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Boliden is one of Europe's leading mining and smelting companies. It concentrates on zinc and copper and is among the largest producers of mined zinc in Europe. It also produces lead, precious metals, sulfur, and lead and tin alloys. The company operates smelters in Sweden, Finland, and Norway and has mines in Sweden and Ireland. Boliden ranks among the top zinc and copper producers in Europe, along with the likes of Nyrstar, Xstrata, and Aurubis. In 2010 Boliden acquired Kemira Oyj's sulphuric acid plant and business in Kokkola, Finland.
ByrneLooby is proud to be now part of Ayesa. Ayesa has almost 5,400 staff members based in 17 countries around the globe. Ayesa's engineering work covers numerous fields with a market-leading international reputation in infrastructure, water conveyance and treatment systems, transport, marine, waste management, aeronautics and defence. Ayesa is also a consolidated technology consultancy, an expert in the digital transformation of large companies such as utilities and technological solutions for public institutions.
SOCO International is not a so-so oil and gas company. The independent oil and gas exploration and production concern operates in a number of high-risk oil patches in Europe, Asia, and Africa, including Angola, Congo, and Vietnam. It is pursuing exploration opportunities in Central Africa, primarily in Vietnam (which holds most of its reserves and all of its production). It is also ramping up its exploration activities Republic of Congo and neighboring Congo and Angola. In 2010 SOCO International reported proved and probable reserves of 132.6 million barrels of oil equivalent and production of about 4,650 barrels of oil equivalent per day.