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« Reply #180 on: May 07, 2009, 12:24:12 PM »

So how does a bank that no longer existed as of 2006 become publicly listed as an "associated business" of a company started in 2008?

Could it simply be that Leslie Ehret represented both stockholders in Algiers Bancorp and Legacy Offshore/Schaefer.  Even Gaspard, Legacy president was also a Superior Offshore manager, so maybe however the records were obtained for the sites Hotping used remain as cross referenced possibilities?   Not sure.

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« Reply #181 on: May 07, 2009, 12:34:55 PM »


Hurdles ahead for Caribbean gas pipeline project
30-01-05 The conference room of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce offices at Westmoorings was packed to capacity. The event was presentation on the proposed Eastern Caribbean Natural Gas Pipeline by the project investors-the Eastern Caribbean Pipeline Company.
The presentation was billed as a Vision 2020 public-private sector partnership. The large audience learnt that while the project was commercially and technically viable, there were many hurdles to cross including legal, commercial and political. The optimists remain hopeful while the cynics found new ground to question.

The presentation was the first public sharing of the technical and economic feasibility study completed in September last year by DORIS Inc., a Houston based joint venture between industry leaders Saipem and Doris Engineering of France. (For more information on these companies visit their websites at www.doris-engineering.com, www.saipem.com, www.doris-inc.com) The study was financed by the project's current shareholders-Guardian Holdings, AIC Financial Group and the Intra Caribbean Pipeline Company.
Project manager Greg Rich said that the detailed feasibility study substantiated earlier findings that the project was commercially and technically feasible. In determining the line route, Rich said that the study adopted a rigorous seven-point evaluation criteria, including water depths, environmental preservation, seismic and geotechnical hazards, hurricanes, proven technology and commercial viability.

Given these criteria, the preferred line route will now move from Tobago to Barbados and thence to Martinique and Guadeloupe, with connecting spur lines to St Lucia and Dominica. The combination of small demand and geotechnical risks has ruled out both St Vincent and Grenada. No doubt there will be both political and economic implications arising from this situation. Particularly in light of the discussions on Caricom Energy policy, the impending CSME and Prime Minister Patrick Manning's desire for a politicalunion with these states.
The pipeline is expected to cost an estimated $ 550 mm. It will be designed to carry 150 mm cfpd, with Martinique, Guadeloupe and Barbados expected to be the leading off takers. Rich said that the project is likely to be built in two phases, the first from Tobago to Barbados in the 2006-07 timeframe, and then proceeding to Guadeloupe in 2008-09.

Trevor Boopsingh, from Intra-Caribbean Pipeline Company-the project initiators, dispelled any thought about the pipeline proceeding further north to say Puerto Rico. The positive techno-economic feasibility study, however, does not translate into an automatic investment decision. Significant hurdles remain. These include completion of commercial negotiations with both the buyers and the gas seller(s) and the negotiation of intergovernmental agreements covering issues such as transit rights, security, taxation and regulatory regime.
For example, the investors are seeking to avoid transit and other territorial taxes as the pipeline transits the exclusive economic zone of the various territories. Imposition of such taxes would adversely impact the economics of the project. Would those countries not benefiting directly from the pipeline accede to such a request?

The solution may require a degree of diplomacy and goodwill that, thus far, has eluded Caribbean leaders, particularly when dealing with economic and political matters. The ensuing discussion featured the habitual questions on the adequacy of reserves, the choice of market and the price for gas. With respect to the reserves question, we endorse the comment made by Boopsingh that, if it comes on stream, the requirements of this project would constitute an insignificant 3 % of total consumption.
The attraction of this particular project to the islands is that it promises to provide energy at a predictable and non-volatile price. Some have interpreted this to mean a cheap or subsidised price.

It is worth reiterating that high energy prices have inflicted great pain on the balance of payment of these islands. The bulk of foreign exchange-up to 80 % in some cases-is used to fund fuel imports. In that scenario, less foreign exchange is available to purchase basic goods and services including those from Trinidad and Tobago. Caricom accounts for 90 % of Trinidad and Tobago's non energy imports. A prolonged foreign exchange shortage and/or balance of payments crises in these islands could spell the collapse of many manufacturing firms in Trinidad and Tobago, with obvious consequences for the thousands now employed in the sector.
While the project deliberately avoided stating a specific price, it is clear that the gas cannot be sold at any price that is higher than the alternate fuel used by the electric utilities in the islands today. The potential buyers must be given an incentive to convert to natural gas.

Such a price mechanism is likely to yield prices that are lower than current netbacks from LNG. However, all parties in the chain-producers, transporter and consumers maybe happy with the mechanism, because it yields predictable and steady cash flow over the project's life.
The holding of a diversified portfolio is the widely recognized risk mitigation strategy. This is true for the country as well as for some producers. Those who argue for more gas to be monetised through the LNG vehicle should be aware that LNG prices prevailing in the USA today would turn downwards, sooner rather than later, in the wake of expanding import capacity and supply.



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« Reply #182 on: May 07, 2009, 12:41:43 PM »

So how does a bank that no longer existed as of 2006 become publicly listed as an "associated business" of a company started in 2008?

Could it simply be that Leslie Ehret represented both stockholders in Algiers Bancorp and Legacy Offshore/Schaefer.  Even Gaspard, Legacy president was also a Superior Offshore manager, so maybe however the records were obtained for the sites Hotping used remain as cross referenced possibilities?   Not sure.



Yes - that is certainly a possibility.  I'm not sure how that site hotping uses comes up with those associations.
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« Reply #183 on: May 07, 2009, 12:45:27 PM »

So how does a bank that no longer existed as of 2006 become publicly listed as an "associated business" of a company started in 2008?

Could it simply be that Leslie Ehret represented both stockholders in Algiers Bancorp and Legacy Offshore/Schaefer.  Even Gaspard, Legacy president was also a Superior Offshore manager, so maybe however the records were obtained for the sites Hotping used remain as cross referenced possibilities?   Not sure.



Yes - that is certainly a possibility.  I'm not sure how that site hotping uses comes up with those associations.

I was also thinking that Schaefer may have been a stockholder in the Group that  received the remaining shares. 
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« Reply #184 on: May 07, 2009, 12:49:47 PM »

2003 - MERGER - SNB Inc. buys 100% stock of Algiers Bancorp Inc. and it's subsidiary
Aligiers Bank & Trust

2004 - Algiers Bank & Trust changes it's name to Statewide Bank.
Robin P. Arkley is ther person who purchased

2006 - Robin Arkley and other investors set up this thing to acquire shares of Algiers Bancorp Inc and they say it is a subsidiary of Statewide Bank. This is done to abide by a Bank Control Act so they all own 100 % shares of the bank.


Looks like Leslie Ehret is an attorney for Legacy Offshore and she is also an attorney for Algiers Bancorp Inc.

Isn't that a conflict of interest?


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« Reply #185 on: May 07, 2009, 01:03:38 PM »

2003 - MERGER - SNB Inc. buys 100% stock of Algiers Bancorp Inc. and it's subsidiary
Aligiers Bank & Trust

2004 - Algiers Bank & Trust changes it's name to Statewide Bank.
Robin P. Arkley is ther person who purchased

2006 - Robin Arkley and other investors set up this thing to acquire shares of Algiers Bancorp Inc and they say it is a subsidiary of Statewide Bank. This is done to abide by a Bank Control Act so they all own 100 % shares of the bank.


Looks like Leslie Ehret is an attorney for Legacy Offshore and she is also an attorney for Algiers Bancorp Inc.

Isn't that a conflict of interest?




I would think it is not.... if she isn't representing Statewide following the merger in 2006.  Legacy started in 2008.   I'm not an attorney, though.
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« Reply #186 on: May 08, 2009, 01:13:09 PM »

Venezuela Seizes Oil Installation From U.S.-Based Company


http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,519515,00.html

Venezuela Seizes Oil Installation From U.S.-Based Company
Friday , May 08, 2009


Venezuela has seized a major oil installation from the U.S.-based Williams companies, Reuters quoted a company source.

President Hugo Chavez said his government would begin seizing control of some oil contractors on Friday following the National Assembly's approval of a law that paved the way for the takeovers.

The law approved by the largely pro-Chavez assembly on Thursday enables state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela SA, or PDVSA, to take over contractors without following the usual procedures to expropriate business.

"Tomorrow we'll start recovering the goods and assets that will now belong to the state," Chavez said in a televised speech late Thursday after the legislative vote.

He said PDVSA would seize 300 boats as well as dozens of docks and other transportation installations in western Lake Maracaibo on Friday, and absorb the 8,000 workers affected.

Venezuela's state oil company has recently clashed with domestic and foreign service providers that help extract the OPEC nation's heavy crude, accumulating billions of dollars in debts as it aims to renegotiate contracts to reduce costs by 40 percent.

PDVSA says some of those contracts are now overvalued due to falling crude prices that have shrunk government revenue. Venezuela relies on oil for 93 percent of its export income, but has seen world oil prices slide 61 percent since their July peak — to settle at $56.71 on the New York Mercantile Exchange on Thursday.

The companies covered by the legislation provide such services as natural gas processing, the injection of natural gas or water into oil fields to improve recovery, and management of docks and boats on Lake Maracaibo.

The law was approved by 153 lawmakers from Chavez's ruling party, while eight lawmakers voted against the measure and three abstained.

Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez said the law could affect foreign companies such as U.S. natural gas processor and distributor Williams Cos. Inc., based in Tulsa, Oklahoma — which said in April that it plans to write off $241 million related to unpaid fees from PDVSA.

"It's fundamental that we control of all of this to guarantee the development of primary activities," Ramirez said in comments published by Venezuela's state-run Bolivarian News Agency.

PDVSA has already taken over the operations of some companies that have claimed a default, including the SIMCO consortium, which has worked injecting water into oil fields in Lake Maracaibo for the past 10 years.

Houston-based Wood Group, which is a 49.5 percent partner in the consortium, said in a statement Thursday that PDVSA took over its operations earlier this year "following the consortium submitting a notice of default due to nonpayment and other contractual disputes." A spokeswoman for the company declined to comment on the new law.

While Ramirez denied that oil drillers will fall under the law, Patrick Esteruelas, an analyst with the Eurasia Group in New York, said the law's vague wording means these and other service companies could also be affected.

At least two U.S. oil drillers have halted operations in Venezuela over delayed payments, including Helmerich & Payne, based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The company has halted seven of its 11 oil rigs in Venezuela this year, saying PDVSA owes it $116 million.

Venezuelan oil service companies are also "very afraid," said Nestor Borjas, who heads the business chamber Fedecamaras in western Zulia state. PDVSA is behind an average eight months on payments to 220 companies in oil-rich Zulia responsible for everything from oil well maintenance to providing transport, he said.

Under Chavez, Venezuela has already nationalized foreign-owned steel and cement companies, as well as four major oil projects.

But Esteruelas said PDVSA seems to be aiming more to pressure companies into accepting its terms rather than planning for widespread nationalizations.

"I don't think that PDVSA wants to immediately take over the entire service sector," he said. "That would be a logistical nightmare."

He and other analysts warn the law could discourage foreign investors, including some of the very companies PDVSA is trying to attract to bid on exploration areas in the eastern Orinoco River basin.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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« Reply #187 on: May 08, 2009, 03:05:19 PM »

Ah - Chavez strikes again.

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« Reply #188 on: May 10, 2009, 11:23:09 PM »

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b332e432-3d54-11de-a85e-00144feabdc0.html


Chávez seizures fuel Venezuela oil fears
By Benedict Mander in Caracas

Published: May 10 2009 12:41 | Last updated: May 10 2009 18:27

A fresh round of expropriations in Venezuela has raised fears that the Opec producer’s already declining oil output could sink to its lowest level in the past 20 years.

Troops were mobilised over the weekend to assist Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, PDVSA, in seizing the assets of some 60 oil service companies, after a law was approved last week that paves the way for the state to take increasing control over its all-important oil industry.

“To God what is God’s, and to Caesar what is Caesar’s,” said Venezuela’s President Hugo Chávez, as he presided over the expropriation of at least a dozen rigs, more than 30 oil terminals and some 300 boats.

“Today we also say: to the people what is the people’s,” the socialist leader said to roars of approval from red-clad supporters on the shores of Lake Maracaibo, the heartland of the nation’s oil production.

This move forms part of a broader assault against the private sector, which Mr Chávez has increasingly blamed as Venezuela slides into recession. Simultaneously he is engaging in what opposition leaders say is a campaign of persecution of his political foes.

Manuel Rosales, a former presidential candidate, has been granted asylum in Peru to escape arrest over corruption charges, while congress has removed almost all the spending powers of Antonio Ledezma, the anti-Chávez mayor of Caracas. Other opponents have been jailed or gone into hiding.

PDVSA, which is suffering from a sharp fall in export income, made the surprise move against the oil service companies in response to their threat that they would suspend operations until it paid a backlog of invoices. Some, including Helmerich & Payne and Ensco International, abandoned rigs this year.

PDVSA, which is under pressure to cut expenses by 60 per cent because of tumbling revenues, is estimated to owe as much as $12bn (€8.9bn, £7.9bn) to contractors since suspending payments to them last August, shortly after oil prices began their precipitous decline.

It has demanded that companies accept a 40 per cent cut in their bills, arguing that the decline in oil prices means they are charging too much.

The new law will also enable PDVSA to pay debts with bonds rather than cash, and compensate assets at book value.

The move is the latest sign of the deepening cashflow crisis that has bedeviled the state oil company for at least two years as it has become overburdened with responsibilities far removed from its core business – in particular funding and running the massive social programmes that have become the bedrock of Mr Chávez’s support.

But analysts say that by shifting its problems onto its suppliers, PDVSA is storing up even bigger problems for the future. Not only does it lack the ability to operate as efficiently as the service providers, but it sends a grim signal to companies considering investing in Venezuela. Consequently, future oil production is under threat.

Perhaps most worrying is the impact this could have on foreign companies’ interest in a major auction currently underway to develop the Carabobo block in the oil-rich Orinoco Belt, which is the first oil investment opportunity in Venezuela in the last decade, and represents the oil dependent country’s biggest hope for reviving sagging production. According to the IEA, production fell to 2.36m bpd in 2008, compared to 3.18m bpd in 1997, although PDVSA claims it actually increased to 3.27m bpd in 2008.

Some 19 companies – including BP, Chevron, Shell, StatoilHydro, and Total – have expressed interest in bidding for the Carabobo projects that could collectively produce over 800,000 bpd, and require investments of $25-30bn.

But adding to worries about the lack of legal security in Venezuela, intensified by recent developments, international oil companies are also concerned by prohibitively high start-up and financing costs as well as tight profit margins due to fiscal terms that were drawn up before oil prices began their precipitous decline last year.

David Voght, a director at IPD Latin America, which advises several international oil companies operating in Venezuela, said: “Venezuela’s aggressive fiscal terms and the country’s persistent trend toward nationalisation of oil industry activities will make it more and more difficult to attract foreign investment and competitive bids from qualified operators.”

Taxes and royalties have been hiked four times since 2004, with an 85 per cent windfall tax introduced last year, while companies were ordered to give up operational control over four multibillion-dollar projects in the Orinoco two years ago, prompting Exxon Mobil and ConocoPhillips to exit the country and opt for international arbitration.

Although most companies are keen to have a stake in Venezuela, which now claims to have 172bn barrels of proven oil reserves making them the second largest in the world after Saudi Arabia, the government’s unpredictability and inflexibility are a serious deterrent.

“It’s a great paradox. There are companies that want to invest in Venezuela and to remain on a long-term basis, bringing capital, technology and know-how, but they may not do so because the government is refusing to recognize that the outlook for oil prices has changed,” said an industry source in Caracas, who requested anonymity. “They have to face up to reality.”

Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2009



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Oh, I think Uncle Hugo is just getting started with his seizures!  I don't think he will stop until he and his cronies own it ALL!
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« Reply #189 on: May 12, 2009, 02:53:19 PM »

Monday May 11, 2009
Venezuela to take over 39 oil industry contractors

The Associated Press

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) - Venezuela's state oil company will take over 39 oil contractors with the backing of a new law, the government said Monday.

The 39 companies currently providing services to state-run Petroleos de Venezuela SA will be brought under government control under a resolution that took effect Monday after being published in the Official Gazette, the official Bolivarian News Agency reported.

It said the companies affected include Zulia Towing and Barge Company, Gusteca, Premeca, Seatech, and Terminales Maracaibo. The companies provide transport boats and other oil-related services on Lake Maracaibo in western Venezuela.

http://dailymail.com/ap/ApWorld/200905110503


Wonder if that is Schaefer's SeaTech??
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« Reply #190 on: May 12, 2009, 06:26:01 PM »

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« Reply #191 on: May 12, 2009, 10:00:57 PM »

Monday May 11, 2009
Venezuela to take over 39 oil industry contractors

The Associated Press

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) - Venezuela's state oil company will take over 39 oil contractors with the backing of a new law, the government said Monday.

The 39 companies currently providing services to state-run Petroleos de Venezuela SA will be brought under government control under a resolution that took effect Monday after being published in the Official Gazette, the official Bolivarian News Agency reported.

It said the companies affected include Zulia Towing and Barge Company, Gusteca, Premeca, Seatech, and Terminales Maracaibo. The companies provide transport boats and other oil-related services on Lake Maracaibo in western Venezuela.

http://dailymail.com/ap/ApWorld/200905110503


Wonder if that is Schaefer's SeaTech??
Good Question KTF....... 


 Phantom® HD2+2 Chosen for
Lake Maracaibo Pipeline Inspections
   
 
 
 
SeaTech de Venezuela, a South American commercial diving company, has purchased Deep Ocean Engineering's Phantom® HD2+2 remotely operated vehicle (ROV) after completing a successful 10-day demonstration to its customer, Shell Oil Company.  The ROV, reported as the first ever to be used in Lake Maracaibo, is based on Deep Ocean’s standard Phantom® HD2+2 model, equipped with special tools and sensors to perform pipeline surveys and inspections.
 
   
SeaTech is contracted by Shell to provide survey and inspection services using an ROV as part of Shell’s standardization of worldwide pipeline inspection procedures.  The Phantom® HD2+2's sensor array includes an ultra-sonic probe, used to determine the wall thickness of the pipelines and a CP probe to measure cathodic potential.  The ROV is also fitted with a wire brush for cleaning areas of the pipe before testing. Accurate information of the ROV’s position and its track are made using an ORE Track Point II+ with Hypack survey software. A Mesotech digital sonar tracking system is used to locate pipelines during surveys.
 
 
 Lake Maracaibo is one of the world’s most significant oil producing regions.  Over 37,000 miles (60,000 km) of pipelines, two to ten-inches (5-25 cm) in diameter, crisscross each other over 5,100-sq. miles (8,200 square kilometers) of the lake bottom. The Phantom® HD2+2 will be used to accurately map and inspect Shell’s pipelines in their ongoing program to prevent accidents and pollution.
 
 
Deep Ocean Engineering, Inc. is a leader in the design and manufacturing of remotely controlled underwater systems, providing innovative, cost-effective solutions for offshore, inshore, military, nuclear, and scientific applications.



 
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« Reply #192 on: May 12, 2009, 10:12:51 PM »

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« Reply #193 on: May 13, 2009, 08:16:58 AM »

It could have something to do with this.................maybe.


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Drinking with the wind" is the first project executed in the framework of the cooperation between TU Delft and UNA, CWTRI, VEWIN and SWB. In March of 2008 the first prototype was send to Curacao and shortly after a team of 3 students, Nick Olthof, Friso Bos and Evgenia Rabiovitch, arrived as well to continue the project.

Aqualectra kindly assisted us with choosing the new location for the prototype at the Santa Barbara RO-plant. We can use the pretreatment of the feed water and disposal of the brine from the plant as well. The windmill was build up in cooperation with Stork Wescar and since beginning of june we started with the mechanical testing of the prototype. Also the water production and quality are researched as a funcion of the available wind power.

http://www.citg.tudelft.nl/live/pagina.jsp?id=93ebd632-6d7f-4400-9fa5-a25e9235e329&lang=en
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« Reply #194 on: May 13, 2009, 09:14:01 AM »

Supply  of  2  sun  power  devices  and  1  wind  power  generator,  various  equipment  (Supply  of  alternative  energy  and  other  equipment) 

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« Reply #195 on: May 14, 2009, 12:57:27 AM »

It could have something to do with this.................maybe.


Curacao 

Drinking with the wind" is the first project executed in the framework of the cooperation between TU Delft and UNA, CWTRI, VEWIN and SWB. In March of 2008 the first prototype was send to Curacao and shortly after a team of 3 students, Nick Olthof, Friso Bos and Evgenia Rabiovitch, arrived as well to continue the project.

Aqualectra kindly assisted us with choosing the new location for the prototype at the Santa Barbara RO-plant. We can use the pretreatment of the feed water and disposal of the brine from the plant as well. The windmill was build up in cooperation with Stork Wescar and since beginning of june we started with the mechanical testing of the prototype. Also the water production and quality are researched as a funcion of the available wind power.

http://www.citg.tudelft.nl/live/pagina.jsp?id=93ebd632-6d7f-4400-9fa5-a25e9235e329&lang=en

I bet it does, I've read something very recently concerning using wind power in one of the Aruba newspapers.
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"I can look back over the past 10 years and there were no steps wasted, and there are no regrets,'' she said. "I did all I knew to do and I think that gives me greater peace now." "I've lived every parent's worst nightmare and I'm the parent that nobody wants to be," she said.

Beth Holloway, 2015 interview with Greta van Susteren
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« Reply #196 on: May 14, 2009, 01:32:58 AM »

It could have something to do with this.................maybe.


Curacao 

Drinking with the wind" is the first project executed in the framework of the cooperation between TU Delft and UNA, CWTRI, VEWIN and SWB. In March of 2008 the first prototype was send to Curacao and shortly after a team of 3 students, Nick Olthof, Friso Bos and Evgenia Rabiovitch, arrived as well to continue the project.

Aqualectra kindly assisted us with choosing the new location for the prototype at the Santa Barbara RO-plant. We can use the pretreatment of the feed water and disposal of the brine from the plant as well. The windmill was build up in cooperation with Stork Wescar and since beginning of june we started with the mechanical testing of the prototype. Also the water production and quality are researched as a funcion of the available wind power.

http://www.citg.tudelft.nl/live/pagina.jsp?id=93ebd632-6d7f-4400-9fa5-a25e9235e329&lang=en

I bet it does, I've read something very recently concerning using wind power in one of the Aruba newspapers.


December 15 - Aqualectra Multi Utility and Ecofys start greening of hotels
This month Aqualectra Multi Utility (AMU) and Ecofys started a feasibility study for energy- and water savings in the Netherlands Antilles.

The project is carried out in close cooperation with the Curacao Hotel and Tourism Association (CHATA).

Study starts with 9 hotels in Curacao and Bonaire
Nine hotels, that represent the different types of hotels in Curacao and Bonaire, from apartments to high-rise buildings and from budget to luxury hotels, are included in the study. After this study the project will be extended to more hotels in the Netherlands Antilles and the Caribbean. It is expected that in some cases savings can be up to 40%. The study analyses the technical and financial options for measures on energy- and water savings in the hotel sector. To implement the required measures an energy and water management plan will also be developed.

Long-term cooperation between AMU and Ecofys
AMU and Ecofys have a cooperation agreement  to develop and offer products and services in the areas of energy and water efficiency and sustainable energy to hotels and other parties. Karel Tujeehut, Manager Multi Utility: “The close cooperation between Aqualectra and Ecofys will contribute to a sustainable development of Curacao.”


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Aqualectra Multi Utility
Aqualectra Multi Utility, founded in February 2001, is the youngest subsidiary of the Aqualectra Holding (www.aqualectra.com). The multi utility-concept is to offer suitable solutions that optimize the costs of the utility facilities of companies. Aqualectra Multi Utility makes an effort for the development of sustainable energy supplies in the Netherlands Antilles. The aim of Aqualectra is an optimal delivery of water and power.

Ecofys
Ecofys (www.ecofys.com) is a leading company in the field of renewable energy and energy efficiency. More than 150 employees in six countries deliver integrated sustainable energy solutions. Ecofys is part of the Econcern group (www.e-concern.com), with the mission "a sustainable energy supply for everyone".

For more information please contact:
Aqualectra Multi Utility
Sharo Bikker
Head Public Relations, Aqualectra Distribution
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Ecofys
Ellen Hendrix
Marketing Manager
telefoon:       + 31 (0)30 – 280 83 19
e-mail:         e.hendrix@ecofys.nl

http://www.econcern.nl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=119&Itemid=71
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« Reply #197 on: May 14, 2009, 08:36:56 AM »

I certainly haven't been able to find much
and what I have found on the Aruba Branch seems to send me here
 
 
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http://www.storkindustryservices.com/Stork/14181/Power.html
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« Reply #198 on: May 14, 2009, 12:25:41 PM »

16.02.2009 19:27
The JD Silvetti Group Automates Sales and Marketing Using Soffront CRM
Soffront® Software Inc., www.soffront.com, the leader of mid-market CRM software, today announced that two companies within The JD Silvetti Group (www.silvettigroup.com) are using Soffront CRM to automate and more efficiently track sales and marketing activities. Marine Surveys, LLC and APS, LLC (headquartered in Lafayette, Louisiana) are subsidiaries of The Silvetti Group and specialize in different segments of the marine survey industry.

The Silvetti Group purchased Soffront CRM in August 2008 to provide its companies with a powerful and customizable database. The software is currently being used by the sales and marketing departments of Marine Surveys and APS. Both companies plan to expand the software’s usage in the future to other departments, such as warehousing, operations, and administration.
 
http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nachrichten-2009-02/13124585-the-jd-silvetti-group-automates-sales-and-marketing-using-soffront-crm-004.htm

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« Reply #199 on: May 14, 2009, 12:31:25 PM »

16.02.2009 19:27
The JD Silvetti Group Automates Sales and Marketing Using Soffront CRM
Soffront® Software Inc., www.soffront.com, the leader of mid-market CRM software, today announced that two companies within The JD Silvetti Group (www.silvettigroup.com) are using Soffront CRM to automate and more efficiently track sales and marketing activities. Marine Surveys, LLC and APS, LLC (headquartered in Lafayette, Louisiana) are subsidiaries of The Silvetti Group and specialize in different segments of the marine survey industry.

The Silvetti Group purchased Soffront CRM in August 2008 to provide its companies with a powerful and customizable database. The software is currently being used by the sales and marketing departments of Marine Surveys and APS. Both companies plan to expand the software’s usage in the future to other departments, such as warehousing, operations, and administration.
 
http://www.finanznachrichten.de/nachrichten-2009-02/13124585-the-jd-silvetti-group-automates-sales-and-marketing-using-soffront-crm-004.htm



Feb. 16, 2009
The JD Silvetti Group Automates Sales And Marketing Using Soffront CRM

Fremont, California, February 16, 2009 – Soffront® Software Inc., www.soffront.com, the leader of mid-market CRM software, today announced that two companies within The JD Silvetti Group. (www.silvettigroup.com) are using Soffront CRM to automate and more efficiently track sales and marketing activities. Marine Surveys, LLC and APS, LLC (headquartered in Lafayette, Louisiana) are subsidiaries of The Silvetti Group and specialize in different segments of the marine survey industry.

The Silvetti Group purchased Soffront CRM in August 2008 to provide its companies with a powerful and customizable database. The software is currently being used by the sales and marketing departments of Marine Surveys and APS. Both companies plan to expand the software’s usage in the future to other departments, such as warehousing, operations, and administration.

http://www.customerthink.com/news/jd_silvetti_group_uses_soffront_crm

What is Silvetti selling so much of that he needs Soffront software???Does it have something to do with Sonavision or something else?
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