4 Prohibitive Mistakes to Avoid in a CV

Less than 10 seconds! This is the amount of time that potential recruiters will give to your CV. Thus, there are errors to be absolutely avoided because they will automatically put your job application back as soon as the readers see them. To help you succeed building an effective and catchy resume, here are four common mistakes not to make.

A CV of More than One Page

Given that headhunters will not spend much time on your curriculum vitae, they are more likely to ignore it if it is too long. The solution is not to mention your internships if you have convincing professional experiences. Also remove experiences of less than a year, especially if they are not really related to the position you are applying for. However, give details for the most interesting of your hobbies to personalize your CV (writing a blog, participating in a charity, etc.). To make it easier, you can use a CV creater.

A Confused and Low-Quality CV Form and Content

Your resume should be smooth to be read comfortably. Forget the abuse of colors and the multiplication of fonts and style effects. Give it a title by mentioning your main function. Moreover, it is important to proofread the document at least twice. You can even ask someone you trust to help you for this. The goal here is to avoid grammar and spelling mistakes. 12% of recruiters dismiss a CV at the slightest mistake.

Unnecessary Personal Data in a CV

It is recommended to only indicate your last name, first name and date of birth. Do not give your nationality, your religion or your marital status. Even the date of birth is not mandatory on a resume, but you can add it if you want. Adopt a sober email address, and if necessary, create one dedicated to your job search with only your first and last names. It is crucial to submit a clear and concise document. Think about what recruiters want to know about you or not and build your CV accordingly.

An Inadequate Photo

If the ad says that job applicants must put a photo on their CV, choose a picture of yourself in professional clothing, with a slight smile, taken with a normal camera and not from poor quality webcam shots. Banish vacation portraits, too old photos, or photo booths. In general, if the ad does not mention it, sending a picture is not indispensable.

Royal Golden Eagle puts Canada’s Abundant Reserves of Natural Gas to Use

Royal Golden Eagle (RGE), a managing group operating resource-based manufacturing companies globally, successfully carried out the largest LNG project Canada has seen in recent years. This operation will help utilise Canada’s abundant reserves of natural gas in an efficient manner.

Canada has attracted several liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects over the years due to their plentiful natural gas reserves. According to an energy market assessment  by the National Energy Board (NEB) of Canada, in December 2014, Canada’s total remaining marketable natural gas resource size was 1,087 trillion cubic feet (Tcf).

This was executed through Pacific Oil and Gas (PO&G), a company managed by RGE. PO&G is an independent energy resource manufacturing company focused on meeting the market’s demand.

The company makes investments throughout the energy supply chain, while ensuring they remain responsible corporate citizens. A major investment made by PO&G was through their direct subsidiary Woodfibre LNG Limited, the company behind RGE’s large-scale LNG project in Canada.

The project, carried out under the name ‘Woodfibre LNG project’, will be taking place at a site seven kilometres southwest downtown Squamish, British Columbia. The site was previously used as a pulp and paper mill, and has been converted to fit the LNG project’s needs.

The project, with a capital cost of $1.4-$1.8 billion, is expected to produce two million tonnes of natural gas a year. Their first delivery is expected in 2023.

“The Woodfibre LNG Project is on track to be one of the first LNG processing and export terminals in Canada,” said David Keane, upon being named President of Woodfibre LNG. “I welcome this opportunity to be directly involved in building an LNG facility, and to help create all of the jobs, training and other economic opportunities that come with this project.”

PO&G’s main export market is the emerging Asian economy. Countries like Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, China, and India are among the top few countries in Asia with increasing demand for LNG.

On June 26th 2019, Woodfibre LNG signed a binding LNG Sales and Purchase Agreement (SPA) with BP Gas Marketing Limited (BP), a wholly owned indirect subsidiary of BP PLC. Under the terms of the SPA, BP will receive 0.75 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) of LNG over 15 years on a free-on-board (FOB) basis.

“We are honoured to have BP as a foundation customer of our Woodfibre LNG project,” said Ratnesh Bedi, PO&G President. “BP is a global LNG portfolio player and a pioneer in the international LNG business. We look forward to providing BP with a consistent supply of flexible Canadian LNG that can displace more carbon-intensive fuels.”

About RGE

Royal Golden Eagle, formerly known as Raja Garuda Mas, was founded in 1973 by Indonesian businessman Sukanto Tanoto. With over 60,000 employees, their operations span Indonesia, China, Brazil, Spain and Canada. The company’s assets are valued at $20,000 million, with plans in motion to continue expansion.