APPEA

AcronymDefinition
APPEAAustralian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (petroleum/gas industry body of producers, explorers, & service providers)
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Considering that the island does not appea fully stocked, and that there are no beasts of prey, I wa particularly curious to know what has checked their originally rapid increase.
Hence the fragments appea to have travelled from the head of the valley; but in realit it seems more probable that they have been hurled down fro the nearest slopes; and that since, by a vibratory movemen of overwhelming force, [9] the fragments have been levelle into one continuous sheet.
To him with swift ascent he up returnd, Into his blissful bosom reassum'd In glory as of old, to him appeas'd All, though all-knowing, what had past with Man Recounted, mixing intercession sweet.
Matthew Doman, Northern Territory director for the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA), said on Sunday there was no reason for a moratorium.
The four-day event is presented by the International Gas Union (IGU), the Gas Technology Institute (GTI), and the International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR), with the support of the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (Appea).
Right now you could engage with our ongoing Lent campaign, #FreedomFridays, when many individuals and organisations are giving up a latte, or their regular pint on Fridays and donating what they would have spent to A Way Out, alternatively you donate Chocolate Eggs for our Easter appea.
66 - The number of Test appea ances made by England's most capped player, Dylan Hartley.
"It does encourage us that we are in an area where oil and gas can be found," he told The Australian Financial Review on the sidelines of the APPEA oil and gas conference in Melbourne.
In addition, CSG production was about 232 Bcf and is currently confined to New South Wales and Queensland, according to the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association's (APPEA) annual report.
The three judges unanimously dismissed the Topshop appea. In the lead judgment Lord Justice Kitchin ruled Mr Justice Birss "was entitled to find that the sale by Topshop of the T-shirt amounted to passing off".
Stoke boss Mark Hughes was frustrated by not just the handball appea, but another penalty shout after Crouch's header against the woodwork.