BGIT

AcronymDefinition
BGITBleeding Gastrointestinal Tract
BGITBlock Grant Implementation Team (Tanzania)
BGITBattle Group Interoperability Test
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BGIT sells its output to STEG under a contract which first called for the supply of 160 MCF/d of treated gas (out of 240 MCF/d of raw gas) for five years starting from mid-1995.
Wright State faced Charlotte for the first D-III championship game in BGIT history, and Wright State came away with the victory, 77-58.
Bechtel, which designed the plant, helped BGIT carry out the repairs including redesigning the control system.
Under a deal signed with STEG in 1995, BGIT was committed to sell 4.5 MCM/d of clean gas during the first five years and to raise the volume to 5.7 MCM/d thereafter for 20 years.
BGIT sells its output to STEG under a contract which first called for the supply of 160 MCF/day of treated gas (out of 240 MCF/day of raw gas) for five years starting from mid-1995.
Under a contract signed with STEG in 1995, BGIT was committed to supply 4.5 MCM/day of clean gas during the first five years and to raise the volume to 5.7 MCM/day thereafter for 20 years.
BGIT's net oil production from these fields then averaged 2,500 b/d.
BGIT, which has been the leading lobbyist for the new system for many years, has said it would like to see tax relief on 30% of profits reinvested in Tunisia.
British Gas (BGIT) was the main foreign force behind the changes contained in the new law, including a new pricing system for gas which BGIT sells to the state (see Gas Market Trends No.
BGIT is by far the biggest investor in Tunisia's energy sector, having spent more than $650 million in the development of Miskar and in other areas.
The figure reached 8% of GDP in 1998 and exceeded 9% in 1999 as gas production at the Miskar field was raised by British Gas (BGIT), which brought the field on stream in May 1995 (see Tunisia's oil & gas fields in OMT & Gas Market Trends No.
In late August 1997, British Gas Tunisia (BGT, now BGIT) sold to Preussag Energie the following interests in this country: (a) its 50% share in Tunisian-British Services (TBS), which operates several concessions sold to the German firm with ETAP retaining its 50% equity; (b) its 34.3% share in the Kerkennah Ouest Block B, covering 1,516 sq km onshore and offshore Sfax, where Preussag already had 14.7% with ETAP retaining its 51%; and (c) its 49% share in four associated oil production permits, which include the offshore Cercina field and five smaller onshore fields, with ETAP retaining its 51%.