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From: U Energy Central Gas Contracting L.L.C <uenergycentralgascontractinllc@gmail.com>
Date: 8 July 2022, 4:19
Subject: Good morning

Dear Candidate,

Greetings to you from the U Energy Central Gas Contracting L.L.C- UAE.

We are delighted to inform you that we are in 2022 urgent direct recruitment exercise and you were shortlisted to us from our online consultant.

kindly Filled in the gap below and sent back to us for verification by our HR Department at U Energy Central Gas Contracting L.L.C For further perusal and authentication kindly supply the correct
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1. Full Name:
2. Three Positions you are Targeting with us:
3. Expected Salary in US Dollars Equivalent:
4. Mobile Number:
5. Nationality:
6. Current Location: 7. Current Employment Status / Place of work
7. A copy of your International Passport.

Best Regard
U Energy Central Gas Contracting L.L.C
602-Das Tower, Al Bateen Street, AL Khalidiyah, Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates
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