E-CO

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E-COEthanol and Corn Oil
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E-CO Energi is the second largest energy producer in Norway and is owned by the City of Oslo.
Austria said the issuance of e-CO is the Philippine's participation in the ASEAN Single Window Project (ASW) -- a multinational, cooperation project that will allow member states to digitally issue and verify certificates of origin.
'Our objective in implementing this measure is to facilitate the transmission of e-CO for export products and the receipt of e-CO for imported products using available technologies and international best practices, in compliance with the CMTA [Customs Modernization and Tariff Act],' he added.
Guerrero said the new issuance seeks to facilitate the practically paperless acceptance of e-CO among the ASEAN Member States (AMS) pursuant to the protocol on the legal framework to implement the ASEAN Single Window (ASW) and the amended ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (ATIGA) operational certification procedure.
Bonderite E-CO DMC is a process control system that allows users to run complex metal pretreatment lines with up to fifteen or more stages.
Norwegian utility IT company Powel ASA (OSE:POWEL) said on Tuesday (20 January) that it has renewed its partnership agreement with the hydropower company E-CO Vannkraft AS.
According to Guerrero, the order provides the guidelines for the application, submission, and processing of all e-CO through TradeNet.gov.ph, which will facilitate the acceptance of e-CO among the ASEAN-member states.
Norwegian utility IT company Powel ASA (OSE:POWEL) said on Monday (26 May) that it has landed a software contract from the Norwegian utilities Statkraft Energi AS, E-Co Vannkraft, Norsk Hydro ASA, Nord-Trondelag Elektrisitetsverk (NTE) and Tronderenergi.
The Norwegian energy group E-CO Energi AS issued on Tuesday (22 August) its report for the first half of the year, posting an operating result of NOK1,033m, as compared to NOK776m in the first half of 2005.