Bioko


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an island in the Gulf of Guinea that is part of Equatorial Guinea

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Following the works in Singapore, she sailed 7,000 nm non-stop across the Indian Ocean to Damen Shipyards Cape Town on her own hull in 20 days, where she had a short bunker stop and underwent final preparations before sailing the final 2,400 nm to Bioko Island to begin work immediately.
isolate from drills on Bioko Island is most similar to C.
acuminata (ZMB), previously published voucher material could be studied from Cameroon (RMNH), DRC (RB1NS), Bioko 1.
The Bubi group comprises about 50,000 people living mainly in Bioko Island.
Le Voyageur restaurant serves the best of gourmet French dining with a top-notch beverage selection, while L'Equateur honours the local specialtiesNamed after Equatorial Guinea's cocoa plantations, Le Cacaoyer reflects the spirit of Bioko Island with its sparkling lights and rainbow of cocktails.
The simian immunodeficiency virus, or SIV, is at least 32,000 to 75,000 years old, and likely much older, according to a genetic analysis of unique SIV strains found in monkeys on Bioko Island, a former peninsula.
7m t/y LNG export venture under construction on Bioko island.
15) Malaria control success has been described recently elsewhere in Africa including in the rest of South Africa, Bioko, (16) Madagascar, (17) southern Mozambique (18) and Zambia.
Foreign missionaries operate both on Bioko Island and the mainland.
43 The island of Bioko (formerly Fernando Poo) was once a Spanish possession with bases leased by the Royal Navy for anti-slavery patrols - of which country is it now part?
a wholly owned subsidiary of Marathon Oil Corporation; Sonagas, the National Gas Company of Equatorial Guinea; and a subsidiary of Marubeni Corporation, the Shareholders in Equatorial Guinea LNG Company Limited (EG LNG Co), announced today that the companies have awarded a front end engineering and design (FEED) contract to Bechtel for initial work related to a potential second liquefied natural gas (LNG) train on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.
KLM is to suspend services to Malabo on the island of Bioko, part of Equatorial Guinea, offering passengers alternative Air France flights through Paris.
Mainland, Rio Muni, in the continent, and a group of islands of which Bioko is the most important.
Marathon Oil will put up 25 percent of the expenses for the project to produce and liquefy natural gas to be tapped at the Alba offshore field, 80 kilometers off the Bioko Island, a part of Equatorial Guinea, Marubeni said.
The island of Bioko, which hosts the capital Malabo, was first discovered by a Portuguese explorer Fernao do Po in 1471.