seaham quarry is a heritage-listed former quarry and now geological site at torrence street, seaham, port stephens council, new south wales, australia.it was added to the new south wales state heritage register on 2 april 1999.
dulcote quarry is a disused limestone quarry at dulcote, near wells on the mendip hills, somerset, england.the quarry measures around 600 metres 2,000 ft from west to east and around 350 metres 1,150 ft from north to south, with an area of 18 acres 7.3 ha , which is surrounded by 80 acres 32 ha of woodland.
nigeria's coal industry suffered a blow in the 1950s when oil was discovered. up until this point, the nigerian railway corporation was the largest consumer of coal in the country. however, after the discovery of oil, the railway corporation began to replace its coal burning trains with diesel -powered engines .
oil theft in nigeria is considered to be the illegal appropriation of crude or refined oil products from the pipelines of multinational oil companies. oil theft in nigeria is facilitated by the pragmatic co-operation between security forces, militia organizations, the local population, and oil company employees who use a variety of methods to steal oil from the multinational oil corporations .
the central government war headquarters cgwhq is a 35-acre 14 ha complex built 120 feet 37 m underground as the united kingdom's emergency government war headquarters – the hub of the country's alternative seat of power outside london during a nuclear war or conflict with the soviet union.it is located in corsham, wiltshire, in a former bath stone quarry known as spring quarry, under .
origin. in 1909, coal was discovered in enugu, nigeria.the ogbete drift mine opened six years later. the ogbete mine's operations and others in the country were merged into a new corporation in 1950: the nigerian coal corporation.
political conflicts and violence in northern nigeria has also made its way into niger; adding to the food insecurity problems as well as endangering local communities. these conflicts disrupted activities essential for livelihood, agriculture and trade through out southern regions in niger.
the abyssinian ground hornbill or northern ground hornbill bucorvus abyssinicus is an african bird, found north of the equator, and is one of two species of ground hornbill.the other is the slightly larger southern ground hornbill; the two are the largest species of hornbills found in africa.
julius berger is a nigerian construction company, headquartered in abuja, with additional permanent locations in lagos and uyo.. the company is represented across nigeria in structural engineering and infrastructure works, and in southern nigeria through domestic and international oil and gas industry projects.
sitka sedge state natural area sitka sedge is an estuary and beach on the north coast of the u.s. state of oregon in tillamook county.sitka sedge consists of 357 acres 144 ha of tidal marsh, mudflats, dunes, forested wetlands, and uplands at the south end of the sand lake estuary, north of tierra del mar.. land at the southernmost end of the estuary had been diked and farmed for most of .
brofiscin quarry, groes faen is a disused limestone quarry in groes-faen, near llantrisant in south wales. it has been designated a site of special scientific interest due to the exposed early carboniferous geological formations on the site. it was used for about seven years for dumping of toxic waste including pcbs and was capped in 2011.
'aiteo is one of the indigenous nigerian companies that took advantage of the exit of major international oil companies, like chevron, conocophillips and shell that put up their nigerian onshore licences for sale. in 2014, aiteo bid for and acquired shell’s oml29 and nembe creek trunk line for $2.7 billion.
lummi island lies at the southwest corner of whatcom county, washington, united states, between the mainland part of the county and offshore san juan county.the lummi indian reservation is situated on a peninsula east of the island, but does not include lummi island. the island has a land area of 23.97 square kilometres 9.25 square miles and had a population of 822 as of the 2000 census.
aberllefenni quarry is the collective name of three slate quarries, foel grochan, hen gloddfa also known as hen chwarel and ceunant ddu, located in cwm hengae, just to the west of aberllefenni, gwynedd, north wales. it was the longest continually operated slate mine in the world until its closure in 2003.
in march 2013 the quarry was put up for sale by the owners 3k facilities. borehole seismic test and development facility. in february 2014 rosemanowes quarry was purchased by avalon sciences ltd a somerset based borehole seismic instrumentation company with the intention to develop the site in to an industry leading facility for testing down .