austral


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austral

1
of or coming from the south

austral

2
a former monetary unit of Argentina equal to 100 centavos, replaced by the peso

austral

[′ȯs·trəl]
(geodesy)
Pertaining to south.
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Austral Insulation is a premier supplier and installer of various types of roof and home insulation in Brisbane.
CONTACT: Thom Jewell, CEO, +64 (4) 495 0880, or Brad Holmes +1-713-304-6962, both of Austral Pacific Energy Ltd.
Commenting upon the result, Mr Jewell Austral CEO said "We were pleased with the results of the A7 well both for its ability to significantly increase the field production rates in the immediate term and, as importantly, for its confirmation of the seismic model that we use to improve the probability of drilling successful wells and expanding this play trend.
In other news Austral has been informed by Origin that the Waihapa Production Station is being temporarily shut down due to inadequate supplies of gas to the facility from other sources.
Commenting on recent activity in the company, Austral CEO Mr Thom Jewell said, "We have successfully completed the monetization of our assets in Papua New Guinea; we have reduced the primary company debt from $US18.
With the Air Austral configuration, fuel consumption levels below two litres per passenger per 100 kilometres can be expected.
He said: "Air Austral opens a new chapter for A380 operations.
The airline and its sister airline Austral were nationalized in December 2008 to maintain the airline to high standards.
6 million in a combination of cash, Austral stock and expected forward production from the A7 well.
Austral bank, previously the People's Development Bank, was on verge of collapse under a mountain of bad debts when the government stepped in and took over.
The program has been flying daily missions to Antarctica assisting civilian scientists and researchers from around the world in the study of marine life, physics, geography, geology and astronomy during the austral summers, which run from October through February.
The mysteriousness of austral lands enabled an original and "geo-spatial" species of utopian writing - a discourse lost to Europe after Cook's exploration of Antarctica (1772-75) rendered the unknowable austral lands known.