A Z Foodmart


A Z Foodmart
A Z Foodmart is listed in the Convenience Stores category in Irving, Texas. Displayed below are the social networks for A Z Foodmart which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of A Z Foodmart on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 83.

Contact information for A Z Foodmart is:
2400 W 4th St
Irving, TX 75060
(972) 986-0186
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ConocoPhillips shared The St Andrews Prize for the Environment's post.
Congratulations to the finalists! The St Andrews Prize for the Environment is a joint environmental initiative by the University of St Andrews and ConocoPhillips that recognizes significant contributions to environmental issues and concerns.
The Finalists have now been announced for the 2017 St Andrews Prize for the Environment! Following receipt of over 800 entries from around the world, three finalists have been chosen for this year’s prestigious St Andrews Prize. The winner will receive $100,000 USD and the two runners-up will each receive $25,000 USD. This year’s finalists are: - The Solar Socket - bringing light to health (Dulas Ltd) - The Pump, The Fish and The Garden - Aquaponics in the Philippines (CHAI - Community Hope Alternatives, Inc.) - Plantwise - increasing food security across the globe (CABI Plantwise For more information about our 2017 Finalists please visit - http://www.thestandrewsprize.com/news-articles/2017-finalists-announced #SAP2017
The St Andrews Prize for the Environment recognises significant contributions to environmental conservation and has attracted entries from more than 50 countries each year on diverse topics including; sustainable development in the Amazon rainforest, urban regeneration, recycling, health and water i...

Exploring our employee networks. Personal & professional development - open to everyone. #ConocoPhillips #worklife twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

CTO Greg Leveille's retrospective on #energy use & availability. See the shale renaissance's U.S. impact. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

See how "uber-safety people" Dean and Karen live #safetyfirst on land and sea. #worklife #ConocoPhillips twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Safety is a SPIRIT value Dean and Karen live day in and day out. In fact, when their son Schuyler was asked by his teacher how his family says "hello" at home, he answered "Safety first!" Read their story: http://bit.ly/2nxgIdO
Dean and Karen Davis met back in the 80s as members of the crew of the tanker Arco Texas.

#Math Teacher of the Month 2016 grand prize winner Michelle Wilson cheering the @Astros #springtraining @HumbleISD twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Working to solve real world #water challenges at #Mines #ConocoPhillips Center for a #Sustainable WE2ST twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Spirit Magazine helps us stay connected, informed, entertained and inspired. We're glad to share it with you! In this issue, meet the people behind ConocoPhillips Qatar, explore the impact of a corporate commitment to health and wellness and see the benefits of sourcing goods and services from diverse suppliers. bit.ly/2mX8gDy
Cover story - ConocoPhillips Qatar: Partnerships and collaboration in the heart of the Arabian Gulf

"We must position our company to deliver predictable performance through the cycles by maintaining a strong balance sheet, a low cost structure and a low cost of supply resource base, while preserving strategic flexibility. And that’s exactly what we’ve done." Learn more in the $COP 2016 annual report: http://bit.ly/1pJ9EIw
We work in a truly integrated way to find and produce oil and natural gas globally.

On Pi Day, we're loving the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Pi in the Sky challenge - take a few minutes to solve problems like a rocket scientist! (And maybe fuel up with some home-cooked goodness.) Happy Pi Day everyone!
Can you use π (pi) to solve these stellar math problems faced by NASA scientists and engineers?