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Witteveen+Bos prepares rehabilitation plans of port in Turkmenistan (07-02-2012)

Dragon Oil Turkmenistan Ltd. is engaged in the exploitation of oil fields offshore in the Turkmenistan territory and has assigned Witteveen+Bos to prepare engineering solutions for the rehabilitation of Hazar Port. The port is located at the Caspian Sea coast of Turkmenistan.

Witteveen+Bos designs new seaport Taman (19-01-2012)

An entirely new port on the Black Sea coast near Taman (Krasnodar) is the first step towards fulfilling the Russian government’s ambitious plans to expand and modernise the country’s network of international seaports.

New water handling contract for Witteveen+Bos in Kazakhstan (08-12-2011)

Witteveen+Bos Kazakhstan (WBK) has won a 5 million USD engineering contract for Tengizchevroil, the operator of the Tengiz oil field. The project comprises the water handling upgrade of a plant which was constructed at the beginning of this century.

Jaap van der Graaf Award (24-10-2011)

On 13 January 2012 the Jaap van der Graaf Award will be awarded for the third time. This prize will be awarded to the student or researcher who wrote the best article in English in 2011 about waste water treatment. The prize, which is awarded annually, consists of a cheque of

Soil decontamination in India (18-10-2011)

A consortium led by Witteveen+Bos is to lend its expertise to two soil decontamination projects in India. One project concerns former premises in Hyderabad while the other is at a landfill site in Kadapa, both in the province of Andhra Pradesh in the south-east of the country.

Dick Raaijmakers wins Art+Technology Award 2011 (06-09-2011)

Composer and theatre maker Dick Raaijmakers is to receive the Witteveen+Bos Art+Technology Award 2011 for his entire oeuvre. The award ceremony will take place in the Bergkerk Church in Deventer on 10 November 2011, and will be celebrated with a Raaijmakers exhibition which will

Tackling the Danube’s critical spots (21-04-2011)

The Danube is an important link in Europe's inland shipping network. But at numerous places the river is shallow or not wide enough for navigation by river-going ships. The European Union is going to tackle the critical locations on account of the economic importance of the

Dutch engineering firm stages Kazakhstan festival (31-03-2011)

Kazakhstan is a relatively unknown country for many people. To change this situation engineering firm Witteveen+Bos is organising a festival dedicated to Kazakhstan from 21 to 28 April 2011.

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