EBSCEscola Básica e Secundária da Calheta (Portuguese: Calheta Primary and Secondary School; Calheta, Portugal)
EBSCEuro Beach Soccer Cup (annual competition)
EBSCElder-Beerman Stores Corp.
EBSCEuropean Business Services Center (France)
EBSCEnhanced Base Station Controller
EBSCElectronic & Broadcast Services Company (Fort Collins, CO)
EBSCEast Bay Sanctuary Covenant (Berkeley, CA)
EBSCEmbedded Bitmap Scaling
EBSCElmbrook Swim Club (Brookfield, Wisconsin)
EBSCEnglish Bay Swim Club
EBSCExternal Balanced Scorecard
EBSCEast Boston Social Centers
EBSCe-Berkeley Steering Committee
EBSCEast Brunswick Soccer Club
EBSCErnestown Barracuda Swim Club
EBSCExternal Board of Scientific Counselors
EBSCEuropean Board for the Specialty of Cardiology
EBSCEmployee Benefits of St Cloud, Inc. (Sauk Rapids, MN)
EBSCErasmus Business Support Centre
EBSCEast Berlin Street Core (musical genre)
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The EBSC agreed with the Australian company Mineral Technologies to supply the black sand drilling equipment and machines.
The EBSC was established in February 2016 with a capital of EGP 1bn.
The EBSC, according to Sultan, did not delay the completion of an agreement with Mineral Technologies to supply equipment for the separation plant.
The EBSC had signed an usufruct agreement with Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate for 80 feddans of land designated for establishing a black sand separation plant.
EBSC intended to give Mineral Technologies operation rights for three years, which was rejected by the company.
Soltan explained that the board of EBSC met with officials of the 10 companies that expressed their will to participate in the project.
All parties agreed that investment in this land will be exploited only after EBSC extracts the minerals.
In December 2016, the government allocated a land area of 50 acres in Metoubas, Kafr El Sheikh, to EBSC on a usufruct basis to establish a plant to separate black sand and extract economic minerals.
EBSC had signed a contract with TAQA Petroleum Services Company to supply 1,300 cubic metres of gas per day to the black sand separation plant in Kafr El-Sheikh.
The EBSC was founded in February 2013 with a capital of EGP 1bn; the board of directors includes a chairperson and eight members.
Major general Ashraf Soltan, chairperson of the EBSC, said that the company contracted with TAQA to provide the gas necessary to run the separation plant and establish an external pipeline.
The EBSC signed a usufruct agreement with the Kafr Al-Sheikh governorate for 50,000 feddans (51,890 acres) of land, designated for the establishment of a black sand separation plant for 20 years at a cost of $35m.