* Progress on Trent 1000 in-service issues; Pack B & C aircraft on ground (AOG
) below 25
to SDFs, can be analogized to modern AOGs as a useful tool for
The militias' purpose aligned closely with the AOGs' purposes.
By Monday evening, the AOGs took over the Mosul International Airport, television stations, the governor's office, and all military and police stations.
The organisation also mentioned that injured civilians caught between the militant AOGs and the government forces could not access the main health campus since it is located at the middle of the fighting scene.
The biennial AOGS at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre drew a record number of buyers from across the region with several international trade enquiries coming from Iran, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain and countries in Central Asia and North Africa.
A highlight of AOGS 2011 was the Sustainability, Energy & Environment Conference that was held in conjunction with the UAE Society of Engineers, and attended by 150 delegates.
With domestic oil consumption expected to increase by 27.5% between 2010 and 2020, the UAE will be a key target market for exhibitors of AOGS
2011, who are looking to cater to a significant rise in demand for oil and gas technology, equipment and professional expertise.
"The oil and gas industry is expected to account for up to 83pc of the total energy investments in the region within the next few years," said AOGS
organiser, International Conferences and Exhibitions managing director, Anselm Godinho.
The Arab Oil & Gas (AOGS
) 2011, a premier biennial showcase for the region's oil, gas and petrochemical industry, will run from September 18 to 20 in Dubai gathering over 300 exhibitors from more than 25 countries and thousands of trade visitors.
Interviews were conducted in the spring of 2005 with representatives from the Assemblies of God (AOG
), the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance (GAIA), the Baptist World Alliance (BWA), the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) (PC (U.S.A.), and Catholic Relief Services (CRS).