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Estimates of phytoplankton and bacterial biomass production in the northern and southern Benguela ecosystems.
The contract concerned the installation of 100 km of pipelines to connect the new Benguela and Belize compliant tower to the Kuito FPSO and the South Nemba and KWIP platforms, according to the company.
The Benguela ecosystem, off the southwest coast of South Africa, which is a rich upwelling area, supports a major fish industry.
Benguela, the capital of the province with the same name, overlooks the Atlantic Ocean on Angola's western seaboard.
Having started the first marathon in the Antarctic on March 9 (5:48) Lauxen missed the flight for Benguela Weskus Marathon in Langebaan, South Africa, on March 17, almost ending his quest for World Record honours.
Although the hospital premises were better than those which Tams had visited in Benguela, the smaller southern Angolan port, where the cobweb-festooned pharmacy had little more to offer by way of medication than a few jars of Epsom Salts, the care of patients in Luanda did not impress the German physician, and after a cursory inspection the surgeon-general and his guest continued their journey among the fee-paying bourgeoisie and arrived home for breakfast by eight o' clock.
Angola s Deputy Transport Minister, Jose Joao Kuvingwa, said Tuesday in the city of Huambo that the Benguela Railroad (CFB) may start operating in the first half of 2011, a year ahead of the projected date.
One had to stay up late Thursday night, not just because of the noisy celebrations that prevented sleep following Egypt's 4-0 demolition of Algeria in the Africa Cup of Nations semi-final in Angola, but to keep an eye on the news for fear that angry Algerian fans might have dismembered Egyptians in Benguela. Memories are still vivid of Algerians assaulting Egyptian fans on the streets of host city Omdurman in November following the qualifier which put Algeria into the 2010 World Cup.
BENGUELA: Algeria and Egypt retreated behind closed doors on the eve of their African Nations Cup semi-final in Benguela, seeking to avoid a revival of the hostility that marked their recent World Cup qualifying battle.
And Arsenal midfielder Song has called for focus on today's task in Benguela.
ZAMBIA'S potent strikeforce, woeful defence and gung-ho style could be the ingredients for a goal fest at the Ombaka Stadium in Benguela today.
Six-times champions Egypt saw off Benin 2-0 in Benguela to top the standings with a perfect record and nine points.