He added that the same topics were discussed with officials from the Libyan National Oil Corporation, NOC.
What does LNOC stand for?
LNOC stands for Libyan National Oil Corporation (more commonly seen as NOC)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 3 other meanings of LNOC in our Acronym Attic
- Liaison Officer
- Like No Other
- Limited Nuclear Option/s
- Linuxnewbie.org (a website about Linux for newbies)
- Local Network Operation (communication)
- Local News Only
- Localized Natural Orbital
- Liberty Names of America Inc.
- Leave No One Behind (2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development General Assembly Resolution)
- Like New Original Box
- Lithuanian National Olympic Committee (est. 1924)
- Local Network Operations Center
- Lakeshore Northeast Ohio Computer Association
- Learning Network of Clinton County (Indiana)
- Last Night of Freedom
- League of Nations Official Journal (Geneva, Switzerland)
- Low Noise Optical Probe (sensors)
- Local Network Operations and Security Center
- Lender's Notification of Value (Virginia)
- Leeden National Oxygen, Ltd. (Singapore)
Samples in periodicals archive:
It ended an assets freeze on the Libyan National Oil Corporation and virtually all restrictions on the central bank and other key institutions.
It established a no-fly zone over Libya to protect civilians, authorized "all necessary measures" to enforce it, and tightened sanctions on Gaddafi, his family and inner circle and added asset freeze on the Central Bank of Libya and the Libyan National Oil Corporation.
The Libyan National Oil Corporation has been a primary funding source for the Gaddafi regime," said Adam J.
The meeting of Syrian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Sufian Allao and Chairman of the Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) Shukri Mohammad Ghanem in Tripoli, the capital of Libya, came in the framework of promoting bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
Tatneft received the concession in October 2005 at the second open tender of the Libyan National Oil Corporation and became the first Russian company to enter the Libyan oil market.
Many of the major energy companies who are actively exploring in Libya have recently re-negotiated their contracts with the Libyan National Oil Corporation, indicating the significant opportunity most of the oil majors see in Libya.