SAGGA

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SAGGAScout and Guide Graduate Association (UK)
SAGGASouth African Glass and Glazing Association
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Based out of the region's largest market, Al Sagga will lead the Assurance practise for the Kingdom.
Rhe guest of honor from JCA were Waeil Wajeeh Al Sagga, director of Al Qalzam Fisheries and Resorts, and Saeed Abdul Fattah Al Zaharna, a general contractor.
It will be interesting to see if the world's retailers will take the plunge into what is considered the last frontier of modern retailing," commented Nasser Sagga.
Before joining Sener, he acted as representative for the ACS group, between 2002 and 2010, in a number of joint tenders and projects with Sener, such as the Saggas regasification terminal in Sagunto (phase 1 and extensions), the extension to the BBG regasification terminal in Zierbena, and the Castor underground storage system, all of them in Spain, as well as the Cangrejera CCR project for Pemex, in Mexico.
The European Commission authorised, on 21 September, the proposed acquisition of joint control of Saggas, which runs the regasification plant in Sagunto, Spain, by the Japanese energy firm Osaka Gas CO Ltd.
* The European Commission has approved Japan's Osaka Gas Co Ltd's proposed acquisition of joint control of Saggas. It runs the Sagunto regasification plant in Spain.
the proposed acquisition of joint control over Spanish gas firm Saggas by
Spanish utility Endesa (MCE:ELE) is expected to cash in nearly EUR40m (USD49.7m) from the sale of a 20% interest in the Planta de Regasificacion de Sagunto (Saggas) regasification plant to Japanese company Osaka Gas (TYO:9532), news agency Europa Press said Monday citing informed sources.
The European Commission has approved the United Kingdom-based RREEF Pan-European Infrastructure Fund LP and Spanish energy firms Endesa Generacion and Union Fenosa Gas to acquire Planta De Regasification De Sagunto SA (SAGGAS), a regasification plant in Spain.
On the other hand Iberdrola has become the main developer of new gas infrastructures in Spain among which are the gasification plants of BBG (Bilbao) and SAGGAS (Sagunto) with 25% and 30% shares respectively and that of the MEDGAZ gas pipeline in which it has a 12% share.
- ENDESA TO FETCH EUR40M FROM DISPOSAL OF SAGGAS STAKE