Equilon will lower it below the surface and cover it as part of a community awareness initiative for the proposed New Mexico Products Pipeline project.
What does NMPP stand for?
NMPP stands for New Mexico Products Pipeline (oil industry; New Mexico and Texas)
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We have 3 other meanings of NMPP in our Acronym Attic
- New Mexico Principal Meridian
- New Mexico Pest Management Association
- New Mexico Petroleum Marketers Association (Albuquerque, NM)
- Nursing Mutual Participation Model of Care
- New Mexico Partnership for Mathematics and Science Education (National Association of State Science and Mathematics Coalitions)
- Navy Manning Plan for Officers
- Non-Married Presumed Obligate Significant Other (cohabitation)
- National Mentoring Pilot Project (University of Bradford; Bradford, England, UK)
- Nebraska Municipal Power Pool (est. 1975)
- New Media Printing and Publishing (Ferris State University; Big Rapids, MI)
- Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership (New York, NY)
- Nouvelles Messageries de la Presse Parisienne (French)
- New Mexico Public Procurement Association
- National Marine Pollution Prevention Advisory Committee
- National Mentoring Program in Public Health (est. 1998; Public Health Student Caucus project)
- National Marine Pollution Program Office
- Nuclear Mission Planning and Production System
- Naturalne Metody Planowania Rodziny (Polish: Natural Family Planning Methods)
- Networked Media Product Requirements (Intel)
- National Med-Peds Residents' Association
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This site provides information about the proposed New Mexico Products Pipeline to anyone with Internet access.
Equilon Pipeline Company has proposed a pipeline project, the New Mexico Products Pipeline (NMPP), to provide a safe efficient means of transporting gasoline and petroleum products from the Texas Gulf Coast to Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and the Four Corners area.