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Substantial Growth for Small Hydropower Market in Africa, Latest Study Finds CAGR of 19.2% During 2016-2024 Hydropower is presently one of the most widely researched and utilized renewable source of energy generation. With proper utilization of the vast usable resources of hydropower across the globe, it is possible to generate enough clean energy to provide for a significant portion of the continuously rising demand for energy from the global population. Albany, NY, March 02, 2017 --( Request for Sample Report: http://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=979329 The market analyst has studied that, small hydropower in Africa has huge potential, as yet limited numbers of small hydropower stations are in operation, which makes a positive impact on the market. Additionally, the substantial expansion of hydropower and the increasing prominence to put on hydroelectricity in developing regions are anticipated to be key drivers of the African small hydropower market. The report also adds that the overall competitive scenario within the African small hydropower market is probable to remain diverse over the coming years. The key findings of the study displays that, the African Small Hydropower market’s potential capacity is projected to reach 49,706.1 MW by 2024, after escalating at a CAGR of 19.2% during the forecast period of 2016 to 2024, which is a great extent as compared to 2015 potential capacity, which was only 9,752.9 MW. Moreover, in terms of geography, the Africa small hydropower market is segmented into Zambia, Morocco, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ghana, and rest of Africa. Among these, Zambia and Ghana show high potential for small hydropower adoption. Request for Sample Report: http://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=enquiry&repid=979329 Furthermore, the report describes that today one of the bigger concerns in the world is the provision of greener energy when it comes to power generation. This impacts a region on multiple levels. Therefore, the demand for small hydropower is increasing as these systems use the flow of water to turn turbines that are connected to a generator for the production of electricity, in a similar way to larger traditional hydroelectric systems. This hydroelectric energy is the cleanest form of renewable and has high capacity utilization and plant availability factor. It has been further analyzed by the study that, Off-grid power generation is a highly desirable and viable alternative to solve the energy crisis in Africa. Accordingly, the need for off-grid electricity in the future is growing constantly. Other factors also driving the Africa small hydropower market include the low cost associated with the overall generation of hydropower. Read Full Report with TOC: http://www.marketresearchhub.com/report/small-hydropower-market-africa-industry-analysis-size-share-growth-trends-and-forecast-2016-2024-report.html Some of the crucial players in the small hydropower market so far, have included Mecamidi, Artelia, Lesotho Electricity Company, Agder Energi AS, Ontario Power Generation, Inc., Africa Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM), Eco Power Holdings, Alstom SA, Siemens AG, BC Hydro and Power Authority, RusHydro PJSC, ZESCO Ltd., Mozambique Electricity Company etc. About Market Research Hub Market Research Hub (MRH) is a next-generation reseller of research reports and analysis. MRH’s expansive collection of market research reports has been carefully curated to help key personnel and decision makers across industry verticals to clearly visualize their operating environment and take strategic steps. MRH functions as an integrated platform for the following products and services: Objective and sound market forecasts, qualitative and quantitative analysis, incisive insight into defining industry trends, and market share estimates. Our reputation lies in delivering value and world-class capabilities to our clients. Contact Details: 90 State Street, Albany, NY 12207, United States Toll Free: 866-997-4948 (US-Canada) Tel: +1-518-621-2074 Email: press@marketresearchhub.com Website: http://www.marketresearchhub.com/ Follow Us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/MktResearchHub LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/company/market-research-hub Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarketResearchHub/ Albany, NY, March 02, 2017 --( PR.com )-- According to a new market analysis by Transparency Market Research, renewable energy is developing at a rapid speed and along with this, hydropower remains the most explored and primary source of clean energy. It is because small hydro plants have the productivity over 90% which makes it resourceful and favorable energy among the other renewable sources. To explore the market status and future development of small hydropower, this study analyzes the countries of Africa, therefore titled “Small Hydropower Market- Africa Industry Analysis 2016-2024” and has been recently added to the vast portfolio of Market Research Hub (MRH).Request for Sample Report: http://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=S&repid=979329The market analyst has studied that, small hydropower in Africa has huge potential, as yet limited numbers of small hydropower stations are in operation, which makes a positive impact on the market. Additionally, the substantial expansion of hydropower and the increasing prominence to put on hydroelectricity in developing regions are anticipated to be key drivers of the African small hydropower market. The report also adds that the overall competitive scenario within the African small hydropower market is probable to remain diverse over the coming years.The key findings of the study displays that, the African Small Hydropower market’s potential capacity is projected to reach 49,706.1 MW by 2024, after escalating at a CAGR of 19.2% during the forecast period of 2016 to 2024, which is a great extent as compared to 2015 potential capacity, which was only 9,752.9 MW. Moreover, in terms of geography, the Africa small hydropower market is segmented into Zambia, Morocco, South Africa, Tanzania, Nigeria, Ghana, and rest of Africa. Among these, Zambia and Ghana show high potential for small hydropower adoption.Request for Sample Report: http://www.marketresearchhub.com/enquiry.php?type=enquiry&repid=979329Furthermore, the report describes that today one of the bigger concerns in the world is the provision of greener energy when it comes to power generation. This impacts a region on multiple levels. Therefore, the demand for small hydropower is increasing as these systems use the flow of water to turn turbines that are connected to a generator for the production of electricity, in a similar way to larger traditional hydroelectric systems. This hydroelectric energy is the cleanest form of renewable and has high capacity utilization and plant availability factor.It has been further analyzed by the study that, Off-grid power generation is a highly desirable and viable alternative to solve the energy crisis in Africa. Accordingly, the need for off-grid electricity in the future is growing constantly. Other factors also driving the Africa small hydropower market include the low cost associated with the overall generation of hydropower.Read Full Report with TOC: http://www.marketresearchhub.com/report/small-hydropower-market-africa-industry-analysis-size-share-growth-trends-and-forecast-2016-2024-report.htmlSome of the crucial players in the small hydropower market so far, have included Mecamidi, Artelia, Lesotho Electricity Company, Agder Energi AS, Ontario Power Generation, Inc., Africa Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM), Eco Power Holdings, Alstom SA, Siemens AG, BC Hydro and Power Authority, RusHydro PJSC, ZESCO Ltd., Mozambique Electricity Company etc.About Market Research HubMarket Research Hub (MRH) is a next-generation reseller of research reports and analysis. MRH’s expansive collection of market research reports has been carefully curated to help key personnel and decision makers across industry verticals to clearly visualize their operating environment and take strategic steps.MRH functions as an integrated platform for the following products and services: Objective and sound market forecasts, qualitative and quantitative analysis, incisive insight into defining industry trends, and market share estimates. Our reputation lies in delivering value and world-class capabilities to our clients.Contact Details:90 State Street,Albany, NY 12207,United StatesToll Free: 866-997-4948 (US-Canada)Tel: +1-518-621-2074Email: press@marketresearchhub.comWebsite: http://www.marketresearchhub.com/Follow Us on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/MktResearchHubLinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/company/market-research-hubFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarketResearchHub/ Click here to view the list of recent Press Releases from Market Research Hub


PubMed | Aix - Marseille University, CNR Institute of Neuroscience, ARTELIA, Imperial College London and 4 more.
Type: | Journal: Journal of environmental management | Year: 2016

In a context of increased land and natural resources scarcity, the possibilities for local authorities and stakeholders of anticipating evolutions or testing the impact of envisaged developments through scenario simulation are new challenges. PRECOSs approach integrates data pertaining to the fields of water and soil resources, agronomy, urbanization, land use and infrastructure etc. It is complemented by a socio-economic and regulatory analysis of the territory illustrating its constraints and stakes. A modular architecture articulates modeling software and spatial and temporal representations tools. It produces indicators in three core domains: soil degradation, water and soil resources and agricultural production. As a territory representative of numerous situations of the Mediterranean Basin (urban pressures, overconsumption of spaces, degradation of the milieus), a demonstration in the Craus area (Southeast of France) has allowed to validate a prototype of the approach and to test its feasibility in a real life situation. Results on the Crau area have shown that, since the beginning of the 16th century, irrigated grasslands are the cornerstones of the anthropic-system, illustrating how successfully mens multi-secular efforts have maintained a balance between environment and local development. But today the ecosystem services are jeopardized firstly by urban sprawl and secondly by climate change. Pre-diagnosis in regions of Emilia-Romagna (Italy) and Valencia (Spain) show that local end-users and policy-makers are interested by this approach. The modularity of indicator calculations and the availability of geo-databases indicate that PRECOS may be up scaled in other socio-economic contexts.


News Article | February 15, 2017
Site: cerncourier.com

Completion of the preliminary design phase for the High-Luminosity LHC last year paves the way for civil-engineering work to begin. Le HL-LHC sera composé de plusieurs technologies et aimants innovants, et ces nouveaux éléments de l’accélérateur auront besoin de services supplémentaires tels que transmission de courant, distribution électrique, refroidissement, ventilation et cryogénie. Afin d’héberger les nouvelles infrastructures et les nouveaux éléments, des structures de génie civil, notamment des bâtiments, des puits, des cavernes et des galeries souterraines sont nécessaires. L’achèvement, l’année passée, de la phase de conception préliminaire du HL-LHC a permis le commencement des travaux de génie civil, et des contrats avec des entreprises externes vont à présent être conclus. The High-Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC) project at CERN is a major upgrade that will extend the LHC’s discovery potential significantly. Approved in June 2014 and due to enter operation in the mid-2020s, the HL-LHC will increase the LHC’s integrated luminosity by a factor 10 beyond its original design value. The complex upgrade, which must be implemented with minimal disruption to LHC operations, demands careful study and will take a decade to achieve. The HL-LHC relies on several innovative and challenging technologies, in particular: new superconducting dipole magnets with a field of 11 T; highly compact and ultra-precise superconducting “crab” cavities to rotate the beams at the collision points and thus compensate for the larger beam crossing angle; beam-separation and recombination superconducting dipole magnets; beam-focusing superconducting quadrupole magnets; and 80 m-long high-power superconducting links with zero energy dissipation. These new LHC accelerator components will be mostly integrated at Point 1 and Point 5 of the ring where the two general-purpose detectors ATLAS and CMS are located (see diagram). The new infrastructure and services consist mainly of power transmission, electrical distribution, cooling, ventilation, cryogenics, power converters for superconducting magnets and inductive output tubes for superconducting RF cavities. To house these large elements, civil-engineering structures including buildings, shafts, caverns and underground galleries are required. The definition of the civil engineering for the HL-LHC began in 2015. Last year, the completion of a concept study allowed CERN to issue a call for tender for two civil-engineering consultant contracts, which were adjudicated in June 2016. These consultants are in charge of the preliminary, tender and construction design phases of the civil-engineering work, in addition to managing the construction and defect-liability phase. At Point 1, which is located in Switzerland just across from the main CERN entrance, the consultant contract involves a consortium of three companies: SETEC TPI (France), which is the consortium leader, together with CSD Engineers (Switzerland) and Rocksoil (Italy). A similar consortium has been appointed at Point 5, in France. Here, the consultant contract is shared between consortium-leader Lombardi (Switzerland), Artelia (France) and Pini Swiss (Switzerland). In November 2016, the two consultant consortia completed the preliminary design phase including cost and construction-schedule estimates for the civil-engineering work. In parallel with the preliminary design, and with the help of external architects, CERN has submitted building-permit applications to the Swiss and French authorities with a view to start construction work by mid-2018. CERN has also performed geotechnical investigations to better understand the underground conditions (which consist of glacial moraines overlying a local type of soft rock called molasse), and has placed a contract with independent engineers ARUP (UK) and Geoconsult (Austria). These companies will confirm that the consultant designs have been performed with the appropriate skill, care and diligence in accordance with applicable standards. In addition, a panel comprising lawyers, architects and civil engineers is in place to resolve any disputes between parties. At ground level, the HL-LHC civil engineering consists of five buildings at each of the two LHC points, technical galleries, access roads, concrete slabs and landscaping. At each point, the total surface corresponds to about 20,000 m2 including 3300 m2 of buildings. A cluster of three buildings is located at the head of the shaft and will house the helium-refrigerator cold box (SD building, see images above), water-cooling and ventilation units (SU building) and also the main electrical distribution for high and low voltage (SE building). Completing the inventory at each point are two stand-alone buildings that will house the primary water-cooling towers (SF building) and the warm compressor station of the helium refrigerator (SHM building). Buildings housing noisy equipment (SU, SF, SHM) will be constructed with noise-insulating concrete walls and roofs. In terms of underground structures, the civil-engineering work consists of a shaft, a service cavern, galleries and vertical cores (see image above left). The total volume to be excavated is around 50,000 m3 per point. The PM shaft (measuring 9.7 m in diameter and 70–80 m deep) will house a secured access lift and staircase as well as the associated services. The service cavern (US/UW, measuring 16 m in diameter and 45 m long) will house cooling and ventilation units, a cryogenic box, an electrical safe room and electrical transformers. The UR gallery (5.8 m diameter, 300 m long) will house the power converters and electrical feed boxes for the superconducting magnets as well as cryogenic and service distribution. Two transverse UA galleries (6.2 m diameter, 50 m long) will house the RF equipment for the powering and controls of the superconducting crab cavities. At the end of the UA galleries, evacuation galleries (UPR) are required for personnel emergency exits. Two transversal UL galleries (3 m diameter, 40 m long) will house the superconducting links to power the magnets and cryogenic distribution system. Finally, the HL-LHC underground galleries are connected to the LHC tunnel via 16 vertical cores measuring 1 m in diameter and approximately 7 m long. The next important milestone will be the adjudication in March 2018 of the two contracts (one per point) for the civil-engineering construction work. In December 2016, CERN launched a market survey for the construction tender, which will be followed by invitations to tender to qualified firms by June 2017. The main excavation work, which may generate harmful vibrations for the LHC accelerator performance, must be performed during the second long shutdown of the LHC accelerator scheduled for 2019–2020. Handover of the final building is scheduled by the end of 2022, while the vertical cores connecting the HL-LHC galleries to the LHC tunnel will be constructed at the start of the third LHC long shutdown beginning in 2024. Realising the HL-LHC is a major challenge that involves more than 25 institutes from 12 countries, and in addition to civil-engineering work it demands several cutting-edge magnet and other accelerator technologies. The project is the highest priority in the European Strategy for Particle Physics, and will ensure a rich physics programme at the high-energy frontier into the 2030s.


News Article | December 29, 2015
Site: www.reuters.com

A general view of Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam, as it undergoes construction, is seen during a media tour along the river Nile in Benishangul Gumuz Region, Guba Woreda, in Ethiopia March 31, 2015. According to a government official, the dam has hit the 41 percent... The three countries had initially picked French firm BRL and Dutch firm Deltares in April but Deltares later withdrew leading them to replace it with French firm Artelia on Tuesday. The leaders of the three countries signed a co-operation deal in Khartoum in March that paved the way for a joint approach to regional water supplies. Cairo and Addis Ababa had previously been locked in a bitter war of words over Ethiopia's $4 billion project. Tuesday's agreement came after talks between the foreign and water ministers of the three countries had to be extended for a third day. Technical studies will start in February, when the six ministers are due to meet again, and will take between six and 15 months, Sudanese Water Resources, Irrigation, and Electricity Minister Moataz Mousa said. The principles in the March agreement included giving priority to downstream countries for electricity generated by the dam, a mechanism for resolving conflicts, and providing compensation for damages. Signatories also pledged to protect the interests of downstream countries when the dam's reservoir is filled. Addis Ababa has long complained that Cairo was pressuring donor countries and international lenders to withhold funding from the 6,000 megawatt dam, which is being built by Italy's largest construction firm Salini Impregilo SpA. Egypt, which relies almost exclusively on the Nile for farming, industry and domestic water use, has sought assurances the dam will not significantly cut its flow to its rapidly growing population. Even before the impact studies have been started, officials say 50 percent of the dam's construction has been completed. "We are satisfied with the results of this meeting and look forward to achieving a strategic partnership," said Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry. Ethiopia, the source of the Blue Nile which joins the White Nile in Khartoum and runs on to Egypt, says the dam will not disrupt flow. It hopes the project will transform it into a power hub for the electricity-hungry region. "We see the agreement over these companies as progress and look forward to actualizing the interests of the three countries. We believe the dam will be useful to the three countries," said Ethiopian Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom. The Grand Renaissance Dam is the centerpiece of Ethiopia's bid to become Africa's biggest power exporter. Addis Ababa plans to spend some $12 billion on harnessing its rivers for hydro power production in the next two decades.


Bernardara P.,Électricité de France | Bernardara P.,University Paris Est Creteil | Mazas F.,ARTELIA | Kergadallan X.,University Paris Est Creteil | Hamm L.,ARTELIA
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences | Year: 2014

The evaluation of the probability of occurrence of extreme natural events is important for the protection of urban areas, industrial facilities and others. Traditionally, the extreme value theory (EVT) offers a valid theoretical framework on this topic. In an over-threshold modelling (OTM) approach, Pickands' theorem, (Pickands, 1975) states that, for a sample composed by independent and identically distributed (i.i.d.) values, the distribution of the data exceeding a given threshold converges through a generalized Pareto distribution (GPD). Following this theoretical result, the analysis of realizations of environmental variables exceeding a threshold spread widely in the literature. However, applying this theorem to an auto-correlated time series logically involves two successive and complementary steps: the first one is required to build a sample of i.i.d. values from the available information, as required by the EVT; the second to set the threshold for the optimal convergence toward the GPD. In the past, the same threshold was often employed both for sampling observations and for meeting the hypothesis of extreme value convergence. This confusion can lead to an erroneous understanding of methodologies and tools available in the literature. This paper aims at clarifying the conceptual framework involved in threshold selection, reviewing the available methods for the application of both steps and illustrating it with a double threshold approach. © Author(s) 2014.


Vallat J.,Total S.A. | Gouley C.,Artelia
Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE International Conference on Health, Safety and Environment 2014: The Journey Continues, HSE 2014 | Year: 2014

International discussions on corporate responsibility for the respect of human rights has increased significantly over the past few years culminating in the publication of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Total has been an active contributor to these discussions and, in parallel, has developed internal guidance on human rights to complement existing policies on risk evaluation and Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA). A range of industry guidance has, and is, being developed on the integration of human rights into impact assessments, yet there remains discussion about whether an integrated, stand-alone or mixed approach can best address these issues. Total has identified the potential human rights risks and impacts of its exploration activities in a sub-saharan African country where the human rights context is particularly complex. A dual approach was taken: human rights issues were added to the scope of the ESIA, whilst in parallel a dedicated human rights impact assessment was commissioned. A number of issues have emerged: The relation between the potential impacts of a relatively small scale exploration activity in a context of high human rights risk; the need to address risks and impacts related to a specific operation versus those that go beyond a limited geographic zone; the 'conflict' between confidentiality for both the company and those stakeholders consulted, and transparency. This paper presents a comparative assessment of the methodologies used to identify potential human rights risks and impacts, evaluate their severity, and to identify mitigation measures. The strengths and weaknesses of each approach in this particular context are evaluated. It is anticipated that the assessment will provide lessons and practical recommendations for the industry given: The history and current human rights context in the operational area; the two studies being carried out in parallel for the same exploration activity in the same area, the different skills and experience being provided by the two organizations. Copyright © (2014) by the Society of Petroleum Engineers All rights reserved.


Grilli A.R.,University of Rhode Island | Grilli S.T.,University of Rhode Island | David E.,Artelia | Coulet C.,Artelia
Proceedings of the International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference | Year: 2015

Since the devastating earthquake of 2010 in Haiti, significant efforts were devoted to estimating future seismic and tsunami hazard in Hispaniola. In 2013, the UNESCO commissioned initial modeling studies to assess tsunami hazard along the North shore of Hispaniola (NSOH), which is shared by the Republic of Haiti (RH) and the Dominican Republic (DR). This included detailed tsunami inundation for two selected sites, Cap Haitien in RH and Puerto Plata in DR. This work is reported here. In similar work done for critical areas of the US east coast (under the auspice of the US National Tsunami Hazard Mitigation Program), the authors have modeled the most extreme far-field tsunami sources in the Atlantic Ocean basin. These included: (i) an hypothetical Mw 9 seismic event in the Puerto Rico Trench; (ii) a repeat of the historical 1755 Mw 9 earthquake in the Azores convergence zone; and (iii) a hypothetical 450 km3 flank collapse of the Cumbre Vieja Volcano (CVV) in the Canary Archipelago. Here, we perform tsunami hazard assessment along the NSOH for these 3 far-field sources, plus 2 additional near-field coseis-mic tsunami sources: (i) a Mw 8 earthquake in the western segments of the nearshore Septentrional fault, as a repeat of the 1842 event; and (ii) a Mw 8.7 earthquake occurring in selected segments of the North Hispan-iola Thrust Fault (NHTF). Based on each source parameters, the initial tsunami elevation is modeled and then propagated with FUNWAVE-TVD (a nonlinear and dispersive long wave Boussinesq model), in a series of increasingly fine resolution nested grids (from 1 arc-min to 200 m) based on a one-way coupling methodology. For the two selected sites, coastal inundation is computed with TELEMAC (a Nonlinear Shallow Water long wave model), in finer resolution (down to 30 m) unstructured nested grids. Although a number of earlier papers have dealt with each of the potential far-field tsunami sources, the modeling of their impact on the NSOH as well as that of the near-field sources, presented here as part of a comprehensive tsunami hazard assessment study, are novel. Copyright © 2015 by the International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers (ISOPE).


Ferrer-Laloe F.,Artelia | Aubert C.,Artelia
International Journal on Hydropower and Dams | Year: 2013

A 64 MW cascade development of two hydro schemes for the Bua river in Malawi is now undergoing design. The main design features of the two RCC dams and powerplants are presented here, along with reference to environmental protection considerations, as the sites are located within a game park in Africa's Great Rift valley.


Grenier M.,SYMBHI | Monier T.,ARTELIA | Moiroud C.,CNR Institute of Neuroscience
Proceedings of the International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, RIVER FLOW 2014 | Year: 2014

In the Romanche valley, near Grenoble in France, the combined risk of a flood occurring on the river and a landslide of several millions m3 (named the "Ruines de Séchilienne") threatens the safety of people living downstream. The SYMBHI is responsible for an operation that aims to take care of this risk, but not only: it also goes after including the other interests related to the river. This integrated project, concerning 9 municipalities and 20 000 inhabitants, thus plans developments on 10 kilometers of the river to guarantee protection of goods and people exposed, while improving environmental quality and functioning of aquatic associated ecosystems, and ensuring landscape insertion of the constructions on the banks. The project, designed by the companies Artelia and CNR, is currently in works phase. These works are scheduled to be completed by the end of 2015. © 2014 Taylor & Francis Group, London.


Trademark
Artelia | Date: 2012-07-24

Recording media, namely, pre-recorded machine-readable data carriers relating to the permanent building works, the buildings, the public works, the architecture, the facilities and energy production, the industry, the natural resources exploitation and prospecting, the hydraulic engineering, the waste treatment, the sorting of waste and raw materials and recycled materials, the water treatment, the effluent treatment, the air treatment, the noise and odor control, the environment, the agriculture, the agricultural engineering, the irrigation, the pollution control, the recycling, the national planning, the coastal planning, the waterway planning, the infrastructures for transportation, telecommunications, the electricity transmission, the systems for the automated collection, processing and dissemination of information in the field of transportation, the demolition of buildings, the contracting, the project management, the piloting of naval vessels; computer software for modeling, simulating, forecasting, warning, informing, assisting in the field of decision-making in the areas of permanent building works, the buildings, the public works, the architecture, the facilities and energy production, the industry, the natural resources exploitation and prospecting, the hydraulic engineering, the waste treatment, the sorting of waste and raw materials and recycled materials, the water treatment, the effluent treatment, the air treatment, the noise and odor control, the environment, the agriculture, the agricultural engineering, the irrigation, the pollution control, the recycling, the national planning, the coastal planning, the waterway planning, the infrastructures for transportation, telecommunications, the electricity transmission, the systems for the automated collection, processing and dissemination of information in the field of transportation, the demolition of buildings, the contracting in the above fields, the project management in the above fields, the piloting of naval vessels. 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Providing information in the fields of energy supply distribution and water supply distribution. Waste treatment; sorting of waste, raw materials and recyclable materials; recycling and reclamation of usable materials from the residue of waste combustion and pollution controls; provision of information, advice and consultancy in relation to the production of energy, the waste treatment, the sorting of waste, raw materials and recyclable materials, the water treatment, the effluent treatment, the air treatment, the noise and odor control, the recycling and reclamation of usable materials from the residue of waste combustion and pollution controls, the treatment, management, recycling, transformation and incineration of waste; production of energy. Film production in the fields of permanent building works, buildings, public works, architecture, plants and energy production, industry, natural resources exploitation and prospecting, hydraulic engineering, waste treatment, sorting of waste, raw materials and recycled materials, water treatment, effluent treatment, air treatment, noise and odor control, environment, agriculture, agricultural engineering, irrigation, pollution control, recycling, national planning, coastal planning, waterway planning, systems for the automated collection, processing and dissemination of information for use in the field of transportation, infrastructures for transportation, telecommunications, electricity transmission, demolition of buildings, contracting in the above fields, project management in the above fields, piloting of naval vessels; educational services, namely, classes, seminars, conferences, congresses, colloquiums, symposiums, workshops, academies, correspondence courses and educational examinations in the fields of permanent building works, buildings, public works, architecture, plants and energy production, industry, natural resources exploitation and prospecting, hydraulic engineering, waste treatment, sorting of waste, raw materials and recycled materials, water treatment, effluent treatment, air treatment, noise and odor control, environment, agriculture, agricultural engineering, irrigation, pollution control, recycling, national planning, coastal planning, waterway planning, systems for the automated collection, processing and dissemination of information for use in the field of transportation, infrastructures for transportation, telecommunications, electricity transmission, demolition of buildings, contracting in the above fields, project management in the above fields, piloting of naval vessels. Scientific and technological research services for determining and assessing public policy and projects in the field of permanent building works, buildings, public works, architecture, plants and energy production, industry, natural resources exploitation and prospecting, hydraulic engineering, waste treatment, sorting of waste, raw materials and recycled materials, water treatment, effluent treatment, air treatment, noise and odor control, environment, agriculture, agricultural engineering, irrigation, pollution control, recycling, national planning, coastal planning, waterway planning, automated collection systems, transportation, infrastructures for transportation, telecommunications, electricity transmission, demolition of buildings, contracting in the above fields, project management in the above fields; architecture services, architectural consulting, architectural construction drafting, consulting in the fields of environmental protection and urban development; scientific and technological consulting in the field of energy production, industry, natural resources exploitation and prospecting, recycling of materials, waste treatment, water treatment, effluent treatment, air treatment, noise and odor control; scientific and technological consulting in connection with permanent building works; engineering services in the field of permanent building works, buildings, public works, architecture, plants and energy production, industry, natural resources exploitation and prospecting, hydraulic engineering, waste treatment, sorting of waste, raw materials and recycled materials, water treatment, effluent treatment, air treatment, noise and odor control, environment, agriculture, agricultural engineering, irrigation, pollution control, recycling, national planning, coastal planning, waterway planning, automated collection systems, transportation, infrastructures for transportation, telecommunications, electricity transmission, the piloting of naval vessels and the demolition of buildings; project management services in connection with permanent building works, building services, public works, national planning, coastal planning and waterway planning. Legal services, namely, legal consultancy for determining and assessing public policies and projects in the field of permanent building works, buildings, public works, architecture, plants and energy production, industry, natural resources exploitation and prospecting, hydraulic engineering, waste treatment, sorting of waste, raw materials and recycled materials, water treatment, effluent treatment, air treatment, noise and odor control, environment, agriculture, agricultural engineering, irrigation, pollution control, recycling, national planning, coastal planning, waterway planning, automated collection systems, transportation, infrastructures for transportation, telecommunications, electricity transmission, demolition of buildings, contracting in the above fields; security guard services for the protection of property and security guarding services for the protection of individuals; security consultancy; legal services, namely, the preparation of legal documentation for construction of permanent works, industrial plants, agricultural plants and infrastructures of all kinds.

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