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Lupeni

 

a city in western Rumania, in Hunedoara District. Population, 30,400 (1970). Lupeni is a center for the extraction and washing of coal in the western part of the Petro§ani coal basin. Wood products and artificial fibers are important branches of the local economy.

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Asunto Parroquia Greco-catolica de Lupeni y otros c.
The coal basin from Jiu Valley (Aninoasa, Petrosani, Uricani, Petrila, Lupeni, Vulcan), was influenced by massive personal discharges recorded in the industry.
Mining towns (Motru, Lupeni, and Vulcan) as well as one-company towns (Turnu Magurele, Fagaras, Buhusi, Campulung, Bals) are critical examples for this category.
Romania's state-owned Hunedoara Energy Holding, a power generator, has absorbed the National Coal Company Petrosani, in a move to cut production costs.The merger, which was closed on July 8, will see the Hunedoara Energy Holding control two thermal energy plants (Mintia, Paroseni) and four viable coal mines (Vulcan, Lonea, Livezeni and Lupeni).Law firm Zamfirescu Racoti & Partners (ZRP) advised the state-owned generator on the deal."It wasn't an easy task, as the operation required prior authorization from the Competition Council," commented Anca Danilescu, senior associate at ZRP.
Valea Jiului is a microregion consisting of 3 municipalities: Petrosani, Lupeni, Vulcan and 3 towns: Petrila, Uricani, Aninoasa, with a total population of 149.582 inhabitants.
Romanian second division side Minerul Lupeni have come up with a novel transfer fee for in-demand goalkeeper Cristian Belgradean.
ROMANIAN strugglers Jiul Petrosani will have to pay the piper if they want to call the tune in their bid to land keeper Cristian Belgradean from Minerul Lupeni.
The mayor of Lupeni, Cornel Rasmerita, who also manages Minerul football team, says he was willing to give his goalkeeper to a rival team owned by a local businessman in exchange for the construction of a gas pipeline in his town.
Survey cited in "An Upstream Approach: Social Capital and Capabilities Development Through Experiential Education." Lupeni, Romania: New Horizons Foundation [n.d.].
I love the story from Romania where Father Ioan Ciocan was fed up with building materials bought to restore his church at Lupeni going missing.