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AcronymDefinition
UOPUCAR Office of Programs
UOPUniversity of Phoenix
UOPUniversity of the Pacific (Stockton, CA, USA)
UoPUniversity of Plymouth (UK)
UOPUniversity of Portsmouth (UK)
UOPUniversal Oil Products
UOPUniversity of the People (online academic institution; Pasadena, CA)
UOPUnit of Production (depreciation method)
UOPUser Operation Prohibition (DVD)
UOPUniversity of Peradeniya (Sri Lanka)
UOPUrinary Output
UOPUrzad Ochrony Panstwa (Polish: Country Defence Service)
UOPUpper Ocean Panel
UOPMicro-Operation (microprocessors, microcode)
UOPUniversity of Paisley (UK)
UOPUnderlying Operating Profit
UOPUnit of Purchase
UOPUnit Operating Procedure
UOPUnteroffizer Ohne Portepee (German military)
UOPUtilization Operations Panel
UOPUse of Proceeds
UOPUniversity of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA)
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UOP s fast-to-market solution with key, pre-engineered components enabled this project to go from kick-off to start-up in just 20 months about 10 to 12 months earlier than a typical project of this size allowing Shandong Luqing to start producing isobutylene sooner, said Mike Millard, vice president and general manager of UOP s Process Technology and Equipment business unit.
Over the past 18 months, our team has worked side by side with Honeywell UOP to complete these two projects in north Louisiana," said Tommy Stone, PennTex's chief engineering and operations officer.
In addition to the UOP/Eni Ecofining technology, since launching its renewable energy and chemicals business in 2007, the company commercialized the UOP Renewable Jet Fuel Process under a contract with the U.
Reliable technology that maximises hydrogen recovery helps optimise hydrogen efficiency and improve return on investment," says Rebecca Liebert, vice president and general manager for Gas Processing and Hydrogen at Honeywell's UOP.
To date, 130 UOP membrane units have been installed worldwide.
Jasem Al-Sayegh, general manager for Takreer, said, "We look forward to continued collaboration with UOP, which will help meet the world's growing demand for propylene and also help strengthen our business regionally.
We are very pleased to align ourselves with UOP, the world's leading refining technology company, in order to jointly develop applications for transport fuels and to help us market our unique technology to the transport fuels sector as well as the heating and power markets," said Ensyn Chairman and CEO Dr.
Production of biofuels such as ethanol and biodiesel is expanding because of a number of factors, including the continued rising cost of petroleum, availability of local energy sources, commitment to reduce greenhouse gases and government mandates and incentives, said UOP, which added that its development efforts have targeted the creation of transportation fuels that can be used with the existing diesel and gasoline fuel infrastructure.
The future of the refining industry will be characterized by a substantial increase in crude and hydroprocessing capacity to meet the growing demand for clean fuels," said UOP president and CEO Carlos Cabrera.
UOP contributes $10 per month toward faculty Internet-access expense, but the university requires its faculty to be online and posting messages five out of seven days a week, providing ongoing feedback for students.
This alliance will offer a host of optimized solutions to fuels and lubes refining customers by combining the complementary hydroprocessing technologies of both EMRE and UOP in one comprehensive package," said EMRE President T.
During the signing ceremony SOCAR president Rovnag Abdullayev said his company has been collaborating with UOP for a long time.