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EGA

abbr.
estimated gestational age
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EGA previously relied on imports to meet all its alumina needs.
EGA invested some $3.3 billion to develop the Al Taweelah alumina refinery, which is the first in the UAE and only the second in the Middle East.
EGA invested some $3.3 billion to develop Al Taweelah alumina refinery, which is the first in the UAE and only the second in the Middle East.
SNC-Lavalin's partnership with EGA started in 2004 with providing FEED, EPCM and Technology Packaging services for Dubai Aluminium (DUBAL) and all its extension projects.
EGA has operated an employee suggestion scheme since 1981.
Last year, EGA supplied over 41,000 tonnes of spent pot lining to UAE cement companies, reducing stockpiles from previous years and making EGA a global leader in the re-use of this industrial waste.
Abdulla Kalban, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of EGA, said: "SPL is a global challenge for our industry, but over the past decade at EGA we have been able to turn this waste into value in the UAE."
According to a statement on EGA's website , the new power facility is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from its power generation plant in Jebel Ali by 10%.
EGA's internship programme is principally designed for young UAE Nationals studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics, STEM.
All our reduction cells run on EGA technology, reducing costs and environmental emissions," said Abdulla Kalban, EGA's Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer.
Along similar lines, the Estonian word combination ei 'negation verb/word' and the adverb kaas 'together, also' has shortened and assimilated into ega through the recorded history of Estonian (Metslang, Habicht, Pajusalu 2011; Metslang, Pajusalu, Habicht 2015 : 291-292).