AOPL

AcronymDefinition
AOPLAssociation of Oil Pipe Lines
AOPLAdvanced Order Parts List
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The AOPL and the American Petroleum Institute (API) also raised questions about PHMSA's plan to shorten to 30 days from the current 45 days the maximum time a company has to respond to information requests from the PHMSA after an inspection is conducted.
AOPL and PPL have remaining option agreements for up to two (2) additional Pacific Class 400 jack-up drilling units which require AOPL commitment by June 30, 2011 and December 31, 2011, respectively.
AOPL and PPL have also arranged option agreements for up to three (3) additional Pacific Class 400 jack-up drilling units which require commitment by AOPL at various times beginning 90 days after the execution of the subject construction contracts and extend to 15 months after the execution of the subject construction contracts.
The rig will be constructed at Jurong's shipyard in Singapore where AOPL is currently constructing a conventionally moored semisubmersible drilling unit (of the same ExD design) scheduled for delivery in early 2011 and which is already contracted with Chevron Australia.
The AOPL membership will broaden both the participation of the liquid industry in technology development, and PRCI's technical perspective.
Oil sands-derived crude is safe for delivery--this confirmation is good news for pipelines, the environment and American consumers," said Andy Black, AOPL president and CEO.
To provide the drilling rig required by this contract, AOPL has executed a construction contract with Jurong Shipyard Pte.
In conjunction therewith, AOPL has also secured an option to purchase from LeTourneau, Inc.
Houston based International Offshore Drilling Contractor) announced today that the ATWOOD EAGLE, owned by its wholly owned subsidiary Atwood Oceanics Pacific Limited ("AOPL") and operated by an Australian subsidiary of AOPL, has been awarded a one (1) well contract by ENI Australia BV ("ENI") and a one (1) year extension on its current contract with Woodside Energy Ltd.
Active in a number of energy industry organizations, Bailey was a member of the board and chaired several committees with API, on the boards of AOPL, AGA and INGAA.
The AOPL and the American Petroleum Institute (API) questioned PHMSA's plan to shorten to 30 days from 45 days the maximum time to respond to information requests after an inspection.
As the leading industry association, the AOPL acts as an information clearinghouse for the public, the media and the pipeline industry; provides coordination and leadership for the industry's ongoing Joint Environmental Safety Initiative; and represents common carrier crude and product petroleum pipelines in Congress, before regulatory agencies, and in the federal courts.