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Media Roundup: Chinook Sciences' recent Shajah project announcement
May 28th, 2014

BBC: Nottingham firm Chinook Sciences wins 300 million pound contract
Nottingham environmental and waste company Chinook have won a £300 million deal with the United Arab Emirates - creating 100 new jobs in the East Midlands. Trade Minister Lord Livingston will officially announce the deal on Friday May 23 on a visit to the company’s Nottingham headquarters...

ITV: New jobs as Nottingham company wins £300m deal

Around 200 jobs in Britain are to be created and another 650 secured after Nottingham-based technology company Chinook Sciences won a £300 million deal with the United Arab Emirates...

Nottingham Post: All systems go for energy park after £300m UAE deal

PLANS for a new Nottingham Energy Park in Bulwell will go ahead after technology firm Chinook Sciences signed a lucrative deal to build a waste facility in the United Arab Emirates...

Construction Week: Bee'ah awards $300 million Sharjah contract

Chinook Sciences has been awarded a contract to build the world''''s largest advanced thermal energy-from-waste facility in Sharjah worth over $300 million. The deal was agreed with Bee'ah and it is believed will help create or secure an estimated 850 jobs at Chinook Sciences and its UK supply chain...

Materials Recycling World : Chinook Sciences to build world''''s largest energy-from-waste facility

Chinook Sciences has been awarded a deal worth more than £300 million to build the world’s largest waste-to-energy facility in the Emirate of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. The deal to build the Sharjah Project was awarded by Bee’ah, a Middle East-based environmental and waste management company, after Chinook Sciences was introduced to the company by UK Trade and Investment...

Belfast Telegraph: Gulf deal boosts tech firm jobs

Around 200 British jobs will be created and another 650 secured after a UK technology company won a £300 million deal with the United Arab Emirates, Trade Minister Lord Livingston has announced. The agreement will see Nottingham-based Chinook Sciences build the world''s largest advanced thermal energy-from-waste facility in the Emirate of Sharjah...

The Independant: Business editorial

The former BT boss Lord Livingston, who now serves at the UK’s Trade and Investment minister, is understandably delighted about the deal announced last week by Chinook Sciences, the Nottingham-based clean technology specialist. Chinook’s £300m contract to build a waste-driven energy plant in the UAE is the first large export deal for a medium-sized British company since Lord Livingston unveiled specialist support for these businesses earlier this year.

Insider Media: Chinook Sciences scores £300m UAE contract

Nottingham-headquartered Chinook Sciences has won a major infrastructure deal worth more than £300m to build the world''s largest energy-from-waste facility. The contract from the United Arab Emirates will create about 100 jobs in the East Midlands. Bee''ah, a Middle East environmental and waste management company, awarded Chinook the contract after being introduced to the firm by UK Trade and Investment...

Arabian Business: UK firm wins $505m Sharjah energy plant deal

UK-based Chinook Sciences has announced that it has won a £300 million ($505 million) contract to build the world''s largest advanced thermal energy-from-waste facility in Sharjah. British Trade Minister Lord Livingston made the announcement during a visit to the company''s headquarters in Nottingham, England...

International Business Times: UK Tech Firm Creates 850 Jobs on £300m UAE Deal

UK technology firm Chinook Sciences will create or secure 850 news jobs thanks to a major £300m deal with the United Arab Emirates. The agreement is to build the world''s largest advanced thermal energy-from-waste facility in the Emirate of Sharjah in the UAE. It was awarded by Bee''ah, the Middle East''s leading environmental and waste management company, after Chinook was introduced to the firm by UK Trade and Investment (UKTI).

Waste Management World: WORLD’S LARGEST WASTE TO ENERGY GASIFICATION PLANT FOR CHINOOK SCIENCES IN UAE

Chinook Sciences has secured a contract to build the world’s largest waste to energy gasification facility in the Emirate of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. The company was awarded the contract, said to be worth over £300 million, by UAE waste management, recycling and environmental services firm, Bee'ah...