Summary: Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) has announced that the Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO), wholly owned by the NOC, has drilled the D1-NC8 New field wildcat well to a total depth of 7,020 feet.
What does NOC stand for?
NOC stands for National Oil Corporation (Libya)
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We have 164 other meanings of NOC in our Acronym Attic
- Nantahala Outdoor Center (Bryson City, North Carolina)
- Natick Operations Center (US Army)
- National Obsolescence Centre
- National Occupation Code (Immigration Canada)
- National Occupational Classification (Immigration Canada)
- National Ocean Council
- National Oceanography Centre (UK)
- National Officials Committee (various organizations)
- National Offshore Council
- National Oil Company
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Anglo-Dutch company's Libyan unit had informed Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) about the move and of its decision to also halt drilling for potential gas finds.
Key companies covered are Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation, China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation and Korea National Oil Corporation - Strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.
A senior National Oil Corporation official told AFP said last month that Tripoli hoped to raise the country's oil production to nearly one million bpd by April, and to pre-conflict levels of around 1.
Summary: Libya's oil production is set to reach 500,000 barrels per day by early October or nearly a third of prewar output, a senior source in the National Oil Corporation said Thursday.
The list of 14 firms owned by Libya's National Oil Corporation (NOC) was identified by the U.
Under the MoU, Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC) will be guaranteed stakes in technically recoverable reserves of at least 1 billion barrels of oil worth 110 trillion won ($97.
6 million barrels per day to just 500,000 amid the uprising against Moamer Kadhafi's regime, National Oil Corporation boss Shukri Ghanem said Wednesday.