GNPC

AcronymDefinition
GNPCGhana National Petroleum Corporation
GNPCGreenbelt Native Plant Center (New York City Department of Parks & Recreation)
GNPCGroupement National des Professionnels Clôturistes (French: National Professional Fencing Group)
GNPCGlobal Navigation & Planning Chart
GNPCGlass Nickel Pizza Company (Wisconsin)
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The gas piped onshore from Sankofa field will be mainly used for local consumption and possibly re-exported to adjacent countries, the banks and GNPC said in a joint statement.
Ghana should therefore leave the property rights in its offshore oil with the GNPC and relinquish its shares to the Ghanaian citizens.
There have been discoveries of oil and gas in other blocks by a consortium made up of ENI, Vitol and the GNPC, and another consortium made up of Vanco, Lukoil and the GNPC.
These techniques will be used increasingly in the future to tailor application-specific GNPCs.
Subsequent to this audit a prospective study is being planned with a GNPC intervention.
The bank would assess the viability of the project and determine the repayment capacity of the ministry and the GNPC.
The GNPC is taking on the responsibility of developing of resources at Jubilee and future discoveries.
n, 1895, Gettysburg National Park Commission, "Office of the Commissioners, Record Books of Legislation, 1873-1921" (GETT 41122), box 6, Gettysburg National Park Commission, Records of the Gettysburg National Park Commission, Gettysburg National Military Park (GNMP) Archives (hereafter cited as GNPC Records).
Traders were encouraged by promising news relating to the Jubilee Oilfield in Ghana which the company operates in partnership with Komos Energy and GNPC.
Aker will hold 85% ownership interest for the exploration phase, while GNPC and the Ghanaian government together will own 10%.
Hammond added that the GNPC had full and extensive figures about the output and revenue raised at the Saltpond field which Asaga could have accessed.
For example, Tsatsu Tsikata, President of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) and one of Rawlings' closest advisers, was forced to issue a lengthy rebuttal in the Ghanaian Times of an article in the independent Ghanaian Chronicle of 6 April 1992 alleging corruption in GNPC.