MEG

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MEGMega- (Million)
MEGMagnetoencephalography
MEGMeta Event Generator
MEGMono Ethylene Glycol
MEGMagnetoencephalogram
MEGMetals Economics Group
MEGMotionless Electromagnetic Generator
MEGMetropolitan Enforcement Group
MEGMetadata for Education Group (UK)
MEGMulti-Employer Group (hotels)
MEGMaverick Entertainment Group, Inc. (Deerfield Beach, FL)
MEGMean Effective Gain
MEGMobile Expert Group (OSGi Alliance)
MEGMiddle East and Gulf
MEGModeling Language Environment Generator (computing)
MEGMarketing Educators Group
MEGMilitary Exposure Guideline
MEGMocha Entertainment Group, Inc (Los Angeles, CA)
MEGMinimum Expected Grade (UK education)
MEGMatrix Element Generator
MEGMega Event Generator (Cisco)
MEGMEF (Marine Expeditionary Force) Engineer Group (USMC)
MEGMicro Enterprise and Training Development Grant (Trinidad & Tobago)
MEGMaintenance Engineering Group
MEGManagement Evaluation Guide
MEGMarine Equipment Buyers' Guide
MEGMessage Entry Generator
MEGMedical Evaluation Guide (US FEMA)
MEGMining and Environmental Geology (University of Venda; est. 2000; South Africa)
References in periodicals archive ?
It has also ordered mono ethylene glycol worth $60 million from MEG Global of Kuwait.
Shell's OMEGA Process, a first-of-its kind technology for producing MEG (Mono Ethylene Glycol), also was selected as a finalist for "Engineering Project of the Year."
Two of the contracts were awarded by Mitsui Ocean Development & Engineering Co Ltd and cover the supply of an sulphate removal unit and a Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) reclamation unit for installation on a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) unit.
The contract covers trenching for two six-inch Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) pipelines and two umbilicals, each line being approximately 122 km long, as well as trenching of one in-field MEG pipeline and umbilical cable, each approximately 3.5 kin in length.
Tenders invited for Supply of Mono ethylene glycol.