AECO

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AcronymDefinition
AECOAsociación de Empresas de la Construcción (Spanish construction association)
AECOAssociation of Arctic Expedition Cruise Operators (est. 2003)
AECOAlberta Energy Company (Canada)
AECOAcademic Exchange and Collaboration Office (Hong Kong)
AECOAccredited Elevator/Escalator Certification Organization
AECOAeromedical Evacuation Control Officer
AECOAdvance Engineering Change Order
AECOArchitecture, Engineering, Construction and Owner-operated
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(1) As founding president of the Alberta Energy Company (AEC), he paid homage to the cradle of petroleum prosperity while his provincially-chartered firm grew into two empires: Encana Corp.
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What you may not know is that one of EnCana's founding companies Alberta Energy Company (AEC) was the creator and developer of the AECO Hub.
The mega-merger between Pan Canadian Energy Corporation and Alberta Energy Company Ltd., estimated at $9.2 billion, and Petro-Canada's $3.2 billion purchase of various production assets from Veba Oil & Gas and British Petroleum were the first and fifth largest transactions announced in 2002.
In response to increased industry activity in the Ladyfern area in British Columbia, Canada, president and CEO Bob Watson commented, "We own approximately 11,000 net acres offsetting recently announced activity in this area by Murphy Oil Corporation (NYSE:MUR), Apache Corporation (NYSE:APA) and Alberta Energy Company Ltd.
(KAL624) GWYN MORGAN, CEO of ALBERTA ENERGY COMPANY LTD (AOG), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
A well-site shed was blown up by the Mounties with the cooperation of its owner, the Alberta Energy Company (AEC).
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The company behind the pipeline project, the Alberta Energy Company, says the Express Pipeline is needed to provide an impetus for further oil sands development.
Millar Western Pulp has just built a $200-million chemi-thermomechanical pulp mill near Whitecourt, The Alberta Energy Company is building a $168-million mill at Slave Lake using a similar process, and Weldwood of Canada is spending $370 million to expand its pulp and paper mill at Hinton.
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