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3cardbrag
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Glastonbury
Today 18:35
Just seen Barry Gibb on telly at Glastonbury. Sounds like a cross between Miss Piggy and Joe Pasquale. Awful. Should have stopped when three became one. IMHO. Having said that fair play to make millions singing like that.
 
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Credit
Today 00:11
where credit is due you played well tonight...........no awesomely well, out of this world well!
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RE: johnny c,l,
Sat 15:52
Or, compared to the keyboard warriors
those who have the time & desire to ask the directors
serious question.
VOTE
VOTE
VOTE
keith1
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johnny c,l,
Sat 15:30
the idiots that think they will come out
wiser than before
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AGM
Sat 09:04
Who is atending the AGM?
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RE: Keith
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Sells at pennies to get the £100k buyer in love it lol
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Keith
Fri 16:26
We all know. That the PR ( pretty rubbishy department) try to keep us up- to date ,but it's a shame it only tries and never does the job.
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oldtimer
Fri 15:31
joke of the year
replies normaly come from PR
dont you mean some bum in the office
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RE: article
Fri 14:54
... well, that "little bidy" sure isn't the early bird... and it will not catch the wiggley worm
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RE: ENEO
Fri 14:31
Thanks to the Lom Pangar dam, Cameroon has just crossed "the quietest water in 10 years," according to electrician Eneo
Friday, 23 June 2017

(Investing in Cameroon) - Electricity demand in Cameroon increased by 9% this year, Eneo said in correspondence to the Minister of Energy and Water on 16 June. This increase in demand led to an additional production requirement of 50 MW, one learns.

Despite this increase in demand, however, electricity consumers did not feel the usual load shedding (particularly in the southern part of the country, as the situation in the three northern regions has worsened). Are often more intense during the low-water period due to the decline in production, which is itself induced by the reduction of water levels in the country's dams.

At the origin of this improvement in the electricity supply observed in the South interconnected network, Eneo supports a combination of two major factors. First, according to the firm controlled by the British investment fund Actis, is the " impoundment of the dam at Lom Pangar, which made it possible to obtain a regulated flow of the Sanaga between 960 m3 / s and 1090 M3 / s , thus offering " the Songloulou and Edéa power stations to produce nearly 10% more energy than last year at the same time, ie 193 GWh ".

Then, it is officially learned that the work carried out in the plants has made it possible to obtain higher machine availability rates (from 91% to 93% in the hydro and from 66 to 83% in the thermal sector). For example, the rehabilitation of the Limbe plant in the south-west region has, for example, increased the production capacity of this 33 MW infrastructure, compared to an additional 6 MW for the Bafoussam thermal power station And 12 MW for the Oyobang plant in the Central Region.

But, above all, the main catalyst of this upturn in electricity supply this year (even if grid failures continue to induce breaks in the distribution of electricity in several cities), stresses According to Eneo, is the regularization of flows on the Sanaga River (which accounts for about 75% of the country's hydroelectric potential), made possible by the impoundment of the Lom Pangar dam, built in the region of ballast.

Built by the Chinese company CWE, the Lom Pangar dam, with a water storage capacity of 6 billion cubic meters of water, is the largest ever built in Cameroon. Its partial watering in September 2015, when it had already retained more than 3 billion cubic meters of water, had already allowed a less painful management of low water 2016. This hydroelectric development also integrates the construction of a water- A 30 MW plant with a production capacity under construction by China Camc Engineering.

Brice R. Mbodiam

http://www.investiraucameroun.com/electricite/2306-9060-grace-au-barrage-de-lom-pangar-le-cameroun-vient-de-traverser-l-etiage-le-plus-calme-depuis-10-ans-selon-l-electricien-eneo




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