AIOC


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AcronymDefinition
AIOCAnglo-Iranian Oil Company
AIOCAzerbaijan International Operating Company
AIOCAzerbaijan International Oil Consortium
AIOCAustralian Informatics Olympiad Committee (est. 1999)
AIOCAzerbaijan International Operating Consortium
AIOCAcceptable Initial Operating Capability
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As the 1 May Every Dollar Counts campaign start date neared, the AIOC team defined metrics, reviewed idea entry points, readied our SharePoint site, and pondered the burning question on all our minds: "What if we're flooded with idea submissions?
AIOC is a client of former secretary of state James Baker's law firm.
led consortium (Chevron, ExxonMobil, Lukoil/ARCO and Kazakhoil), and the BP Amoco-led 11 member AIOC consortium for the Azeri, Chirag and shallow water Guneshli fields (also includes Unocal, ExxonMobil, Devon and Amerada Hess) with 4 billion barrels of reserves.
AIOC produces a lot of associated gas for the local market.
The only other success story to date in the Caspian region is the southern Caspian's AIOC three-field development project.
Azerenergy Socar (State Oil Company of Azerbaijan) AIOC (Azerbaijan International Operating Company) Azerigaz
Socar's production of natural gas and its take of associated gas produced by AIOC in 2012 reach the average of 18.
AIOC has the Azeri-Chirag-Deep-water Guneshli (ACG) complex of offshore oilfields, being developed further.
The COP-WC platform is the fourth phase of the Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli (ACG) development operated by BP on behalf of AIOC in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian Sea.
Under contracts to AIOC, McDermott Caspian Contractors is fabricating integrated decks and installing subsea pipelines for Phase 1, 2 and 3 development of AIOC'S Azeri, Chirag and deepwater portion of the Gunashli fields in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian Sea.
After many years of geo-politics among the big powers, finally the partners in AIOC and the Shah Deniz consortium have got their pipeline projects off the ground.
Two US officials have been central in trying to persuade the AIOC of this: Energy Secretary Bill Richardson and the US Ambassador to Ankara, Richard Morningstar.