China Aviation Oil has announced commencement of operations at New JV South Korean Oil Terminal which has a capacity of 1.
What does CAO stand for?
CAO stands for China Aviation Oil (Singapore) Corporation Ltd.
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We have 196 other meanings of CAO in our Acronym Attic
- Cercle d'Aviron Oléronais (French rowing club; Chateau d'Oleron, France)
- Chad Allen Online (fan site)
- Change of Appointing Office (manpower/personnel)
- Chief Academic Officer
- Chief Accounting Officer (job title)
- Chief Actuarial Officer (various companies)
- Chief Administrative Officer (corporate title)
- Chief Advisement Officer
- Chief Alliance Officer (various meanings)
- Chief Analytics Officer
- Chukotka Autonomous Okrug (Russian region)
- Circum-Atlantic Project
- Citizens' Aide Ombudsman (Iowa)
- Civil Affairs Officer (US DoD)
- Civil Affairs Operations (US DoD)
- Civil Aviation Order
- Civil Aviation Organisation (various locations)
- Classification Advisory Officer (US NSA)
- Cleanup and Abatement Order
- Client Advocacy Office (various organizations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In order to accord with both the standard of GB6537 and ASTM D7566-11 simultaneously, China Aviation Oil mixed aviation biofuel with traditional aviation kerosene by a proportion of 50:50.
Asia's top jet fuel buyer China Aviation Oil (CAO) is expanding trading as it looks to profit from growing air travel across the region, breaking away from its traditional role as the main buyer of the fuel for China's airports.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Jet fuel distributor China Aviation Oil Supply Corporation (CAOSC) has announced that its fuel prices to airlines increased by CNY300 a tonne from 21 July.
China Aviation Oil, the Singapore-based group, was at the centre of the country's biggest scandal since the collapse of Barings Bank in 1995.
5 per cent higher on news that it may buy a stake in Chinese jet fuel importer China Aviation Oil.
Reports said BP wanted to take a 23% interest in China Aviation Oil (CAO) ( the Singapore group that was at the centre of the island state's biggest scandal since the collapse of Barings Bank in 1995.
Reports said BP wanted to take a 23% interest in China Aviation Oil (CAO), the Singapore-based group that was at the centre of the island state's biggest scandal since the collapse of Barings Bank in 1995.