CVRD

AcronymDefinition
CVRDCompanhia Vale do Rio Doce (Brazilian mining company)
CVRDCowichan Valley Regional District (Vacouver Island, British Columbia, Canada)
CVRDComox Valley Regional District (Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada)
CVRDChemical Vapor Reductive Deposition (method)
CVRDConverter, Variable Resistance, to DC Voltage (NASA)
CVRDCowlitz Valley Ranger District (Gifford Pinchot National Forest; Washington)
CVRDCumulative Ventral Root Depolarization
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Under Cutifani's leadership, CVRD Inco played a key role in the establishment of the Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation, the Vale Living with Lakes Centre, and Dynamic Earth, a geoscience centre that's part of Science North.
CVRD accounts for 80% of Brazilian iron ore exports.
The minister of mineral resources, Esperanca Bias, says that mining will begin in 2010, with exports quickly reaching 8m tonnes a year; although CVRD could produce up to 26m tonnes of coal a year at Moatize in the longer term to supply its steel production plants in Brazil.
CVRD Inco Limited, formerly Inco Limited, is a subsidiary of Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (CVRD) of Brazil.
The new refinery will be located close to Belm in the state of Para, approximately 5km from Alunorte, the world's largest alumina refinery, owned 57% by CVRD and 34% by Hydro.
For years, Companhia Vale do Rio Dace (CVRD), one of the world's largest metal and mining companies and the largest privately owned company in Brazil, lacked a single internal communication process that would satisfy the demands of its diverse businesses and locations.
The acquisition makes Brazil's CVRD the world's second largest mining company, according to news reports The company's $17 billion purchase of Inco adds nickel production to an already strong iron ore portfolio.
Negotiations are continuing between the company and its bondholders on a debt restructuring plan.* The battle to win control of Inco, a Canadian nickel miner, intensified when CVRD, a big Brazilian mining company, threw its hat into the ring with a C$19.9 billion ($17.8 billion) bid.
The companies have signed a memorandum of understanding to agree on a joint feasibility study to expand upon a previous three-party agreement with CVRD (Compania Vale do Rio Doce S.A).
Mitsui & Co., signed a three party MOU with Petrobras and CVRD (Compania Vale do Rio Doce S.A.) in May of 2005 to carry out a feasibility study regarding the logistics of bio-ethanol in Brazil.We hope to be able to expand the scope for our study to cover the integrated supply chain from production and logistics in Brazil to global marketing through the conclusion of the MOU with Petrobras.
The report said Itochu and the Brazilian company, known as CVRD, are contemplating carrying out Mongolia's first coal development project in the Tavan Tolgoi coal deposit whose reserves are estimated at about 600 million tons, the bulk of them coking coal.