CLNR

AcronymDefinition
CLNRCleaner
CLNRCertified Like-New Replacement (Verizon)
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CLNR estimates future revenues from the prospect could be as high as PS555 million.
The deal provides for an exclusive option which allows CLNR to increase its equity position in Licences P1944 and P2156 by 20% to 25% within a period of nine months following execution of the sale and purchase agreement for the acquisition of the initial 5% interest.
Prof Phil Taylor, director of Newcastle University's Institute for Sustainability, which played a lead role in the CLNR believes the Powerwall can be 'transformative'.
(77) Huu-Ay-Aht First Nation v British Columbia (Minister of Forests), 2005 BCSC 697, [2005] 3 CLNR 74 [Huu-Ay-Aht].
In February, Shell agreed to farm in to CLNR's P2252 licence containing the 100mm-barrel Pensacola prospect.
The insights generated by CLNR have national relevance, providing a springboard to ensure that the development of a smarter power grid continue and they represent one of many ways that Northern Powergrid is powering ahead in the region.
London-listed CLNR searched for a partner to help pay for the development of licence P2248 for years.
The heads of terms provide for an exclusive option which allows CLNR to increase its equity position in Licences P1944 and P2156 by 20% to 25% within a period of nine months following execution of the sale and purchase agreement for the acquisition of the initial 5% interest.
Jim Cardwell, head of regulation and policy at Northern Powergrid the electricity distribution network operator for the North East and Yorkshire, is one of the leads on the CLNR programme.