megaproject

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megaproject

(ˈmɛɡəˌprɒdʒɛkt)
n
(Commerce) a very large, expensive, or ambitious business project
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Lower oil prices offset an otherwise good performance for BP in the first half of the year, while major projects such as Culzean in the North Sea came online.
Under the capex proposal, Meralco is asking the ERC to allow it to build 21 major projects worth P4.73 billion.
"Upstream production, excluding Rosneft, for the quarter was 2,656mboe/d, 2 percent higher than a year earlier due to acquisition of the BHP assets and growth of major projects. Upstream plant reliability was 96.2 percent," reads a report released by BP on Q1 2019.
Participants included major project engineers from Florida and New York and FDOT staff responsible for civil rights oversight on 1-4 Ultimate, Florida's largest transportation project to date.
by Times News Service The report says that about $155 billion worth of major projects were under execution in the UAE at the mid-point of 2016.
He stressed that the semiannual budget revision was a regular activity in every economy and that the two attempts at holding elections had an effect on the dynamics of implementing major projects considering the law forbids public procurements in the run-up to elections.
At a meeting of the First Nations Major Projects Coalition held in Terrace on Feb.
Spending cuts and a reduction in grant aid from the Welsh Government led to fears that the two-phase Llantwit Major project could be severely delayed.
It showed the number of planned major projects over the next decade in the GCC oil sector has significantly increased over the last year.
BEIRUT: The first results of a major project by the Office of the Minister of State for Administrative Reform, funded by the EU's delegation to Lebanon, were announced Friday.
The report says that only one major project in the real estate sector was cancelled in the country during 2008.
Danish architecture company Henning Larsen's Architecture has reportedly won a competition for a major project in central Tirana, Albania.