Monthly Archives: April 2018

VistaJet Consolidates Its Global Leading Position and Grows 22% in 2017

The global aviation company is well placed to seize even larger market share in 2018 Key highlights for full year ending 31 December 2017: Flight revenue up 22% EBITDA up 28% Particularly strong results in U.S. with flight hours up… Read More

DealCloud and PitchBook Form Data Partnership, and Announce Integration with DealCloud DataCortex

Integration of PitchBook data into DataCortex will provide DealCloud clients with access to verified private and public capital markets data to augment proprietary data to fuel stronger market coverage. NEW YORK, April 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — DealCloud, a technology… Read More

Black & Veatch’s PRICO® Technology to Play Critical Role in FLNG, Enabling BP Field Development Work in Greater Tortue/Ahmeyin

Golar Returns to Black & Veatch and Keppel Shipyard to convert third LNG vessel and develop FLNG in West Africa, expanding global reach OVERLAND PARK, Kan., April 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Black & Veatch’s patented PRICO® technology and engineering… Read More

Trump Offers DMZ, Singapore as Locations for Meeting with Kim

WHITE HOUSE Meeting the North Korean leader at the Demilitarized Zone would be intriguing, U.S. President Donald Trump told reporters on Monday, hours after he tweeted he would like to hold a summit with Kim Jong Un at the Peace… Read More

What’s Behind Vietnam’s More Vocal Stance Against China?

TAIPEI, TAIWAN Vietnam sounded off twice last week against China over a long-festering maritime sovereignty dispute, after months of silence. But analysts expect to see angry phases like this one alternate more often with silent ones.The foreign ministry in Vietnam… Read More

What’s Behind Vietnam’s More Vocal Stance Against China?

TAIPEI, TAIWAN Vietnam sounded off twice last week against China over a long-festering maritime sovereignty dispute, after months of silence. But analysts expect to see angry phases like this one alternate more often with silent ones.The foreign ministry in Vietnam… Read More

Offshore Wind Power Firms See Taiwan as a Battleground to Expand in Asia

Denmark’s Orsted and Germany’s wpd were Monday’s biggest winners, securing contracts to install 900 MW and 1 GW of capacity, respectively.“We see Taiwan as a stepping stone into Asia-Pacific,” said Matthias Bausenwein, the regional general manager for Orsted, the world’s… Read More