Getting a 2014 ‘CU Reality Check’ with NJCUL’s Greg Michlig

first_img 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Looking for a show that’s fluff-free and tells it like it is with no sugar coating? Then the New Jersey Credit Union League’s “Credit Union Reality Check” show is for you. This edgy conference is for folks who like to be challenged and given strong content that can be applied right away at their credit unions.To get a closer look at this conference and why it’s so “in your face,” we invited New Jersey Credit Union League’s President and CEO Greg Michlig on the show. Greg provides us with a rundown on the all-star speaker line up for 2014 — and why each presenter was chosen along with what they will contribute.If you’ve never been to this conference before, you should consider checking it out. It’s different. It will help eject you from your CU silo and get a clear look on what credit unions need to do to enhance their success. Enjoy! continue reading »last_img read more

Gazprom makes progress on Power of Siberia

first_imgAlexey Miller, Chairman of the Gazprom Management Committee, held a meeting in Tomsk going over the progress with the company’s investment projects related to gas supply to China via the eastern route.The creation of the Yakutia gas production center, as well as the construction of gas transmission and processing capacities went on in compliance with the schedule, the company said in a statement.The Power of Siberia gas trunkline construction is underway. Among other things, the gas pipeline route is being cleared, site filling is being done for the line pipe operation center base and a rotational camp in Lensk.Joint activities are being carried out at the Power of Siberia trans-border section in cooperation with China National Petroleum Corporation. By now, the location of the underwater crossing through the Amur River has been determined and the technical requirements to the engineering surveys to perform detailed design have been approved.Gazprom said that the Amur gas processing plant is currently under construction.In 2014, the logistics center in Ust-Kut secured the delivery of 135.8 thousand tons of goods for the Chayandinskoye field and the Power of Siberia gas pipeline, including 122.5 thousand tons of large-diameter pipes.This year the figure will increase several times, the company plans to deliver some 500 thousand tons of different goods.[mappress mapid=”16741″]last_img read more