Portugal. If the Territory is Portugal, the MicroStrategy contracting entity on the order is MicroStrategy Portugal, Sociedade Unipessoal, Lda, with offices at Avenida da República, 50, 2nd floor, office 202, 1050-196 Lisboa, Portugal, and the following terms apply: (a) the Governing Law will be the laws of Portugal; and (b) any disputes, actions, claims or causes of action arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or the parties’ relationship under it will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the City of Lisbon, Portugal; and (c) the “Limitation of Liability” section of the General Terms is deleted and replaced with the following: “Except for our obligations under the “Indemnification” section of this Agreement, damages resulting from your breach of our intellectual property rights, damages resulting from a party’s intentional misconduct or gross negligence, and bodily injuries, death or property damages caused by the negligence of a party, the cumulative aggregate liability of each party and all of its affiliates to the other party and all of its affiliates related to this Agreement will not exceed the greater of (a) the amount of the fees paid or payable to us in the twelve (12) months prior to the first claim made by you and (b) EUR 300,000. In no event will either party or any of its affiliates be liable for any indirect or unforeseeable damages, or for loss of business, loss of income, loss of revenue or earnings, loss of net worth or profit, loss of opportunity or damage to reputation.”; and (d) the fourth, fifth and sixth sentences of the “Orders and Payment” section of the General Terms are deleted and replaced with the following: “If any undisputed invoice governed by this Agreement, remains unpaid for thirty (30) or more days after it is due, we may, without limiting our other rights and remedies, suspend technical support services until such amounts are paid in full. In addition, any amounts which remain unpaid after the due date will be subject to the applicable legal interest rates, from the due date until such amount is paid.”; and (e) the second sentence of the “Notices” section of the General Terms is deleted and replaced with the following: “You will provide notices to: MicroStrategy Portugal, Sociedade Unipessoal LDA, Attention: Legal Representative, at Regus Lisboa, Avenida da República, 00 0000-000 Lisboa, Portugal; email: firstname.lastname@example.org”; and (f) the following is added as the last sentence to the “Assi...
Portugal. If either party is located in Portugal, the limitations and exclusions in sections B.3 and C.4.1 shall not apply (i) to the extent that liability cannot be limited or excluded according to applicable law; (ii) in cases of willful misconduct and gross negligence; (iii) in cases of bodily injuries or death caused by Siemens’ negligence; or (iv) in cases of fraud or fraudulent misrepresentations.
Portugal. Section 16.H is deleted and replaced with: Any dispute hereunder shall finally be determined by Lisbon Courts.
Portugal. Xxxxx Xx Xxxxx Xxxxx, Director of European Center on Urban Risks (CERU), presented the Baywatch project, “Involving sales and tourism agents in earthquake and tsunami mitigation measures”. The upcoming projects will deal with risks at beaches and coastal resorts. Romania Xxxx-Sever Xxxxxxxxx, Director of the European Centre for Rehabilitation of Buildings (ECRB), explained that in 2017 no funds were used from EUR-OPA. Nevertheless they continued their work in the field of earthquakes. The upcoming projects will look into earthquake preparedness. Russian Federation Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, European centre for New Technologies of Risk Management (ECNTRM), stated that all the projects carried out by them are discussed and accepted beforehand by the government. This guarantees the implementation of its results and bringing about changes in the legislation. The centre calculates rates and scales of emergencies, looking at warning systems and calculating risks through automated monitoring algorithms. Another project is on raising awareness of risk reduction. The upcoming projects aim to engage the population through internet portals: specific templates would be used for certain threats, only when filled in correctly will these templates be followed up. The Secretariat recalled the importance of creating tools and applications (e.g. for smartphones) in addition to brochures and leaflets for local people. Turkey Xxxxx Xxxxx introduced the work of the European Natural Disasters Training Centre (AFEM), providing support to 3.2 million Syrian refugees in Turkey. She explained the different training models carried out in the respective protection centres. The upcoming projects aim to strengthen the role of authorities in building disaster resilient communities and to produce a film on disaster and disabilities. Ukraine Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxx, Director, European Centre of Technological Safety (TESEC), introduced the Ukrainian national public emergency plan for the general public. He then presented the upcoming project, which aims to identify good governance practices in the management of nuclear disasters and cross-border technology. France Xxxx-Xxxxxxxx Xxxxx introduced the work the European Centre for Seismic and Geomorphological Hazards (CERG) is carrying out in mapping, in order to contribute to the prevention in the European Landslide Susceptibility Map ELSUS. Furthermore, they contribute to the nucleus of a European Landslide Inventory. The upcoming project intends to initiate ...
Portugal. Biomass, mainly firewood, is the most common fuel, which represents about 68% of total energy consumption for space heating10. Portugal has many supporting points to use wood chips as a biofuel: they can use the logistics from woody biomass supply chain, the infrastructure and technology for harvesting is well established, they have a lower price compared to other biofuels, its use can decrease the risk of a forest fire, and there is a high acceptance of the standard product, etc. However, all of above mentioned characteristics are secondary compared with the main disadvantages: low availability and low or irregular quality of the biofuel. Other important constrains are related to the lack of professionals qualified to install the adapted conversion technologies. Category Description Status Market Need Renewable energy has made strong progress in Portugal over the past decade accounting for 25.4% of Portugal’s total primary energy supply (TPES) in 2014, 12.6% for biofuels. There is also an important activity related to harvesting and sawmilling that generate wood chips as a residue that needs to be handled and reused if possible. Resources Availability Concerning the national forest cover, the most representative forest species are eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus), with 812 thousand hectares, the cork oak, with 737 thousand hectares, and the maritime pine (Pinus pinaster), with 714 thousand hectares, which together represent 72% of the total forest area. Wood chips availability for fuel uses could be compromised for the strong competence with wood-based panel and boards industry which is strongly settled in the country. Large presence of Eucalyptus results in a low-quality biomass due to its high ashes content. Public Support Main instrument for promoting renewable electricity is the special production regime, whereby electricity produced from renewable energy benefits from a feed- in tariff (FITs). Supply chain The supply chain is not totally mature. Therefore, it is necessary to make a special effort in order to develop it. Technology The technology is developed but there is a lack of professionals able to install small scale heating or district heating systems as well as CHP plants.
Portugal. The offer of Notes has not been registered with the Portuguese Securities Market Commission ("Comissão do Xxxxxxx de Valores Mobiliários" or "CMVM"). Each Dealer represents, warrants and agrees and each further Dealer appointed under the Programme will be required to represent, warrant and agree that it has not offered or sold, and it will not offer or sell, any Notes in Portugal or to residents of Portugal otherwise than as stated in the applicable Pricing Supplement and in accordance with applicable law.
Portugal. No offer of the New Shares may be made in Portugal except under circumstances that will result in compliance with the rules concerning the marketing of such New Shares and with the laws of Portugal generally. In relation to Portugal, New Shares may not be offered to the public in Portugal, except that an offer of the New Shares to the public in Portugal may be made: