Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC), the domestic oil refining and fuel distribution arm of the state-owned Kuwait Petroleum Corp (KPC), is to spend up to $34.
What does KNPC stand for?
KNPC stands for Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Marking a 25 per cent increase in size over the 2006 event, it covered 5,200 sq m of space and featured showcase stands from local refining and petrochemical leaders, including Bapco, Banagas, GPIC, Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation, Qatar Petroleum and Saudi Aramco.
Among the exhibitors at Petrotech 2010 will be Bapco, Banagas, GPIC, Exxon Mobil, Dow Chemical Company, Foster Wheeler, JGC Corporation, Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation, Qatar Petroleum, Saudi Aramco, UOP, Yokogawa and Xenel in addition to a dedicated UK pavilion and smaller specialist suppliers and distributors.