Groep uit België, op de scheepswerf van IHC Offshore & Marine in Krimpen aan den IJssel (Nederland). Video shot by/opname: Frank van den Elsen.
A Boskalis Safety Induction Movie for the Cutter Suction Dredger TAURUS II © Visuals Studio Brazil Rio de Janeiro email@example.com Director: Ernst Daniel Nijboer Presentor: Yasmin Abdol Hamid Script: Thomas Jonkers / Yasmin Abdol Hamid