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.
Major projects ongoing in the area include the PS177million upgrade of underground cabling on the A9 in Beauly Denny that will see a total of 54 pylons removed, improving the view of the landscape for local residents.
"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.
Anani gave a lecture on the latest archaeological discoveries and major projects carried out by the Ministry of Antiquities at the request of Minister of Tourism Rania al-Mashat.
has released a series of fact sheets to emphasize the design and planning of major projects to counter what its members consider misinformed and impractical alternative ideas regarding the program's major projects and costs.The Gateway Program Development Corp.
Sarawak Pakatan Harapan (PH) chairman Chong Chieng Jen said today that the newly elected federal government will audit all major projects in Sarawak which have been approved and implemented by the previous administration.
Summary: One of the major projects to form part of the development road map will be a sustainable luxury camp on Jebel Jais
Resultantly, four major Projects were heavily loaded in favor of Contractors.
He said that Frontier Works Organisation (FWO) had completed its major projects in Sindh, and over 80 percent work on the Lyari Expressway had been completed.
The country's budget for 2018 has adequate outlay to ensure that spending for major projects will remain Qatar's top priority.