Image: SC Water to acquire Keystone Clearwater Solutions from American Water. Photo: courtesy of rawpixel/Pixabay. SC Water, LLC, a Pennsylvania-based natural gas and oil industry investment group, has signed a Membership Interest Purchase Agreement to acquire Keystone Clearwater Solutions from American Water Works Company, Inc. (NYSE: AWK). The acquisition of Keystone Clearwater Solutions, a specialized water management firm serving the Appalachian Basin’s natural gas and oil industry, is expected close by the end of 2019.As part of the transaction, Keystone Clearwater Solutions will form a strategic partnership with Hydro Recovery LP, a water treatment, recycling and transportation company. The strategic partnership – with Hydro Recovery having common ownership with SC Water – will create an industry-leading portfolio of water-related and environmental solution services for natural gas and oil companies operating across the Appalachian Basin.“This transaction and strategic partnership between Keystone Clearwater Solutions and Hydro Recovery will return Keystone to a natural gas and oil industry focused ownership group while enhancing our combined companies’ abilities to provide the critical services demanded by the industry,” said Keystone President and CEO Dan Dalton. “We look forward to continuing to provide our customers with superior service and are excited about our ability to bring an expanded portfolio of tailored water solutions to meet and exceed their evolving needs.”“This partnership reflects Hydro Recovery’s commitment to providing our natural gas and oil industry customers with a deep portfolio of water solution services that meet their unique needs,” said Hydro Recovery CEO Thomas Stabley. “Hydro Recovery is ideally positioned to operate and continue to grow alongside Keystone Clearwater Solutions. I look forward to working with the Keystone team to continue to build our competitive advantage focused on first-rate customer service.” Source: Company Press Release As part of the transaction, Keystone Clearwater Solutions will form a strategic partnership with Hydro Recovery LP, a water treatment, recycling and transportation company
The World Intellectual Property Organization issued a statement that the organization of arbitration and mediation center in 2004 to accept the Internet domain name hijacking case 1179, 6.6% more than in 2003. Communique pointed out that since the "Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) came into force in December 1999, the World Intellectual Property Organization Arbitration and mediation center handled more than 7 thousand cases, involving 124 countries, 12 thousand and 500 names.
Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Underwood, USS Anzio Visit GTMO View post tag: Naval Training & Education October 4, 2012 View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic View post tag: USS Underwood USS Underwood, USS Anzio Visit GTMO View post tag: USS Anzio View post tag: GTMO USS Underwood (FFG 36) and USS Anzio (CG 68) visited Naval Station (NS) Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, from, Sept. 29-30 during their deployments in support of multinational maritime exercise Southern Seas 2012 and UNITAS Atlantic 53.Underwood received logistic support from the installation including fuel, water and supplies, while UNITAS flagship USS Anzio disembarked attached staff members from Destroyer Squadron 40 including U.S 4th Fleet Commander, Rear Adm. Sinclair Harris.UNITAS Atlantic 53 is a U.S. and South America-sponsored international naval exercise. This is the 53rd year partner nations have participated in UNITAS, which stands for “unity,” making it the longest ongoing maritime exercise in the region.Thirteen multinational ships from seven partner nations participated in the exercise that originated in Key West, Fla. and officially ended in the Western Caribbean Sept. 29. Warships from Brazil, Canada, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, the United States and the United Kingdom and observers from France, Jamaica, Panama and Peru participated in the exercise.UNITAS is designed to train each naval force in a variety of maritime scenarios, with each operating as a component of a multi-national force to provide the maximum opportunity to improve interoperability. The exercise develops and sustains relationships that improve the capacity of emerging and enduring partners’ maritime forces to achieve common desired effects. The annual exercise fosters friendly, mutual cooperation and understanding between participating navies.Southern Seas 2012 is a six-month U.S. Navy engagement and training operation to the Caribbean and Central and South America. During the deployment, USS Underwood and embarked units participated in a variety of exercises and multi-national exchanges to improve operational readiness and enhance relationships in the region.During the operation, assigned units focused on operating in the multi-national environment, preparing to deal with unconventional threats such as illicit trafficking, and improved training levels in a variety of mission areas.Participating forces took part in major regional exercises including UNITAS Atlantic, UNITAS Pacific, and Silent Force Exercise.Forces also participated in a series of theater security cooperation events, including military-to-military cooperation, humanitarian assistance, disaster response, combined training, and maritime security.Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, serves as a logistical hub in the U.S. 4th Fleet Caribbean theatre. The installation’s Port Operations department provides operational support for more than 150 vessels a year.[mappress]Naval Today Staff,October 04, 2012 View post tag: Visit Share this article
Bakery retailer Greggs is to relocate its main Scottish bakery to a new purpose-built site, as part of a strategy to grow its Scottish business. It has planning permission to move out of its Rutherglen bakery in Glasgow to a new multi-million pound bakery 2.5 miles away on the Clydesmill industrial estate in Cambuslang.Construction work on the new bakery is due to start before the end of the year and the move to Cambuslang is scheduled for late 2007. The 340 staff employed at the site are expected to transfer to the new facility.Greggs of Scotland MD Raymond Reynolds said South Lanarkshire Council has just granted Greggs planning permission for the new factory. He told British Baker: “The move will allow us to add capacity while improving our standards and efficiencies. The greater capacity offered by this new bakery will mean we can open more shops both locally and across central Scotland.” He added: “We always look for sites that are close to our current operations as the needs of our employees are a key priority.”Newcastle-based Greggs is the UK’s largest bakery retail chain with 1,331 stores. It has just opened its 149th Scottish store on Leith Walk in Edinburgh. It has over 2,250 staff in Scotland.