• Offshore Manpower Lifting

    Offshore Manpower Lifting

    published: 18 Dec 2015
  • Personnel basket transfer Offshore

    Offshore manpower transfer through basket- High risky activities.

    published: 14 Oct 2015
  • Manpower transfer from vessel to offshore platform via personnel transfer basket

    Manpower transfer from GOL OFFSHORE LTD SUPPLY vessel/tug bharati-s to BPA offshore platform via personnel transfer basket

    published: 06 Jan 2017
  • Business In Dubai | How to Begin A New Offshore Business

    https://www.varaluae.com/business-in-dubai Business In Dubai | How to Begin A New Offshore Business Business in Dubai: Local, free zones, offshore, costs in brief, how should you choose There are many benefits to doing business in Dubai. The United Arab Emirates have a growing and diverse economy and Dubai’s infrastructure is second to none. It leads in the cargo and re-exports markets because of the size and sophistication of its two ports and Dubai is home to two major and many smaller airlines. Manpower is readily available, as is government support and promotion. Dubai is ranked as the top middle eastern city for quality of life and has become one of the world’s most preferred expatriate locations. A fascinating heritage is combined with world-class shopping and entertainment fac...

    published: 14 May 2015
  • A visit to offshore part02

    www.eddyra.net

    published: 21 Nov 2010
  • Bedrijfsfilm Oceanwide V2

    André Pietjou geeft een beschrijving van het werk van Oceanwide Offshore Services in Den Helder

    published: 09 Aug 2016
  • Rotterdam Offshore Group

    Rotterdam Offshore Group Your partner for dockside and on-site services DE- AND MOBILIZATION, MAINTENANCE CONVERSIONS AND YARD REPAIRS PORT AND VOYAGE REPAIRS OR MAINTENANCE HEAVY-LIFT AND FLOATING CRANES SUPPLIER, SALES/RENTAL, AND STORAGE OF EQUIPMENT CONSTRUCTION WORK HIGH-END MECHANICAL SERVICES SALVAGE AND DECOMISSIONING MANPOWER SUPPLY AND CREW CHANGE SERVICES WAREHOUSING, TRANSPORT, STORAGE AND INVENTORY CONTROL Waalhaven O.Z. in Rotterdam (port number 2226) Drutenstraat 7 3087 CC Rotterdam The Netherlands Phone: +31 (0) 10 473 74 00 Fax: +31 (0) 10 473 73 61 Email: info@rotterdamoffshore.com Website: www.rotterdamoffshore.com

    published: 29 Oct 2014
  • offshore supply vessel ATLANTIC CARRIER arriving at Great Yarmouth 29/6/16

    81m x 18m offshore supply vessel ATLANTIC CARRIER arriving at Great Yarmouth from germany. swinging just off the piers and backing into and up the river.

    published: 30 Jun 2016
  • SPM with Product transfer system

    Single buoy mooring From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A Single buoy mooring (SBM) (also known as single-point mooring or SPM) is a loading buoy anchored offshore, that serves as a mooring point and interconnect for tankers loading or offloading gas or liquid products. SPMs are the link between geostatic subsea manifold connections and weathervaning tankers. They are capable of handling any size ship, even very large crude carriers (VLCC) where no alternative facility is available. Parts[edit] There are four parts in the total buoying system: the body of the buoy, mooring and anchoring elements, product transfer system and other components. Buoy body[edit] The buoy body usually is supported on static legs attached to the seabed, with a rotating part above water level connected to the (...

    published: 14 Oct 2015
  • Rotterdam Offshore Group - Video

    Rotterdam Offshore Group - www.rotterdamoffshore.com Your partner for Dockside and Onsite services! Rotterdam Offshore Group provides services (24/7) to the maritime and offshore industry. In the center of the Rotterdam Port we offer lay-by facilities for vessels up to 190 mtr and 9,5 mtr of depth, with heavy lift crane capacity. A large yard area for storage of more than 14,000 sqm with a fully equipped workshop. Business services 1 De- and mobilization: For offshore vessels such as PSV,OSV, Seismic-, Dredging-, Jack-Up Wind Turbine Installation Vessels, (crane) barges and platforms. 2 Conversions and ship repairs or maintenance: For merchant and offshore vessels at our jetties with support of our workshop. 3 Port and voyage repairs or maintenance: With trucks, floating and m...

    published: 27 May 2015
  • Rotterdam Offshore Group

    Rotterdam Offshore Group Your partner for Dockside and Onsite services! Rotterdam Offshore Group provides services (24/7) to the maritime and offshore industry. In the center of the Rotterdam Port we offer lay-by facilities for vessels up to 190 mtr and 9,5 mtr of depth, with heavy lift crane capacity. A large yard area for storage of more than 14,000 sqm with a fully equipped workshop. Business services 1 De- and mobilization, maintenance: For offshore vessels such as PSV,OSV, Seismic-, Dredging-, Jack-Up Wind Turbine Installation Vessels, (crane) barges and platforms. 2 Conversions and ship repairs: For merchant and offshore vessels at our jetties with support of our workshop. 3 Port and voyage repairs or maintenance: With trucks, floating and mobile equipment, all kind of ...

    published: 26 May 2015
  • Shell Philippines: Less Manpower & High Availability at Malampaya

    This DeltaV system case study shows how Shell uses the PlantWeb architecture to achieve 97% process availability objectives at its Malampaya offshore and onshore oil & gas facilities.

    published: 24 Jun 2013
  • Offshore Management and Marine Bridge Crew -

    A look at the disciplines etpm recruit for both Offshore Management as well as Marine Bridge Crew. www.etpm.co.uk

    published: 08 Jul 2014
  • Oceanwide Den Helder company presentation

    Company presentation of Oceanwide Den Helder - offshore manpower & catering services

    published: 12 Mar 2014
  • Sif Works for Offshore Foundations

    Corporate movie for Sif Group bv, specialised in the manufacture of tubular structures for Offshore Oil and Gas industry, Offshore Wind farm Foundations, Harbour and Jetty Facilities, Pressure vessel Shells and Cones and Civil and Mechanical Engineering.

    published: 17 Oct 2013
  • Sheikh Rasheed Analysis On Upcoming Panama Decision

    Sheikh Rasheed Analysis On Upcoming Panama Decision Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad is a Pakistani public figure, a veteran politician, television personality and a writer. Starting politics in the 1970s it wasn't until 1985 that he became a national politician, since then he has been elected to the national assembly 7 times (1985, 1988, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2002, 2013). During his political career spanning over 2 decades, He has served as federal minister for labour and manpower, federal minister for information and broadcasting; federal minister for industries, federal minister for sports & culture; federal minister for tourism and federal minister for railways. Initially a right-hand man of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Rashid after twice serving as federal minister in Sharif cabinet resigned from the...

    published: 25 Mar 2017
Offshore Manpower Lifting

Offshore Manpower Lifting

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  • Updated: 18 Dec 2015
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Personnel basket transfer Offshore

Personnel basket transfer Offshore

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Offshore manpower transfer through basket- High risky activities.
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Manpower transfer from vessel to offshore platform via personnel transfer basket

Manpower transfer from vessel to offshore platform via personnel transfer basket

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  • Updated: 06 Jan 2017
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Manpower transfer from GOL OFFSHORE LTD SUPPLY vessel/tug bharati-s to BPA offshore platform via personnel transfer basket
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Business In Dubai | How to Begin A New Offshore Business

Business In Dubai | How to Begin A New Offshore Business

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  • Updated: 14 May 2015
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https://www.varaluae.com/business-in-dubai Business In Dubai | How to Begin A New Offshore Business Business in Dubai: Local, free zones, offshore, costs in brief, how should you choose There are many benefits to doing business in Dubai. The United Arab Emirates have a growing and diverse economy and Dubai’s infrastructure is second to none. It leads in the cargo and re-exports markets because of the size and sophistication of its two ports and Dubai is home to two major and many smaller airlines. Manpower is readily available, as is government support and promotion. Dubai is ranked as the top middle eastern city for quality of life and has become one of the world’s most preferred expatriate locations. A fascinating heritage is combined with world-class shopping and entertainment facilities and lets not to forget the year-round sunshine! Have us send you answers to your top 10 questions for business in Dubai by entering your details in the box on the right! Business in Dubai: What are your options? There are three ways to start doing business in Dubai. These are Local, Free Zone or Offshore. Local business in Dubai If your company will be located outside of designated free zones, it must be at least 51% owned by a local UAE national, unless the business is a branch office of a foreign company. Certain professionals are also exempt from this rule. Your UAE partner must be paid a yearly fee, which can be negotiated. Operating in this way means that you will have a wider choice of locations and can pick one that is appropriate for your budget. Starting a local business in Dubai is better suited to the following: Import and distribution within UAE Retail businesses Restaurants Cafeterias Hotels Contracting businesses Manpower supply services Logistics service providers About free zones for business in Dubai Free zones are special economic areas set up with the goal of offering tax free, duty-free benefits to expatriate investors. Each one is designed around one or more business categories. An example is the Dubai auto zone. A free zone authority offers business licenses to foreign-owned businesses. If you do business in a free zone: you are allowed 100% ownership tax exemption property ownership fair renewal fees you are allowed to open a bank account in Dubai you have no restrictions on activities you can wind up your business at your own discretion Companies operating in free zones aren’t allowed to trade goods with the local UAE market directly. They must use authorized local agents and pay a moderate customs duty of about 5%. However, services and products may be purchased from and within the UAE market without an agent. More than 20 free zones are in operation and are available for business in Dubai. A Dubai offshore company offers the following advantages: Tax optimization Asset protection Asset holding Succession planning Ship and aircraft registration High-risk trading Trade financing Security
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A visit to offshore part02

A visit to offshore part02

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  • Updated: 21 Nov 2010
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www.eddyra.net
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Bedrijfsfilm Oceanwide V2

Bedrijfsfilm Oceanwide V2

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  • Updated: 09 Aug 2016
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André Pietjou geeft een beschrijving van het werk van Oceanwide Offshore Services in Den Helder
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Rotterdam Offshore Group

Rotterdam Offshore Group

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  • Updated: 29 Oct 2014
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Rotterdam Offshore Group Your partner for dockside and on-site services DE- AND MOBILIZATION, MAINTENANCE CONVERSIONS AND YARD REPAIRS PORT AND VOYAGE REPAIRS OR MAINTENANCE HEAVY-LIFT AND FLOATING CRANES SUPPLIER, SALES/RENTAL, AND STORAGE OF EQUIPMENT CONSTRUCTION WORK HIGH-END MECHANICAL SERVICES SALVAGE AND DECOMISSIONING MANPOWER SUPPLY AND CREW CHANGE SERVICES WAREHOUSING, TRANSPORT, STORAGE AND INVENTORY CONTROL Waalhaven O.Z. in Rotterdam (port number 2226) Drutenstraat 7 3087 CC Rotterdam The Netherlands Phone: +31 (0) 10 473 74 00 Fax: +31 (0) 10 473 73 61 Email: info@rotterdamoffshore.com Website: www.rotterdamoffshore.com
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offshore supply vessel ATLANTIC CARRIER arriving at Great Yarmouth 29/6/16

offshore supply vessel ATLANTIC CARRIER arriving at Great Yarmouth 29/6/16

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  • Updated: 30 Jun 2016
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81m x 18m offshore supply vessel ATLANTIC CARRIER arriving at Great Yarmouth from germany. swinging just off the piers and backing into and up the river.
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SPM with Product transfer system

SPM with Product transfer system

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  • Updated: 14 Oct 2015
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Single buoy mooring From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A Single buoy mooring (SBM) (also known as single-point mooring or SPM) is a loading buoy anchored offshore, that serves as a mooring point and interconnect for tankers loading or offloading gas or liquid products. SPMs are the link between geostatic subsea manifold connections and weathervaning tankers. They are capable of handling any size ship, even very large crude carriers (VLCC) where no alternative facility is available. Parts[edit] There are four parts in the total buoying system: the body of the buoy, mooring and anchoring elements, product transfer system and other components. Buoy body[edit] The buoy body usually is supported on static legs attached to the seabed, with a rotating part above water level connected to the (off)loading tanker. The two sections are linked by a roller bearing, referred to as the "main bearing". The moored tanker can freely weather vane around the buoy and find a stable position due to this arrangement. Mooring and anchoring parts[1][edit] Moorings fix the buoy to the seabed. Buoy design must account for the behaviour of the buoy given applicable wind, wave and current conditions and tanker sizes. This determines the optimum mooring arrangement and size of the various mooring leg components. Anchoring points are greatly dependent on local soil condition. Mooring components[1][edit] Anchors or piles - To connect the mooring to the seabed Sinker or anchor chain joint to buoy (SPM) Anchor chain Chainstoppers - To connect the chains to the buoy Manpower Hawser arrangement[edit] A tanker is moored to a buoy by means of a hawser arrangement. Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) standards are available for mooring systems. The hawser arrangement usually consist of nylon rope, which is shackled to an integrated mooring uni-joint on the buoy deck. At the tanker end of the hawser, a chafe chain is connected to prevent damage from the tanker fairlead. A load pin can be applied to the mooring uni-joint on the buoy deck to measure hawser loads. Hawser systems use either one or two ropes depending on the largest size of vessel which would be moored to the buoy. The ropes would either be single-leg or grommet leg type ropes. These are usually connected to an OCIMF chafe chain on the export tanker side (either type A or B depending on the maximum size of the tanker and the mooring loads). This chafe chain would then be held in the chain stopper on board the export tanker. A basic hawser system would consist of the following (working from the buoy outwards): Buoy-side shackle and bridle assembly for connection to the padeye on the buoy; Mooring hawser shackle; Mooring hawser; Chafe chain assembly; Support buoy; Pick-up / messenger lines; Marker buoy for retrieval from the water. Under OCIMF recommendations, the hawser arrangement would normally be purchased as a full assembly from a manufacturer. Product transfer system[edit] The heart of each buoy is the product transfer system. From a geostatic location, e.g. a pipeline end manifold (PLEM) located on the seabed, this system transfers products to the offtake tanker. The basic product transfer system components are: Flexible subsea hoses, generally referred to as “risers” Floating hose string(s) Marine Breakaway Coupling Product swivel, valves and piping Risers[edit] The risers are flexible hoses that connect the subsea piping to the buoy. Configuration of these risers can vary depending on water depth, sea state, buoy motions, etc. Floating hose string[edit] Floating hose string(s) connect the buoy to the offloading tanker. The hose string can be equipped with a breakaway coupling to prevent rupture of hoses/hawser and subsequent oil spills. Product swivel[edit] The product swivel is the connection between the geostatic and the rotating parts of the buoy. The swivel enables an offloading tanker to rotate with respect to the mooring buoy. Product swivels range in size depending on the size of attached piping and risers. Product swivels can provide one or several independent paths for fluids, gases, electrical signals or power. Swivels are equipped with a multiple seal arrangement to minimise the possibility of leakage of product into the environment. Other components[edit] Other possible components of SPMs are: A boat landing, providing access to the buoy deck, Fendering to protect the buoy, Lifting and handling equipment to aid materials handling, Navigational aids for maritime visibility, and fog horn to keep moving vessel alert. An electrical subsystem to enable valve operation and to power navigation aids or other equipment.
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Rotterdam Offshore Group - Video

Rotterdam Offshore Group - Video

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Rotterdam Offshore Group - www.rotterdamoffshore.com Your partner for Dockside and Onsite services! Rotterdam Offshore Group provides services (24/7) to the maritime and offshore industry. In the center of the Rotterdam Port we offer lay-by facilities for vessels up to 190 mtr and 9,5 mtr of depth, with heavy lift crane capacity. A large yard area for storage of more than 14,000 sqm with a fully equipped workshop. Business services 1 De- and mobilization: For offshore vessels such as PSV,OSV, Seismic-, Dredging-, Jack-Up Wind Turbine Installation Vessels, (crane) barges and platforms. 2 Conversions and ship repairs or maintenance: For merchant and offshore vessels at our jetties with support of our workshop. 3 Port and voyage repairs or maintenance: With trucks, floating and mobile equipment, all kind of projects can be executed in the Rotterdam- and adjacent Ports or during the voyage. 4 Heavy-lift and floating cranes: Max 1400T. 5 Supplier, sales/rental, and storage of equipment: Used in offshore exploration such as cranes, winches. 6 Construction work: For any kind of vessel, barge, platform in the offshore and marine industry. 7 High end On Site Mechanical Services: Alignments, vibration and 3D measurements, 3D scanning and on site machining. 8. Salvage and decommissioning: Complex and multi-disciplinary projects delivered safely and within budget. 9. Manpower supply and crew change services: Safety oriented and experienced personnel. 10. Warehousing, transport, storage and inventory control: planned space for the storage and handling of equipment and materials. www.rotterdamoffshore.com
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Rotterdam Offshore Group

Rotterdam Offshore Group

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  • Updated: 26 May 2015
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Rotterdam Offshore Group Your partner for Dockside and Onsite services! Rotterdam Offshore Group provides services (24/7) to the maritime and offshore industry. In the center of the Rotterdam Port we offer lay-by facilities for vessels up to 190 mtr and 9,5 mtr of depth, with heavy lift crane capacity. A large yard area for storage of more than 14,000 sqm with a fully equipped workshop. Business services 1 De- and mobilization, maintenance: For offshore vessels such as PSV,OSV, Seismic-, Dredging-, Jack-Up Wind Turbine Installation Vessels, (crane) barges and platforms. 2 Conversions and ship repairs: For merchant and offshore vessels at our jetties with support of our workshop. 3 Port and voyage repairs or maintenance: With trucks, floating and mobile equipment, all kind of projects can be executed in the Rotterdam- and adjacent Ports or during the voyage. 4 Heavy-lift and floating cranes: Max 1400T. 5 Supplier, sales/rental, and storage of equipment: Used in offshore exploration such as cranes, winches. 6 Construction work: For any kind of vessel, barge, platform in the offshore and marine industry. 7 High end On Site Mechanical Services: Alignments, vibration and 3D measurements, 3D scanning and on site machining. 8. Salvage and decommissioning: Complex and multi-disciplinary projects delivered safely and within budget. 9. Manpower supply and crew change services: Safety oriented and experienced personnel. 10. Warehousing, transport, storage and inventory control: planned space for the storage and handling of equipment and materials. www.rotterdamoffshore.com
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Shell Philippines: Less Manpower & High Availability at Malampaya

Shell Philippines: Less Manpower & High Availability at Malampaya

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2013
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This DeltaV system case study shows how Shell uses the PlantWeb architecture to achieve 97% process availability objectives at its Malampaya offshore and onshore oil & gas facilities.
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Offshore Management and Marine Bridge Crew -

Offshore Management and Marine Bridge Crew -

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A look at the disciplines etpm recruit for both Offshore Management as well as Marine Bridge Crew. www.etpm.co.uk
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Oceanwide Den Helder company presentation

Oceanwide Den Helder company presentation

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Company presentation of Oceanwide Den Helder - offshore manpower & catering services
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Sif Works for Offshore Foundations

Sif Works for Offshore Foundations

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Corporate movie for Sif Group bv, specialised in the manufacture of tubular structures for Offshore Oil and Gas industry, Offshore Wind farm Foundations, Harbour and Jetty Facilities, Pressure vessel Shells and Cones and Civil and Mechanical Engineering.
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Sheikh Rasheed Analysis On Upcoming Panama Decision

Sheikh Rasheed Analysis On Upcoming Panama Decision

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Sheikh Rasheed Analysis On Upcoming Panama Decision Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad is a Pakistani public figure, a veteran politician, television personality and a writer. Starting politics in the 1970s it wasn't until 1985 that he became a national politician, since then he has been elected to the national assembly 7 times (1985, 1988, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2002, 2013). During his political career spanning over 2 decades, He has served as federal minister for labour and manpower, federal minister for information and broadcasting; federal minister for industries, federal minister for sports & culture; federal minister for tourism and federal minister for railways. Initially a right-hand man of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Rashid after twice serving as federal minister in Sharif cabinet resigned from the Sharif-led Pakistan Muslim League and joined the newly formed military backed Pakistan Muslim League (Q) after the 2002 elections and managed two ministerial portfolios during its 5-year rule (2002–2007). He lost his first election in 2008 to Javed Hashmi and later by-election to Malik Shakeel Awan. He found his own party named Awami Muslim League Pakistan, after the 2008 election defeat, and managed to win his traditional seat from Rawalpindi in 2013 while allied with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. Rashid came in public prominence due to his 'blunt' style of politics which made him a popular guest in the local current affairs shows. He remains a popular politician in his hometown of Rawalpindi from where he has won all his elections. He is known by his supporters and opponents alike as Farzand-e-Rawalpindi ("Son of Rawalpindi"). After graduating from Christian High School, Ahmed studied at the Government Polytechnic Institute and took a college transfer to Gordon College to study law. After spending a semester there, Ahmed went to attend the Punjab University where he completed his LLB degree in 1973. After graduation, he worked on a business commodity ventures throughout the 1970s, and was active in politics from a PML-N platform which was competing against PPP at that time. Prior to that, he became managing director of Gulmerg Mills, which dealt in silk and silk yarn. In 1979, he applied at the post-graduate school of the Punjab University to study Political science. In 1982, he subsequently obtained his MA degree in Political Science after submitting his dissertation on political science to Punjab University. The Panama Papers are 11.5 million leaked documents that detail financial and attorney–client information for more than 214,488 offshore entities.The leaked documents were created by Panamanian law firm and corporate service provider Mossack Fonseca; some date back to the 1970s. The leaked documents contain personal financial information about wealthy individuals and public officials which had previously been kept private. While offshore business entities are legal, reporters found that some of the Mossack Fonseca shell corporations were used for illegal purposes, including fraud, kleptocracy, tax evasion, and evading international sanctions. "John Doe", the whistleblower who leaked the documents to German journalist Bastian Obermayer from the newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung (SZ), remains anonymous, even to the journalists on the investigation. "My life is in danger", he told them. In a May 6 statement, John Doe cited income inequality as the reason for his action, and said he leaked the documents "simply because I understood enough about their contents to realise the scale of the injustices they described". He added that he has never worked for any government or intelligence agency. He expressed willingness to help prosecutors if immune to prosecution. After SZ verified that the statement did come from the Panama Papers source, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) posted the full document on its website. WATCH MORE What If Nawaz Sharif Gets Clean Chit From Panama - Watch Babar Awan Reply https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=i_xEyVIOaJY Inzimam Ul Haq Praising Imran Khan When IK Was Captain https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=M13gsxK-NLM Imran Khan's Funny Analysis On His 92 World Cup Winning Speech https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=9vx-VVf3qPo What Happened To Facebook In Pakistan - Aamir Liaquat Telling https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=9olbx0_w_Nc There Is No Alternative Of Imran Khan - Rauf Klasra https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=Ec8V-EjvaxY I Advised Imran Khan To Not Get Married At This Age - Sheikh Rasheed https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=NUbpzy3YBQU "Go Nawaz Go" In Shahbaz Sharif Speech - Nawaz Sharif Angry https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=su1VDeLRdq FOLLOW US: ↪PLEASE LIKE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE https://www.facebook.com/Daily-Pak-News-281172615618837/ ↪PLEASE FOLLOW US ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/dailypaknews2
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