During the event, Qatar Electricity and Water Corporation (QEWC) managing director Fahad al-Mohannadi said every worker "is important for his family and hence, all measures should be taken to ensure their safety." He also lauded RLPC
for the milestone and wished the company many other achievements in the future.
, meanwhile, has its plant in Ras Laffan Industrial City, on the coast north of Doha, adjacent to the giant offshore North Field natural gas play.
Tay Tong Poh left last week after 18 years with the Singapore bank and a previous stint at Wall Street major JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM), unnamed sources told RLPC
The $32.5bn of loans planned for the year so far dwarfs Dubai's government-linked borrowing of $9.3bn for the whole of last year, according to RLPC
Managing Director of RLPC
, Mubarak Nasser al-Nasr said "With the winning of this international recognition our confidence and resolve to achieve world class HSE standards at RLPC
will further strengthen."
The women of the RLPC
were, as always,almost without fault, but the men were weak.
As it was, the massed ranks of no fewer than six choirs (including the RLPC
and Huddersfield Choral), stacked on a vertiginous stand, plus a super-sized RLPO and eight soloists, nearly 500 in all, took up a third of the nave.
Technical snags at power plants belonging to RLPC
, Qatar Power Co (QPC) and Kahraba on May 30, 2007, left residents of Doha without power for several hours and highlighted a problem for the state as it sought to keep pace with its economic expansion.
More than 100 trees were planted within the premises of the Ras Laffan Power Company (RLPC
) as part of the World Environment Day celebrations on June 5.
"He loved working with the RLPC
and, even when wracked with pain, he came to life in the rehearsals and positively sparkled; indeed, some of our most memorable perform ances have been with dear Tod at the helm."
The Philharmonic Youth Choir and the ladies of the RLPC
were in confident mood prior to the glorious string playing in the final movement, one of the most moving legato moments I've ever heard.
second alto Pat Wilson doesn't seem that keen on the 'L' part of the RLPC