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Such risks and uncertainties include, among other things, risks associated with the general nature of the oilfield service industry and other factors discussed within the 'Risk Factors' section of Tidewater's most recent Forms 10-Q and 10-K.
Integrity said the partnership with Tidewater will allow the company to better support its agents and agencies across the Southeast, US.
Dave Prendergast, field senior vice president for Allstate Insurance Company's Capital Region, said, 'Allstate and our agents in the Tidewater area have a deep commitment to improving the quality of life in their communities so we're pleased to launch our safe and secure program here in Tidewater.
Enter Woodson and Etta Layug, another supplemental instructor at Tidewater. They helped Carter earn an 'A' in her English class.
The combined company will be operated under the Tidewater brand.
In conjunction with the divestiture, the company entered into a long-term energy services agreement whereby Kineticor will supply power to Tidewater's Pipestone Gas Plant once construction is complete in exchange for fixed energy fee payments.
He has served as CFO since 1996 and as the financial officer for Tidewater since 1992, when it was acquired by Middlesex Water.
Mergers and acquisitions advisor Generational Equity has announced the sale of its client, Virginia, US-based Tidewater Bumper Service Inc., an aftermarket automotive crash parts wholesaler, to New Jersey-based auto body parts distributor KSI Trading Corp., the company said.??Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.??KSI, based in South Plainfield, NJ, is an industry-leading distributor of quality replacement auto body parts servicing more than 20,000 repair shop customers across 25 locations in 14 states.
The sites observed were: Aliso Creek, Orange County, where the southern tidewater goby, Eucyclogobius kristinae, was extensively studied [Goldberg 1977; Swift et al.
Roderick West, group president of utility operations, made $3.2 million.<br />Service sector changes<br />Jeffrey Platt, former president and CEO of Tidewater, came in at No.
It's official: The southern tidewater goby is a thing.
(AP) -- A renovated student services center at Tidewater Community College is the first public-use building in Virginia completed using new state standards promoting energy efficiency and conservation in government facilities.