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Spring 2022 Newsletter

Welcome to this month's newsletter with the focus on offshore renewable energy. The ongoing Climate Emergency and progress towards Net Zero Carbon by 2050 have been driving the recent acceleration...
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JMR FIoD Award

Prof. John M. Reynolds, Managing Director of Reynolds International Ltd, has been awarded the honour of a Fellowship of the Institute of Directors (IoD).  According to Jonathan Geldart, UK Chairman...
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September 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to our September 2021 newsletter, which has, as its main theme, Integrated Ground Modelling in the offshore wind farm sector. As we approach the major climate change conference COP26...
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August 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to this month’s newsletter with the focus on Geohazards. The hydropower sector should take note of two important events. The first was the lethal rock and ice landslide in...
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July 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to this month’s newsletter with the focus on the application of environmental and engineering geophysics to ground investigations. With the UK Government flagging its policy of ‘Build Back Better’...
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When mountains and lakes move: causes and consequences

Prof. John M. ReynoldsReynolds International Ltd, Mold, Wales, UK In young, dynamic, mountain regions, such as those in the Himalayan Region and the Andes, communities must deal with geological processes...
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April 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to our first newsletter of 2021, which focuses on exciting advances in the offshore renewable energy sector. Industries and governments across the globe are planning to achieve net-zero carbon...
New Glacial Hazard Assessments of Pumqu & Poiqu Catchments, Tibet/Upstream Nepal

New Glacial Hazard Assessments of Pumqu & Poiqu Catchments, Tibet/Upstream Nepal

BREAKING NEWS! RIL is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of two detailed glacial hazard assessments for the Pumqu (Tibet)/Arun Valley (Nepal) and the Poiqu (Tibet)/Bhote Koshi (Nepal) catchments.  These...
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Chamoli disaster, Uttarakhand, northern India, 7th February 2021

A devastating debris flow occurred on Sunday 7th February in Chamoli District, Uttarakhand, northern India, resulting in 26 deaths thus far with about 171 people missing including 35 construction workers...

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HAPPY CLIENTS

"CEGS have known of Reynolds International Ltd, previously Reynolds Geo-Sciences Ltd, since the mid-1990s and have utilised their services over the years for specific surveying in the former underground coal and iron ore fields of West Cumbria. As a lead consultant, we have used Reynolds International to successfully locate and define both the underground workings and the mine entries that pose a hazard to the built environment, especially shafts in the iron ore workings. Additionally, we have also enrolled on the CPD training courses that are organised by Professor John Reynolds and these provide an invaluable update to our professional skills. We will continue to use Reynolds International as our preferred specialist Geophysical consultancy because of the consistent high professional standards that are applied to every project."

Dennis R. E. Dickins, CEGS, Cumbria

"The British Embassy, Bucharest, has been working with Professor John Reynolds, of Reynolds International Ltd, since 2008 in order to ensure that the Embassy’s earthquake and emergency planning is up to date; and that all staff, dependents and the British community, for which the Embassy has a responsibility, are briefed on the causes, the preparations and the relevant actions in the event of an earthquake. Professors Reynolds’s knowledge, advice and guidance has been invaluable in ensuring that the embassy’s plan is as up to date and in an as workable format as possible. His knowledge is second to none and his guidance is clear concise and in an understandable format."

B A Davidson – HM Consul, Head of Corporate Services, Bucharest, Romania

"The earthquake preparedness training course provided by Professor John M. Reynolds for BAT Romania’ employees during 3 days in February this year was a well designed and tailored course given the high seismic hazard area where Romania is located. The main aim of the course was to provide our employees with necessary information to help them to reduce their own vulnerability at work, in their out-of-work activities and in their family lives. I was very pleased with the results of the training and, most importantly, I have received very positive feedback from participants. I recommend this course for other commercial organizations in Romania or abroad."

Eugen Stan, Business Security Manager