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GEOGeorge
GEOGroup on Earth Observations (est. 2002)
GEOGeography
GEOGeographic
GEOGlobal Environment Outlook
GEOGeorgia (ISO Country code)
GEOGene Expression Omnibus (National Center for Biotechnology Information's archive and resource for gene expression data)
GEOGovernment Equalities Office (UK)
GEOGeosynchronous
GEOGeostationary Orbit
GEOGlobal Education Office (various universities)
GEOGroup Executive Office (Tata)
GEOGeosynchronous Earth Orbit
GEOGreen Energy Ohio
GEOGold Equivalent Ounce (mining product marketing)
GEOGlobal Earth Oceans (Fifth World Community)
GEOGrantmakers for Effective Organizations
GEOGeostationary Equatorial Orbit
GEOGeospatial Enterprise Office (Oregon)
GEOGeothermal Education Office (Tiburon, CA)
GEOGeotechnical Engineering Office (Hong Kong)
GEOGlobal Equity Opportunities (Goldman Sachs)
GEOGrupo Especial de Operaciones (Spain: Police Special Operations Group)
GEOGeneral Education Outcome
GEOGraduate Employee Organization
GEOGlobal Equity Offerings
GEOGuam Energy Office
GEOGas Engine Oil
GEOGraduate English Organization (various schools)
GEOGreen Earth Organization
GEOGeorgetown, Guyana - Timehri (Airport Code)
GEOGrass Roots economic Organizing
GEOGeostationary Earth Orbiter/ing
GEOGlobal Engagement Operations
GEOGlobal Elite Operatives (gaming clan)
GEOGroton Engineering Center (Electric Boat)
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Specialised Technologies for Industrial Supplies (Stisco) made the first presentation which was followed by a presentation by Alberto Rostagno, sales manager -- strategic marketing, Global Services, GE Oil & Gas on integrated maintenance practices for large, heavy-duty gas turbines Issa Odtallah, senior regional manager, Inmarsat, Dubai Broadband Satellite Communication Services presented a case for the upstream oil and gas and Glen Sharkowicz, global business development advisor, ExxonMobil spoke about the key performance advantages of ExxonMobil new gas engine oil technology.
Alexey Stiop, regional technical manager- Valvoline Middle East, Africa and Pakistan, gave an introductory address about significance of gas engine oils segment in Pakistan.
Most of today's recommended natural gas engine oils are SAE 30 or 40 grade.
Today's natural gas engine oils have mixed results in field performance, thus, it is imperative to select a lubricant that is engineered with a balanced formulation of the base stocks and additives to maintain a clean engine.
Leon has encouraged these marketing efforts as well as the development of products such as Cenex natural gas engine oils for methane digesters and landfill gas engines."
Mobil is offering a two-page data sheet featuring information on its Pegasus 85, 90 series gas engine oils. The ashless detergents in Mobil Pegasus 390 and 490 prevent the formation of deposits that can cause detonation.