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Old   August 25, 2006, 13:35
Default Important equipement for Oil and Gas
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We are skill brokers working for Oil and Gas company and we are looking for technical consultants knowing gambit/fleunt for computing the specifications of POB's and specific parts of the topsides' "Christmas trees". ability to mesh from cad packages is a big plus.

Most of the equipment is standardized, stored in CAD format and used by the main Oil and Gas companies. The first company to complete the assignments is likely to obtain most of the contracts.

One critical requiment is a good knowledge of transport properties of gas and liquid mixtures (thermodynamic laws) and petroleum industries.

targetted regions are: Venezuela, Malaysia, Nigeria, Caspian sea

Do you have any link to provide or point to?

Thank you


ps:we already know contact details from fleunt or cfd vendors. We are looking for alternatives.
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Old   August 25, 2006, 19:43
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It is spelled FLUENT and not as you incorrectly and repeatedly spell it, "knowing gambit/fleunt for" and "contact details from fleunt or cfd vendors."

1- Scam letters are known to have spelling errors 2- If you are a legitimate business post your web
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Old   August 28, 2006, 07:37
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If they are from those countries they might not be allowed to have a website because of the nationalisation of oil buisiness so they're trying a workaround. It is true about POB though, could be a gold mine for cae buisiness. May be they pronounce it "flunt" in South America


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