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KBC Advanced Technologies plc is an independent provider of consulting and software services to energy and other process industries. Headquartered in Walton on Thames in England, the company has fourteen other offices worldwide, with major operations in Houston and Singapore. KBC is a public company listed in the London Stock Exchange.The company was founded in 1979 by Krikor Krikorian, John Brice and Peter Close; its name is formed from the initial letters of their surnames. Wikipedia.


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News Article | April 25, 2017
Site: www.businesswire.com

This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities in any jurisdiction. Not for release in the United States. ANY SECURITIES REFERRED TO HEREIN WILL NOT BE REGISTERED UNDER THE U.S. SECURITIES ACT OF 1933 (THE “1933 ACT”) AND MAY NOT BE OFFERED OR SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES OR TO A U.S. PERSON IN THE ABSENCE OF SUCH REGISTRATION OR AN EXEMPTION FROM THE REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS OF THE 1933 ACT. Universal Ventures Inc. (the “Corporation” or “Universal”) (TSXV:UN) is pleased to announce that it has executed a binding agreement (the “Binding Agreement”) dated April 21, 2017 with mCloud Corp. (“mCloud”), a private company incorporated pursuant to the laws of Delaware, pursuant to which Universal will acquire all of the issued and outstanding securities of mCloud (the “Transaction”). Upon completion, the Transaction will constitute a reverse take-over of Universal by mCloud, with the resulting company to be renamed “Universal mCloud Inc.” (the “Resulting Issuer”). Universal and mCloud are at arm’s length to each other. Prior to the closing of the Transaction, mCloud will complete the acquisition of all of the outstanding stock of Field Diagnostic Services, Inc. (“FDSI”), a Delaware corporation engaged in the business of providing enterprise HVAC software and services designed to optimize energy efficiency and reduce energy and maintenance costs. Immediately following the completion of the FDSI Acquisition, the parties are to proceed with the Transaction on the basis that mCloud will have an enterprise value of approximately US$12 million (the “Valuation”). Upon closing of the Transaction, the resulting issuer will be a Tier 2 Technology issuer. “We believe that combining with mCloud will create a game-changing company with excellent growth potential in the industrial energy software space”, said Harry Katevatis, Chief Executive Officer of Universal. “mCloud offers leading edge solutions that combine the latest cloud-based solutions and mobile augmented reality to leverage accurate and secure deep analytics”, said Russel McMeekin, Chief Executive Officer of mCloud. “In addition, we have a very robust pipeline of potential complimentary acquisitions that we believe are best executed via this combination with Universal and its efficient capital structure. mCloud's team has extensive experience in acquisitions of a wide range of size and complexity of companies. We intend to be the 'first stop shop' for entrepreneurial high-growth industrial cloud software companies that are seeking to be part of mCloud's AssetCare™ suite of cloud solutions to realize maximum shareholder value”. mCloud, a San Francisco, California company with a technology center in Vancouver, British Columbia, provides AssetCare™ solutions for managing critical assets with secure mobile technology, deep analytics, machine-to-machine learning and support for field service technicians. mCloud currently targets complex distributed energy assets such as high-intensity HVAC units, mid-size wind energy turbines and natural gas compressors. These critical energy assets require continuous real time monitoring in order to maximize their uptime, reliability as well as energy and environmental efficiency. AssetCare employs highly secure mobile collaboration technology that connects people, data and knowledge. It uses cutting edge technologies for augmented reality that is utilized in multiple ruggedized industries such as construction, aerospace and process productions. There are one million trained technical field experts in North America alone. They are all certified in handling high voltage and environmentally sensitive gases. They need very timely, secure data in a “hands-free” communication format that includes interactive voice technology. Due to the mission critical nature of these assets owners, regulators and underwriter all benefit from accurate transparent data including the extensive set of performance and maintenance records. AssetCare™ makes it easy to use and analyze the full breadth of asset information. The Transaction is expected to be effected by way of a reverse triangular merger under the laws of Delaware. Universal is expected to incorporate a new, wholly-owned subsidiary (“Universal Subco”) that would be merged with and into mCloud. The separate corporate existence of Universal Subco would cease and mCloud would be the surviving corporation and continue to exist as the surviving corporation and be wholly-owned by the Resulting Issuer. To facilitate the Transaction, Universal will consolidate its outstanding common shares on a 2:1 basis prior to the completion of Transaction. All of the outstanding shares of common stock of mCloud (excluding the mCloud Private Placement Shares (as defined below)) will then be exchanged for 27,272,727 post-consolidation common shares of Universal (determined by dividing the Valuation by the Offering Price (as defined below)). Upon completion of the Transaction, CDN$200,000 in existing debt of Universal, together with the parties' Transaction costs, will be repaid from cash on hand and the proceeds of the Private Placement (as defined below). Subject to the satisfaction of applicable conditions, mCloud intends to complete a private placement (the “Private Placement” of shares of common stock of mCloud (the “mCloud Private Placement” at a price of CDN $0.55 (the “Offering Price”) to raise aggregate gross proceeds of up to CDN$5,000,000. Each mCloud Private Placement Share will ultimately be exchanged for one post-consolidated common share of Universal as part of the Transaction. mCloud expects to engage a syndicate of agents to act on a commercially reasonable efforts basis for the Private Placement, and in connection therewith intends to pay cash commission and/or broker warrants of mCloud to the agents in amounts to be determined. The completion of the Transaction, including the Private Placement, is conditional on obtaining all necessary regulatory and shareholder approvals in connection with the matters described above and other conditions customary for a transaction of this type, including completion of due diligence by each party to the Transaction. The parties intend to apply for an exemption from the sponsorship requirements of the TSX Venture Exchange. Trading in Universal’s shares has been halted, and the halt is expected to remain in place until the Transaction is completed. Proposed Management and Board of Directors of the Resulting Issuer Upon completion of the Transaction, it is anticipated that the persons identified below will serve as directors and officers of the Resulting Issuer: Michael Allman – Director and Chairman of the Board Mr. Allman is a highly-accomplished CEO and Chairman, with extensive experience in growing, restructuring and optimizing business strategies and operations for Fortune 300 companies and top-tier consulting firms around the world. He recently was the COO of Bitstew, Inc. a leading IoT cloud company acquired by GE Digital. Mr. Allman previously served as President and CEO of Southern California Gas Company. Mr. Allman has a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Michigan State University. He is a Certified Management Accountant and a Certified Internal Auditor. Mr. McMeekin was previously a founding partner of Energy Knowledge, Inc., which was acquired by Yokogawa Electric Corporation. Mr. McMeekin went on to serve as Executive Chairman of Yokogawa Venture Group, leading the acquisitions of Industrial Evolution and KBC Advanced Technologies, an energy software and consulting company in the United Kingdom. Mr. McMeekin was the founding CEO of SCI Energy Inc., a Silicon Valley cloud-based energy efficiency company now based in Dallas TX. Previously, Mr. McMeekin was the President and CEO of NASDAQ-listed Progressive Gaming International for six years. In addition, Mr. McMeekin spent more than 10 years at Honeywell Inc., including serving as President of Honeywell's Internet and Software Business Units. At Honeywell, he led joint ventures with Microsoft, United Technologies and i2 Technologies. Mr. McMeekin started his career at SACDA Inc., a University of Western Ontario Computer Aided Design Venture which was later acquired by Honeywell. Mr. McMeekin graduated in Engineering Technology from Sault College of Applied Technology, and he completed a Honeywell Sponsored Executive Leadership Program via the Harvard Business School. He also completed the Stanford School of Law Executive Director Program. Mr. Sicuro has over 35 years of leadership experience with public and private companies ranging from $50 million to over $4 billion in revenues in technology, health care, pharmaceutical distribution, gaming, real estate and financial services. He has significant experience in growth and turnaround environments, including three successful public and private exits, and one public entity conversion. Mr. Sicuro was the CFO of US Oncology, the largest oncology services provider in the United States. Mr. Sicuro has also served as the CFO and COO of various publicly-traded technology companies in and around Silicon Valley, including NASDAQ-listed Progressive Gaming International. Mr. Sicuro attended Bowling Green State University, where he was a member of the hockey team for two years, and received a Bachelor’s degree from Kent State University Mr. Lanza, a former partner of Energy Knowledge, Inc., is versed in applying advanced technologies to traditional asset intensive industries with many years of direct experience, most recently with Yokogawa Venture Group, where he led the integration of KBC Advanced Technologies, Yokogawa’s largest ever acquisition. Mr. Lanza has served in leadership roles at Honeywell and ExxonMobil before becoming CEO of INOVx Solutions from 2006 to 2015, where 3D technologies were used to improve asset performance management. Mr. Lanza holds a BS and MS degree in Chemical Engineering from Columbia University. Mr. Shaw is a financier with over 25 years of experience in investment banking and finance. He is an active investor in renewable energy technology companies, including Powerhive Inc., and several fintech and crypto-currency companies. Mr. Shaw has held senior positions for DEPFA Group and UBS. Mr. Shaw has a BA from the University of Manchester and an MBA (Finance) from the University of Bradford (UK). Mr. Raffaelli was formerly a Managing Director of Silver Lake Kraftwerk, and a Kauffman Fellow. At Silver Lake, Mr. Raffaelli was responsible for leading the firm’s investments in SolarCity, Renovate America, Hyla Mobile, and FriedolaTECH GmBH. Mr. Raffaelli specializes in financial services and technology enabled services businesses. Prior to joining Silver Lake, Mr. Raffaelli was a Principal at Draper Fisher Jurvetson, a venture capital partnership, where he focused on investments in energy and clean technology. Prior to Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Mr. Raffaelli was an Analyst at Och-Ziff Capital Management in London where he focused on merger arbitrage and emerging market investments in Eastern European oil and gas markets. Prior to Och-Ziff Capital, Mr. Raffaelli was an analyst in JPMorgan's Technology Investment Banking group in San Francisco, where he focused on mergers & acquisitions and debt and equity offerings for media-related consumer products and software clients. Mr. Raffaelli has an MBA from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and a BA from Harvard University. Mr. De Luca is the managing partner of Owens Wright LLP, a law firm in Toronto, Ontario. Mr. De Luca is experienced in corporate and securities matters, with an emphasis on corporate finance, public and private mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and venture capital transactions. Mr. De Luca has particular experience in advising public companies in connection with securities law compliance and corporate governance matters, including ongoing advice to boards of directors and special committees as well as extensive transactional experience in all areas of corporate and securities law covering a large spectrum of industries, including technology, renewable energy, mining and financial services. Mr. De Luca is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, holds a Bachelor of Laws from Queens University and a Master of Laws from New York University, and holds the ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors. Mr. De Luca is currently a director of Grenville Strategic Royalty Corp. (TSXV:GRC). The information provided in this press release regarding mCloud has been provided by mCloud and has not been independently verified by Universal. Completion of the Transaction is subject to a number of conditions, including but not limited to, TSX Venture Exchange acceptance and, if applicable pursuant to the requirements of the TSX Venture Exchange, majority of the minority shareholder approval. The Transaction cannot close until the required shareholder approval is obtained. There can be no assurance that the Transaction will be completed as proposed or at all. Investors are cautioned that, except as disclosed in the management information circular or filing statement to be prepared in connection with the Transaction, any information released or received with respect to the Transaction may not be accurate or complete and should not be relied upon. Trading in the securities of Universal should be considered highly speculative. The TSX Venture Exchange has in no way passed upon the merits of the Transaction and has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this press release. The information in this news release includes certain information and statements about management's view of future events, expectations, plans and prospects that constitute forward looking statements. These statements are based upon assumptions, including, without limitation, the completion of the Transaction, that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties. Because of these risks and uncertainties and as a result of a variety of factors, the actual results, expectations, achievements or performance may differ materially from those anticipated and indicated by these forward looking statements. Although Universal and mCloud believe that the expectations reflected in forward looking statements are reasonable, neither entity can give any assurances that the expectations of any forward looking statements will prove to be correct. Except as required by law, Universal and mCloud disclaim any intention and assume no obligation to update or revise any forward looking statements to reflect actual results, whether as a result of new information, future events, changes in assumptions, changes in factors affecting such forward looking statements or otherwise. Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


— A significant reduction in time and cost can be achieved in the product development cycle with the introduction of engineering software such as CAD, CAM, CAE, and EDA among others. Also, engineering software provide easy accessibility to the users, thus reducing extra efforts and increasing efficiency and work quality, thereby driving its adoption. The engineering software market is further flourishing due to the rising adoption of portable computing devices at workplace coupled with easy availability of these software over cloud. Rising need of automation in process industries (such as oil & gas, manufacturing and offshoring industries among others) is expected to create new opportunities for the global engineering software market during the forecasted period. Browse market data tables and in-depth TOC of the Engineering Software Market to 2025 @ http://www.theinsightpartners.com/reports/engineering-software-market The lack of skilled personnel to develop and operate applications on engineering software hinders the global engineering software market. This eventually limits the number of users, thereby reducing the sales volume of engineering software. In addition, high license fees of the engineering software products makes it inaccessible for small & medium enterprises (SMEs), thus impacting the global engineering software market to an extent. High maintenance cost of the engineering software products leads to piracy which further restricts the global engineering software market. The global engineering software market has been segmented on the basis of software type into computer-aided designing (CAD) software, computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) software, computer-aided engineering (CAE) software, architecture, engineering & construction (AEC) software, and electronic design automation (EDA) software. The global engineering software market has been further segmented by applications into Plant Design, Design Automation, Drafting & 3D Modeling, Product Design & Testing, Others (Enterprise Resource Planning, etc.). On the basis of geography, the global engineering software market is divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East & Africa (MEA) and South America (SAM). APAC region specially, China, India and South Korea, being the major contributor to global software technology, are expected to have seamless opportunities in field of automation promising substantial growth of the global engineering software market over the forecast period. Some of the key players in the global engineering software market include Microsoft Corporation, Google Inc., Oracle Corporation, IBM Corporation, Rockwell Automation, Inc., Honeywell International, Inc., Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc., Seimens AG, Aspen Technology, Inc., Cypress Semiconductor Corporation, Aveva Group Plc, Integraph Corporation (Hexagon AB), Dassault Systemes, KBC Advanced Technologies Plc, Schneider Electric, Cranes Software International Ltd., Autodesk, Inc., SAP SE, PTC, Inc., Corel Technology Pvt. Ltd , D'GIPRO Design Automation Pvt. Ltd., and SmartDraw LLC among others. Few Key Points from Table of Content Global Engineering Software Market Revenue and Forecasts to 2025 – Applications • Plant Design • Design Automation • Drafting & 3D Modeling • Product Design & Testing • Others (Enterprise Resource Planning, etc.) Global Engineering Software Market Revenue and Forecasts to 2025 – Geographical Analysis • North America • Europe • Asia Pacific (APAC) • Middle East & Africa (MEA) • South America (SAM) Inquire about discount on this report @ http://www.theinsightpartners.com/discount/TIPTE100000135 About The Insight Partners: The Insight Partners is a one stop industry research provider of actionable intelligence. We help our clients in getting solutions to their research requirements through our syndicated and consulting research services. We are a specialist in Technology, Media, and Telecommunication industries. For more information, please visit http://www.theinsightpartners.com/


News Article | December 15, 2015
Site: www.greentechmedia.com

As Spanish engineering and renewable energy giant Abengoa struggles to avoid becoming the country’s biggest bankruptcy, it has emerged that a 17-year-old schoolboy predicted its collapse a year ago, spotting accounting discrepancies apparently overlooked by both Deloitte and Standard & Poor’s. Pepe Baltá, a secondary school student in Barcelona, chose Abengoa as his economics project and noticed flaws in its accounting. “If it does not act soon, there is a strong risk Abengoa will go into bankruptcy,” Baltá wrote last year in his 18-page paper, titled "Analytical Report on Abengoa, 2012 and 2013." Baltá, who is now 18 and studying medicine, said he was “very surprised that what I wrote actually happened. I only have basic secondary school knowledge of economics." The Plain Dealer: Eaton, Nissan Looking to Develop Battery Pack for Home Solar Systems Eaton Corp. and carmaker Nissan are looking into jointly manufacturing and selling a residential smart battery pack already proven capable of powering an entire 5,000-square-foot home's lighting for up to four hours. The two companies did just that in a Paris, France home which Nissan is using as a marketing headquarters during the Paris Climate Change Conference. They want to begin selling the smart system during the first half of 2016, said Jonathan Hart, an Eaton spokesman in Switzerland. Vox: The Radical Idea at the Core of the Paris Climate Deal There's a radical idea at the heart of the big Paris climate accord that strikes many people as baffling. The deal is...largely voluntary. That's right: None of the 195 countries that signed on are actually required to make emissions cuts. Sure, every country is required to submit some sort of plan to address climate change. But the content is entirely up to the country. The plans can be ambitious (like Costa Rica's) or laughably weak (like Russia's) or somewhere in between (China's or America's). What's more, no country will be forced to take further actions, and no one gets penalized if they fail to live up to their promises. The only thing countries have to do, really, is report on their progress in transparent ways and submit new plans every five years. Bloomberg: Never Mind $35, The World's Cheapest Oil Is Already Close to $20 As oil crashes through $35 a barrel in New York, some producers are already living with the reality of much lower prices. A mix of Mexican crudes is already valued at less than $28, an 11-year low, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Iraq is offering its heaviest variety of oil to buyers in Asia for about $25. In western Canada, some producers are selling for less than $22 a barrel. “More than one-third of the global oil production is not economical at these prices,” Ehsan Ul-Haq, senior consultant at KBC Advanced Technologies Plc, said by e-mail. “Canadian oil producers could have difficulty in covering their operational costs.” MarketWatch: Will Ford Find the Goldilocks of Electric Vehicles? Ford Motor Company made a $4.5 billion investment in electric vehicles, the company said last week, outlining a plan to add 13 electrified vehicles to its product line by 2020. The automaker joins Volkswagen’s Audi brand, Porsche and Volvo in its vocal commitment to developing more electrified fleets. The announcement follows a dismal November where electric vehicles saw their worst market share since 2011, and with falling gas prices and the rising popularity of SUVs, there is little hope for a turnaround in the near future. However, the 2025 model year deadline for renewed Environmental Protection Agency standards -- which require an average fleet fuel efficiency of 54.5 miles per gallon -- is pushing automakers to invest more in alternative fuel development.


Larson M.,KBC Advanced Technologies
American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers, AFPM - AFPM Annual Meeting 2016 | Year: 2016

Tier III gasoline is here and to add further complexity, gasoline demand is growing again. With Tier III specifications comes a higher demand for low sulfur, high octane, and zero benzene blend components. Optimization of the naphtha train, especially around balancing alkylation capacity and production along with reformer severity, offers some options; however, with Tier 3, the window of operation is getting much tighter. In addition, the abundance of light C5/C6 molecules from cracking and light tight oil from shale oil production exacerbates RVP constraints and is forcing the industry to consider novel approaches. One option is to look outside the refining industry for solutions. Within the petrochemical market, several processes exist that convert propylene to an oxygenated "alkylate" look alike (butanol). However, this blend component and process are not typically used in gasoline blending today. This paper will provide an independent analysis of installing this process technology and using this blendstock within a typical refinery. The study will examine how this process and product can be used to enhance gasoline blending flexibility and optionality. In addition, this approach can create additional optimization options that can be exploited by the upstream process units. This alternative blendstock provides benefits for gasoline blending in RVP as well as octane that open up alternatives from the conventional operations. To determine its applicability, a review of the specific refiner's asset mix and market availability will allow for an informed decision to meet the challenges of the Tier 3 requirements and beyond. Copyright © (2016) by American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) All rights reserved.


Voigt M.,KBC Advanced Technologies
American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers, AFPM - Reliability and Maintenance Conference 2015 | Year: 2015

A presentation on the development of equipment strategy covers a comparison of common approaches; frequent drivers; suggestions /recommendations; version comparison; process description; comprehensive version; analysis, implementation, and results; and risks (change management, internal to project, external to project). This is an abstract of a paper presented at the Reliability and Maintenance Conference 2015 (Austin, TX 5/19-22/2015).


Patent
KBC Advanced Technologies | Date: 2013-02-14

A method of characterizing a mixture having a plurality of hydrocarbons includes: obtaining a set of predetermined pseudo-components, each pseudo-component representing a respective group of hydrocarbons; obtaining physical data about the hydrocarbon mixture; and determining from the data the amount of each pseudo-component considered to be present in the mixture.


Trademark
KBC Advanced Technologies | Date: 2014-12-04

Computer software; electronic publications, software downloadable from the internet; downloadable electronic publications; Computer software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in energy and oil and gas industries; application software (or computer application software) for mobile phones, portable media players or for hand-held computers being software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in energy and oil and gas industries; Computer software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in industry; application software (or computer application software) for mobile phones, portable media players or for hand-held computers being software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in industry. Management consultancy services; business management and consultation services; marketing services and market research; commercial information services; economic forecasting; advertising; business management; business administration; office functions; business management consultancy services; business organisation services; business organisation information services in Class 35. Consultancy services relating to the treatment of materials; refiningservices; consulting services related to generation of electricity. Education and training services; arranging and conducting seminars, conferences, congresses and workshops; Education services, namely, the provision of training in the refining, petrochemical, and other processing industries; arranging and conducting business conferences; arranging and conducting educational conferences, seminars, workshops, and congresses in the refining, petrochemical and other processing industries; writing and creation of training materials and texts both in hard copy and electronic forms in Class 41. Engineering services and engineering consultancy services; technical consulting services; advisory services relating to computer software; design, installation, maintenance and updating of computer software; development of computer software; computer programming; repair of computer software; design services; information, consultancy and advisory services relating to the aforesaid; providing engineering services and engineering consultancy services in connection with computer software used to design, monitor, plan and optimise operations and processes used in industry; provision of application software or computer application software for mobile phones, portable media players, hand-held computers in connection with software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in industry.


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Trademark
KBC Advanced Technologies | Date: 2014-01-31

Computer software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in energy and oil and gas industries; application software (or computer application software) for mobile phones, portable media players or for hand-held computers being software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in energy and oil and gas industries. Advertising; business management; business administration; office functions; management consultancy services; business organisation services; business organisation information services; arranging and conducting business conferences. Education services, namely, the provision of training in the refining, petrochemical, and other processing industries; arranging and conducting educational conferences, seminars, work shops, and congresses in the refining, petrochemical and other processing industries; writing and creation of training materials and texts both in hard copy and electronic forms. Providing engineering services and engineering consultancy services in connection with computer software used to design, monitor, plan and optimise operations and processes used in energy and oil and gas industries; application software or computer application software for mobile phones, portable media players, hand-held computers in connection with software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in energy and oil and gas industries.


Trademark
KBC Advanced Technologies | Date: 2014-12-09

Computer software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in energy and oil and gas industries; downloadable application software and downloadable computer application software for mobile phones, portable media players or for hand-held computers for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in energy and oil and gas industries. Advertising; business management; business administration; office functions; business management consultancy services; business organization consulting; business organization information services; arranging and conducting business conferences. Consultancy services in relation to the treatment of materials; oil and gas refining services; consulting services related to generation of electricity. Educational services, namely, the provision of training in the refining, petrochemical, and other related oil and gas processing industries; educational services, namely, arranging and conducting educational conferences, seminars, workshops, and congresses in the refining, petrochemical and other related oil and gas processing industries; writing and creation of printed training materials and texts and electronic training materials and texts for others in the field of energy, oil and gas, all not for publicity or advertising use and excluding software. Engineering services, namely, providing engineering services and engineering consultancy services in connection with computer software used to design, monitor, plan and optimise operations and processes used in energy and oil and gas industries; providing non-downloadable application software and non-downloadable computer application software for mobile phones, portable media players, hand-held computers for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in oil and gas industries.


Trademark
KBC Advanced Technologies | Date: 2015-05-13

Computer software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in the energy, oil and gas and other process industries; application software (or computer application software) for mobile phones, portable media players or for hand-held computers being software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in the energy, oil and gas and other process industries. Advertising; business management; business administration; office functions; management consultancy services; business organisation services; business organisation information services; arranging and conducting business conferences, in Class 35. Educational services; education services, namely, the provision of training in the refining, petrochemical, oil and gas and other process industries; arranging and conducting educational conferences, seminars, workshops, and congresses in the refining, petrochemical, oil and gas and other process industries; writing and creation of training materials and texts both in hard copy and electronic forms in Class 41. Engineering services; providing engineering services and engineering consultancy services in connection with computer software used to design, monitor, plan and optimise operations and processes used in the energy, oil and gas and other process industries; provision of application software or computer application software for mobile phones, portable media players, hand-held computers in connection with software for the purpose of designing, planning, monitoring and optimising operations and processes used in the energy, oil and gas and other process industries.

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