Now the company is expanding the projects of the Caspian Pipeline Consortium.
What does CPC stand for?
CPC stands for Caspian Pipeline Consortium
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- Card Programmable Calculator (IBM)
- Career Planning Center (various schools)
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- Caring Pregnancy Center
- Carnahan, Proctor and Cross, Inc.
- Carolina Population Center
- Carrier Piece Count
- Carrier Portability Code
- Case Processing Centre (Canadian immigration, Vegreville, AB)
- Cellular Phone Company
- Cellule de Prévention et de Crise (French: Crisis and Prevention Unit; est. 2011)
- Center for Palliative Care
- Center for Parallel Computing (University of Michigan)
- Center for Participatory Change (Asheville, NC)
- Center for Peace through Culture (Monterey, MA)
- Center for Plant Conservation
- Center for Primary Care (various locations)
- Center Point Church (various locations)
- Center Positioning Control (Taiwan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
55% S - mostly through the 1,450-km Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) system.
In March 2007 OOC sold its 7% in the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) to ONGC Mittal Energy Ltd (OMEL) of India, a JV of state-owned ONGC and steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal for about $200m.
was actively involved with the early oil pipeline from Baku to Novorossisk of 1997, the Baku-Supsa pipeline of 1999, and the Caspian Pipeline Consortium project that was completed last year.
Next month, the Caspian Pipeline Consortium, a group owned in part by units of ExxonMobil and Chevron, will open a new line to bring oil from Kazakhstan to the Black Sea.
However, Deuss got involved in intrigues related to the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC), including a serious clash with Chevron which refused to fund CPC so long as Deuss maintained his position on cost sharing.
The task of conveying Kazak oil abroad hms been undertaken by the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC), which initially was set up in 1992 as a joint venture by Russia, Kazakstan and Oman.
The Willbros/Saipem joint venture has won a contract from the Caspian Pipeline Consortium for Phase One in the construction of a $400m, 155-mile, 40in link to carry crude oil from Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan as well as Russia, linking Kropotkin in Russia to a new Black Sea oil terminal north of Novorossiysk.