Tsement

Tsement

 

(Cement), a monthly scientific and industrial journal; organ of the Ministry of the Building-materials Industry of the USSR. The journal has been published in Leningrad since 1901 (until 1916, under the title Tsement, ego proizvodstvo i primenenie [Cement, Its Production and Uses]; from 1916 to 1932, under the title Portlandtsement [Portland Cement]). It publishes articles dealing with technological improvements, the production of high-quality cement, and theoretical work on problems in the cement industry, as well as general information and reference material. Circulation, more than 7,000 (1980).

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Joining the Nordic power market, covering Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark, means prices will rise 35-40 percent on average for members of the Association of Large Electricity Consumers, said Tiit Kolk, head of the group that includes Estonian Cell and HeidelbergCement's Kunda Nordic Tsement.
Oil shale mines in Estonia in year 2007 Approximate annual Enterprise, Mine output, Mt Started AS Eesti Polevkivi (state owned mining company): Viru mine with separating plant 2 1964 Narva opencast 5 1970 Estonia mine with separating plant 5 1972 Aidu opencast with separating plant 2 1974 OU VKG Aidu Oil Ojamaa mine Preparation 2006 phase AS Kivioli Keemiatoostus Pohja-Kivioli open cast 1 2003 AS Kunda Nordic Tsement Ubja open cast 0.3 2005 Total 15-16 Table 4.
SAMVEL PETROSYAN - a former wing-back with FC Ararat Yerevan - has a wealth of experience after starting his coaching career at FC Tsement in 1992.
Jugmagnat win on away goal); Tsement (Arm) 0, Zalgiris (Lith) 3 (agg: 0-5); Glentoran (NIre) 0, Liteks (Bul) 2 (agg: 0-5).
Champions League first qualifying round first leg: IBV Vestmannaeyjar 1 SK Tirana 0, FK Sloga Jugomagnat 1 FC Kapaz 0, FK Partizan 6 FC Flora 0, Barry Town 0 Valletta FC 0, FC Liteks Lovech 3 Glentoran 0, HB Torshavn 1 FC Haka 1, AS Jeunesse Esch 0 FC Skonto Riga 2, St Patrick's Athletic 0, Zimbru Chisinau 5, FK Zalgiris 2 FC Tsement 0.
FK Metalurgs Liepaja (Latvia), FC Levski Sofia (Bulg), FC Vardar (Macedonia), FK Ekranas (Lithuania), FC Vaduz (Lichtenstein), FK Partizan (Yug), FC Constructorul (Moldova), FC Lantana (Estonia), Glentoran (N.Ire), Hibernians FC (Malta), GI Gotu (Faroes), KF Apolonia (Albania), Cork City (Ire), FC Tsement (Armenia), FC Karabakh Agdam (Azerbaijan), CS Grevenmacher (Lux).
A Soviet classic, Tsement (1932) symbolized in its time the reconstruction of a Russia ravaged by revolution and civil war.