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  • CancelledProject Environmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is an independent Oil and Gas Operator. They have various exploration, production and development activities throughout the Northern, Central and Southern North Sea, West of Shetland and in the Moray Firth

    As Project Environmental Advisor your main responsibilities will include

    Manage and maintain environmental regulatory compliance processes and permitry including environmental risk and compliance registers required for the project business functions
    Maintain awareness of existing and developing environmental legislation and company standards
    Support environmental regulatory/industry/agency bodies and stakeholders to ensure legislative and industry compliance. Support pre-qualification and tender evaluation review processes of prospective contractors from an EMS perspective
    Maintain environmental performance monitoring/reporting and associated tools
    Assist in HSE incident investigation as appropriate including the review of Incident Reports
    Ensure lessons learned are disseminated throughout project using lessons learned and industry alerts.
    Participate in operational risk assessments and / or HAZOPs, HAZIDs, ENVID's as appropriate
    Ensure the management of the Environmental elements of the audit schedule are in line with the agreed audit assurance plan.
    Contribute to in-house environmental training, development and competency assessment of project personnel ensuring that the appropriate level of environmental awareness is delivered

    Experience/Qualifications
    Hold a science degree or suitable equivalent and relevant industry environmental management qualifications/certificates
    Have a good working knowledge and experience in UK environmental legislation (on and offshore) and industry best practices.
    Previous experience as an Environmental Advisor preferably for an offshore operator
    A working knowledge of Environmental management systems, in particular ISO 14001
    Excellent communication and presentation skills, both written and spoken

    Permanent position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 888838

    Orion Group currently supplies over 3,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 29 offices worldwide, Orion Group operating in the UK and internationally and in January 2009, were named the UK's number one for engineering recruitment

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    Type: Long Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Manage and maintain environmental regulatory compliance processes and permitry including environmental risk and compliance registers required for the project business functions Maintain awareness of existing and developing environmental legislation and company standards

    Posted: Tue 17 Dec at 1:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledSenior Environmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is a major Mining and Oil & Gas production company based in Aberdeen and operating in the North Sea

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Senior Environmental Advisor, based in Aberdeen

    Responsibilities will include:
    Maintaining knowledge and awareness of current environmental legislation and corporate standards
    Development, maintenance and implementation of ISO 14001 certified Environmental Management Systems
    Contributing to continuous improvement through monitoring, auditing, review and goal setting
    Leading and taking part in audits of offshore installations, contractors and other third parties.
    Responding to support requests from onshore and offshore operations personnel.
    Conducting offshore visits for training, focussed support, awareness raising, gap analyses, etc.
    Attending task risk assessments or other operational/project RA sessions
    Providing feedback to offshore on quality of incident investigation and reporting.
    Tracking and updating cases in Synergi database, in liaison with operations and offshore personnel, to ensure appropriate level of verification of action close outs.
    Leading or taking part in offshore investigations of high potential or major incidents; supporting offshore investigations by providing expert advice as required.
    Acting as focal point for arranging offshore regulatory inspections, collating responses to inspection letters and ensuring actions are captured in Synergi
    Liaising with key Contractors, especially to co-ordinate SHE improvement activities, review performance and incidents, develop and manage joint SHE plans etc.
    Procedural reviews and improvements including revision and roll out of procedures.

    Skills
    Essential
    Strong background in environmental provision
    Ability to identify and implement improvements

    Education/Qualifications
    Essential
    Relevant environmental degree

    Preferred
    IEMA membership

    Permanent position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 892602

    Orion Group currently supplies over 3,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 29 offices worldwide, Orion Group operating in the UK and internationally and in January 2009, were named the UK's number one for engineering recruitment

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    Type: Long Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is a major Mining and Oil & Gas production company based in Aberdeen and operating in the North Sea
    They are currently recruiting for the position of Senior Environmental Advisor, based in Aberden

    Posted: Fri 29 Nov at 1:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledEnvironmental Advisor (Drilling)

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is one of the largest international Oil & Gas companies in the world with operations covering the entire energy chain. The group operates in over 130 countries and employs over 95,000 personnel worldwide

    As Environmental Advisor (Drilling) your main responsibilities will include

    Assist in implementation of work programme for Company-wide ISO14001 Certification
    Chair Environmental Focus Teams or site SHE Committees involving personnel from various disciplines
    Lead or Participate in Audits to ensure compliance with Environmental Aspects of Company Management System
    Deliver training packages on various environmental issues, advise training department on appropriate training requirements for Company employees.
    Manage preparation of Environmental Statements for New Developments (including budget estimates)
    Prepare and submit permits for all operations, on and offshore, including those listed above. Also includes budget management where appropriate.
    Collect and manipulate data required for all reporting requirements (including reports to regulators, reports to Group, Reports to Sites)
    Provide environmental input with regard to Regulatory permitting regimes
    Provide expert environmental advice to Business and Support Units
    Follow up on environmental incidents
    Preparation of relevant environmental statements for publication
    Maintain environmental procedures and all other relevant CMS documents.
    Support senior and lead environmental advisors
    Provide environmental support to project teams

    Experience/Qualifications
    Appropriate relevant environmental experience
    Educated to degree level
    Thorough knowledge and understanding of environmental legislation
    Approved Environmental Management System Lead Auditor
    Trained in Oil Spill Management and Modelling
    Possess Offshore Survival, Medical & MIST Certificates

    Contract position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 892542

    Orion Group currently supplies over 3,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 29 offices worldwide, Orion Group operating in the UK and internationally and in January 2009, were named the UK's number one for engineering recruitment

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    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Assist in implementation of work programme for Company-wide ISO14001 Certification Chair Environmental Focus Teams or site SHE Committees involving personnel from various disciplines

    Posted: Wed 27 Nov at 1:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledSenior Enviromental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies. Employing over 100,000 personnel in around 90 countries their strategy is to reinforce their position as a leader in the Oil & Gas industry

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Senior Enviromental Advisor

    This is a contract) position


    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 891669.

    Orion Group currently supplies over 3,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 29 offices worldwide, Orion Group operating in the UK and internationally and in January 2009, were named the UK's number one for engineering recruitment

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    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Our client is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies. Employing over 100,000 personnel in around 90 countries their strategy is to reinforce their position as a leade...

    Posted: Sat 16 Nov at 1:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledWildlife Management Advisor

    United States > AlaskaEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Key Requirements

    Our client is an international Oil & Gas company providing energy worldwide. Operating facilities and marketing products in the majority of the world's countries, they also carry out exploration for oil and natural gas in six continents.

    Our client is looking to fill the position of Wildlife Management Advisor, based in Anchorage, Alaska.

    Job Description

    892594 - Wildlife Management Advisor

    Reports To: PTP Wildlife & Community Affairs Supervisor

    - Support project coordination and development oversight of project wildlife issues in highly sensitive arctic environment

    - Assist in the day-to-day PTP technical contact with federal and state regulatory and resource agencies dealing with wildlife management issues

    - Support strategic regulatory planning input dealing with endangered species in project area

    - Review contractor wildlife management related deliverables for technical and regulatory acceptability

    TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    - Support contractor definition, planning and execution of wildlife management field programs; interface with USFWS & ADFG as regards field team access to land (e.g. Letter of Authorization (LOA)

    - Assist in coordinating in-the-field visits / inspections by PTP, regulatory officials, and representatives of other key stakeholders

    - Ensure stewardship and reporting of wildlife related field performance indicators to meet project requirements

    - Assist in cost and schedule estimating, forecasting and stewardship with focus on wildlife programs

    - Provide quality assurance oversight of contractor/consultant technical deliverables in assigned subject matter expertise areas (e.g. Fish & Wildlife)

    - Ensure that environmental, socioeconomic, health, and regulatory requirements/standards (in particular the ExxonMobil Upstream/EMDC Environmental Standards) are properly integrated into PTP designs and implementation plans

    - Maintain alignment within the PTP E&R Team regarding overall E&R work plans and obligations; organize/participate in ongoing weekly and monthly meetings with E&R contractors and E&R Team to ensure common understanding of requirements/deliverables and status of the work

    - Work with other PTP work groups to maintain ER&S alignment with engineering / construction / operations planning; ensure information required for environmental and regulatory work activities / permits / applications is complete and prepared according to project schedule needs

    - Interface with PTP, ExxonMobil and Worley Parsons-Fluor work groups as necessary to access available technical expertise/resources in support of inpidual work activities, identify/implement best practices, benefit from lessons learned, and obtain other relevant guidance

    - Highlight issues/recommendations to PTP Wildlife & Community Relations Supervisor on a real time basis for resolution

    - Steward ongoing activities / compliance / issues vs. plans / requirements to PTP Wildlife & Community Relations Supervisor.

    - Manage interfaces among the various disciplines responsible for progressing action items

    - Provide weekly and monthly progress reporting

    - Provide personal SSH&E leadership in actions as an PTP team member

    - Handle other ERS duties as requested by the PTP SSH&E Manager and Wildlife & Community Relations Supervisor

    - Work with Community Relations and Security Leads, and NSB, State and Federal permitters on issues related to wildlife and subsistence activities

    - University Degree in Environmental Sciences, Natural Resource Management or other field related to environmental study (advanced degree preferred)

    - 5 - 10+ years broad-based experience with strong subject matter expertise

    - Proven management and leadership skills

    - Experience with interacting with government officials (preferred)

    - Experience interacting with a variety of external entities (e.g., local communities, NGO's, etc.)

    - Strong influencing, consulting, and analytical skills

    - Strong organizational and technical judgment skills

    - Strong interpersonal, facilitation and communication skills; persuasive with strong business perspective

    - Ability to adapt to tight deadlines, heavy workloads, and changing priorities

    QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

    - University Degree in Environmental Sciences, Natural Resource Management or other field related to environmental study (advanced degree preferred)

    - 5 - 10+ years broad-based experience with strong subject matter expertise

    - Proven management and leadership skills

    - Experience with interacting with government officials (preferred)

    - Experience interacting with a variety of external entities (e.g., local communities, NGO's, etc.)

    - Strong influencing, consulting, and analytical skills

    - Strong organizational and technical judgment skills

    - Strong interpersonal, facilitation and communication skills; persuasive with strong business perspective

    - Ability to adapt to tight deadlines, heavy workloads, and changing priorities

    Type: Short Term Contract / OfficeSalary: Not stated

    892594 - Wildlife Management Advisor Reports To: PTP Wildlife & Community Affairs Supervisor - Support project coordination and development oversight of project wildlife i...

    Posted: Wed 30 Oct at 17:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledEnvironmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is an international upstream Oil & Gas company with the majority of its production carried out in North America, the North Sea and Southeast Asia and is committed to conducting its business safely, in an ethically, socially and environmentally responsible manner

    As Environmental Advisor your main responsibilities will include

    Environment focal point for specific assets providing support and assurance
    Assure operations delivery of risk management and compliance with the Law and Company Procedures
    Engagement with operations to establish and implement management strategies for environmental issues
    Continuous improvement of all environmental elements within the HSE&A Management System
    Internal and external facing subject matter expert for a specific environment topic
    Maintain awareness of existing and proposed changes to environmental legislation, Company Standards and industry best practices
    Fulfill Competent Person role within the Company Assurance Model
    Deliver the annual environmental audit program
    Act as focal point for regulatory inspections and track all resultant actions to closure
    Assure the quality of incident investigations and their compliance with company procedures
    Provide direction and support to site HSE Advisors and Environment Champs
    Monitor site permit compliance and coordinate permit updates/renewals
    Monitor operations and performance data against targets and regulatory limits
    Support Projects and Wells in delivery of site related projects
    Support delivery of site specific Environmental Improvement Plans
    Fulfill role as Environment Contact on the Emergency Response Team

    Education, Experience and Qualifications
    Relevant degree or post graduate diploma in an environmental discipline or a core science - preferred.
    Previous experience as an Environmental Advisor for an offshore operator - preferred.
    Excellent communicator (both written and verbal).

    Permanent position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 890799

    Orion Group currently supplies over 3,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 29 offices worldwide, Orion Group operating in the UK and internationally and in January 2009, were named the UK's number one for engineering recruitment

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    Type: Long Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Environment focal point for specific assets providing support and assurance Assure operations delivery of risk management and compliance with the Law and Company Procedures

    Posted: Sat 12 Oct at 1:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledEnvironmental Advisor

    Azerbaijan > BakuEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is one of the world's largest energy companies employing over 80,000 personnel and operating in over 100 countries worldwide with expertise covering a range of energy sources

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Environmental Advisor (Environmental permitting & External relations), based in Baku Azerbaijan

    Azerbaijan local national salary and terms of employment apply to this position

    Responsibilities will include:
    Support developing environmental external relations and communication strategy to straighten relationship with external stakeholders including Government ;
    Advise developing and maintaining Environmental External cooperation Programs;
    Keep updated Environmental permitting registers;
    Handle related communications and develop relationships with internal and external stakeholders
    Monitor commitments made to government's environmental stakeholders;
    Track down existing permitting and environmental management issues;
    Prepare reports and External Environmental Relations, Advocacy and Permitting Quarterly Dashboards;
    Raise internal and external awareness on Environmental issues

    Education
    Essential
    Bachelor Degree in Environmental sciences or related discipline
    Fluent English language

    Experience
    Essential
    Significant work experience in the areas of external relations and communications in Health, Safety, Environment (HSE)

    Permanent position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 889363

    Orion Group currently supplies over 3,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 29 offices worldwide, Orion Group operating in the UK and internationally and in January 2009, were named the UK's number one for engineering recruitment

    Type: Long Term Contract / OfficeSalary: neg

    Support developing environmental external relations and communication strategy to straighten relationship with external stakeholders including Government ; Advise developing and maintaining Environmental External cooperation Programs;

    Posted: Fri 11 Oct at 1:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • CancelledSenior/Environmental Advisor

    United Kingdom > AberdeenEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Job Description

    Our client is a major Mining and Oil & Gas production company based in Aberdeen and operating in the North Sea.

    As Senior/Environmental Advisor your main responsibilities will include:

    Managing relevant aspects of applications under OCR, EIA Regulations, OPPC, PPC, etc.
    Tracking and reporting against environmental permits, consents, authorisations and exemptions issued to the Client.
    Maintaining knowledge and awareness of current environmental legislation and corporate standards
    Development, maintenance and implementation of ISO 14001 certified Environmental Management Systems
    Contributing to continuous improvement through monitoring, auditing, review and goal setting
    Leading and taking part in audits of offshore installations, contractors and other third parties.
    Responding to support requests from onshore and offshore operations personnel.
    Conducting offshore visits for training, focussed support, awareness raising, gap analyses, etc.
    Attending task risk assessments or other operational/project RA sessions
    Providing feedback to offshore on quality of incident investigation and reporting.
    Tracking and updating cases in database, in liaison with operations and offshore personnel, to ensure appropriate level of verification of action close outs.
    Leading or taking part in offshore investigations of high potential or major incidents; supporting offshore investigations by providing expert advice as required.
    Liaising with key Contractors, especially to co-ordinate SHE improvement activities, review performance and incidents, develop and manage joint SHE plans etc.

    Requirements:

    Strong background in environmental provision
    Relevant environmental degree
    Experience in a similar position preferred
    IEMA membership preferred

    This is a permanent position

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 890377.

    Orion Group currently supplies over 3,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 29 offices worldwide, Orion Group operating in the UK and internationally and in January 2009, were named the UK's number one for engineering recruitment

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    Type: Long Term Contract / OfficeSalary: Neg.

    Providing specialist advice and support on environmental matters enabling company to discharge its legal obligations and to meet performance objectives.

    Posted: Tue 24 Sep at 1:00       Job Status: Cancelled

  • ExpiredEnvironmental Consultant

    United KingdomEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Key Requirements

    BS / BA in Engineering or equivalent in relevant technical or business major, MBA / MS is preferred. At least 10 years of professional experience being 8 years of consulting and solutions development expertise, providing fee based services in a customer facing role and at least 2 years direct operations supervisory responsibility preferably in industries such as light and heavy manufacturing, oil and gas, utilities, construction or transportation Experience in at least one or more of the following such as Sustainability Management, ( including Strategy, Policy and Governance framework on Environment, Health, Safety and Social aspects of the business) Carbon and Energy Management (Energy Efficiency, Alternative Energy, Energy audits).

    Job Description

    Leads simultaneously multiple large geographic/global/strategic customer engagement teams which includes actions such as: proactively understand customer business needs and industry, anticipate problems, provide relevant timely customer discovery and consultative assessment information to appropriate team, deliver solutions and communicate value and effectiveness of proposed offering, foster additional business, and maintain customer relationships. Prioritizes and aligns work with engagement/project plans, schedules, changing work demands, and all relevant Company policies, practices, plus local legal requirements as well as supporting practice leaders and BDMs in closing or seeking service opportunities. Understands industry and market trends, determining implications for service offerings/solutions as well as identifying and maintaining relationships with key internal/external influencers, thought leaders, associations, industry panels, speaking engagements, and client and Offering user groups. Shares all learnings with business Practice, services sales, solutions development, and Marketing teams to validate customer requirements and review deliverables prior to customer sign-off/release. Contributes to the effectiveness and maintenance of Practice and consultative selling methods, certifying practice offerings, developing new services delivery techniques, methods, and processes. Lead initiatives to improve quality, efficiency, customer satisfaction and cost reduction to drive additional services opportunity and represent the practice internally and externally ( conferences, trade-shows, media), Achieving all appropriate financial objectives through billable utilization objectives to meet or exceed business objectives and Practice P&L targets. Coaches, mentors, and leads others less Senior Consultants, validating their skills/capabilities when assigned.

    Type: Staff or Contract / OfficeSalary: Negotiable

    Environmental Consultant. Our client is a major player in the Carbon and Energy Management Sector worldwide.

    Posted: Tue 17 Sep at 10:11       Job Expired: Sat 16 Nov at 10:11

  • ExpiredUpstream CO2 & Energy Efficiency Consultant

    India > AnantapurEnvironment > Environmental Advisor

    Key Requirements

    888364 - Upstream CO2 & Energy Efficiency Consultant
    Our client is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies. Employing over 100,000 personnel in around 90 countries their strategy is to reinforce their position as a leader in the Oil & Gas industry.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Upstream CO2 & Energy Efficiency Consultant, based in India.

    Job Description

    888364 - Upstream CO2 & Energy Efficiency Consultant

    Our client is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies. Employing over 100,000 personnel in around 90 countries their strategy is to reinforce their position as a leader in the Oil & Gas industry.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Upstream CO2 & Energy Efficiency Consultant, based in India.

    Job Description

    - Employ process engineering skill to assess CO2 and Energy Efficiency performance of upstream assets and propose improvement solutions. This consultancy work includes site visits as well as desk studies.

    - Support upstream project teams with integrating CO2 and energy efficiency considerations into project decisions.

    - Support projects and business partners with CO2/energy footprint analysis, benchmarking and specialist support for clean development mechanisms (CO2 trading, CDM, JI, etc.).

    - Guidance to (upstream) technology development, design practices, project tools and procurement standards.

    - Expected to work with customers within company and non-company with focus on NG/LNG Plants, E&P sites, project teams, and CO2 assurance etc.

    - Contribute mainly to company's upstream CO2 and Energy Efficiency activities, both for project and existing assets.

    Skills & Experience

    - Academic degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering with extensive experience in upstream industry and have understanding of the upstream business and its technology.

    - Deliver integrated solutions, which requires - apart from generic engineering skills - a sound understanding of the processes for energy and improvement programmes and some understanding of the business and legislative environment in the rather dynamic field of CO2.

    - Able to work in teams and be self motivated

    - Strong verbal and written communication skills and be customer focused

    This is a contract position.

    The rate for this position is negotiable.

    If you feel that you are well suited to the above opportunity and would like to find out more then please contact Orion Group for more information or apply by forwarding your current CV quoting reference 888364.

    Orion Group currently supplies over 3,500 personnel in roles including Oil & Gas, Renewables, Power & Utilities, Construction, Mining, Rail, Aerospace, IT & Telecoms, Office and Commercial. With 29 offices worldwide, Orion Group operate in the UK and internationally and in January 2009, were named the UK's number one for engineering recruitment.

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    Type: Short Term Contract / InternationalSalary: Negotiable

    888364 - Upstream CO2 & Energy Efficiency Consultant

    Our client is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies. Employing over 100,000 personnel in around 90 countries their strategy is to reinforce their position as a leader in the Oil & Gas industry.

    They are currently recruiting for the position of Upstream CO2 & Energy Efficiency Consultant, based in India.

    Posted: Fri 13 Sep at 12:00       Job Expired: Fri 11 Oct at 12:00



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