siccar

siccar

(ˈsɪkər)
adj
Scot sure; certain. Also: sicker
[Middle English, from Latin sēcūrus secure]
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Furthermore, 'to mak siccar,' my father has taken the opposite side of the fireplace and is deep in the latest five columns of Gladstone, who is his Carlyle.
Hedda Felin, Equinor's senior vice-president for UK and Ireland offshore, said: "Together with our partners, Suncor and Siccar Point, we are fully focused on bringing this much-anticipated UK development to realisation.
Equinor holds a 40% operated interest in the field, alongside Canada's Suncor Energy (40%) and Aberdeen-based Siccar Point Energy (20%).
WEST OF SHETLAND Drilling completed on May 13 at Siccar Point's 204/5b-2 Blackrock exploration well, which spudded on March 15 with Diamond Offshore's Ocean GreatWhite.
Mr Swann said "lots of pairs of eyes" will be on Siccar Point Energy's well at the Lyon prospect, located north-west of Shetland.
London-based BWE has invested in a number of north-east energy sector firms, including Siccar Point Energy, Rovop and Survivex.
Chevron and Siccar Point led where others have swiftly followed in adopting DeltaTek's technology, and it has recently appointed a business development manager for Houston in the US.