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blood hydrostatic pressure; the pressure exerted by the blood cells and plasma in the capillaries.
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The Ruby Project is located in the Block 3(a) development area of Trinidad and Tobago and provides an opportunity for BHP to safely deliver value by producing resources in the Ruby and Delaware reservoirs.
In 2015, another dam administered by BHP, Vale and Samarco collapsed in the city of Mariana in Minas Gerais state, resulting in 19 deaths and forcing hundreds from their homes.
BHP has agreed to sell its US onshore shale assets to BP plc for about USD10.5 billion and to Merit Energy Company for USD0.3 billion in two separate transactions.
In 2006, BHP then developed the e-registers known as the Masa application software and other related programmes for the ministry.
produce about 315,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boed, the term used for production from unconventional shale sources), and the fields it is acquiring from BHP will add another 190,000 boed at current production levels.
BHP and operator ExxonMobil Corp, whose lease was extended last year to 2020, have been looking at a $10 billion floating liquefied natural gas project.
Mr Sargent, who lives in Hudders-field, said: "BHP CCS is a well-respected and reputable Yorkshire insolvency team which I am delighted to be joining.
BHP Billiton said that the demerger materially simplifies the portfolio in a single step and is significant progress towards achieving BHP Billiton's identified core portfolio of 19 assets across eight countries and three continents.
BHP sold to Woodside a stake in the East Hassi R'Mel gas study agreement.
Chief Executive Andrew Mackenzie said the widely expected move to simplify BHP around the "four pillars" of iron ore, copper, coal and petroleum - with potash as a potential fifth pillar - would spur cashflow growth and boost returns.