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What does AIOC stand for?

AIOC stands for Azerbaijan International Oil Consortium

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Areas in dispute with Azerbaijan consist of Serdar, an offshore oilfield on the Caspian maritime boundaries known in Baku as Kyapaz, and the Azeri and Chiraq oilfields which are being developed by the BP-led Azerbaijan International Oil Consortium (see survey of Azerbaijan in Nos.
LUKoil Leads In External E&P Investment: LUKoil was the first among the Russian oil companies to invest in E&P outside the country after the collapse of the USSR as it joined the Azerbaijan International Oil Consortium (AIOC).
Oil exports will increase substantially as oil begins flowing from two major joint ventures currently underway in the Caspian region: the Azerbaijan International Oil Consortium (AIOC) in Azerbaijan and the Tengizchevroil project in Kazakhstan.
The corridor is the route of the oil pipeline currently being constructed by the Azerbaijan International Oil Consortium to transport crude oil from the Caspian Sea to the terminal at Supsa on the Georgian Black Sea coast.
Areas in dispute with Azerbaijan consist of Serdar, an offshore oilfield on the Caspian maritime boundaries known in Baku as Kyapaz, and the Azeri and Chiraq oilfields which are being developed by the BP-led Azerbaijan International Oil Consortium (see survey of Azerbaijan in Nos.
Areas in dispute with Azerbaijan consist of Serdar, an offshore oilfield on the Caspian maritime boundaries known in Baku as Kyapaz, and the Azeri and Chiraq oilfields which are being developed by the BP-led Azerbaijan International Oil Consortium (see survey of Azerbaijan in Nos.
These areas lie close to existing CanArgo and Georgian Oil infrastructure, within the main Trans-Caucasus transportation corridor, and close to the route of the oil pipeline currently being constructed by the Azerbaijan International Oil Consortium to transport crude oil from the Caspian Sea to the terminal at Supsa on the Georgian Black Sea coast.