Why EPC Companies Should Care about Design Automation

EPC Companies tackle huge challenges in bidding for large projects where design automation provides strategic direction, improving productivity & efficiency. In January 2015, Qatar Petroleum and Shell decided not to proceed with the Al Karaana Petrochemicals project after evaluating commercial quotations from Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) bidders. The...

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SriLankan completes A320neo family deliveries

SriLankan completes A320neo family deliveries

SriLankan Airlines has taken delivery of an A321neo, rounding out its committed A320neo family fleet. The carrier says the aircraft arrived at its Colombo base from Hamburg on 29 July. Flight Fleets Analyzer shows that the aircraft, registered 4R-ANF, is powered by CFM International Leap-1A engines. It is leased from AerCap. The Oneworld carrier now has...

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Iran’s Civil Aviation Organisation rejects reports of Turkey’s fuel refusal to Iranian planes

Iran's Civil Aviation Organisation rejects reports of Turkey's fuel refusal to Iranian planes

The Civil Aviation Organisation of the Islamic Republic of Iran (CAO.IRI) has dismissed some media reports that some Iranian airliners were refused fuel in Turkey’s Istanbul airports, saying there is no suspension in flights between the two countries. Given the close relations between Iran and Turkey, any disruption in this...

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China spends $328 billion on transport infrastructure from January to September

China spends $328 billion on transport infrastructure from January to September

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s total fixed asset investment in transport infrastructure hit 2.28 trillion yuan ($327.77 billion) from January to September this year, up 1.4 percent from a year earlier, according to government data published on Friday. China is increasing infrastructure spending in order to boost its slowing economy....

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Facebook, FTC reportedly negotiating massive fine to settle privacy issues.

Facebook, FTC reportedly negotiating massive fine to settle privacy issues.

The multibillion-dollar fine would be the largest ever imposed by the FTC, according to The Washington Post. Facebook and the Federal Trade Commission are negotiating a multibillion-dollar fine to settle an investigation into the social network’s privacy practices, The Washington Post reported Thursday. It’d be the largest fine ever imposed by the agency, according to...

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