ENAP

AcronymDefinition
ENAPÉcole Nationale d'Administration Pénitentiaire (French: National School of Penitentiary Administration)
ENAPEscuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas (Spanish: National School of Fine Arts; Mexico)
ENAPÉcole Nationale d'Administration Publique (Université du Québec)
ENAPEscola Nacional de Administração Pública (Portuguese: National School of Public Administration; Brazil)
ENAPEmpresa Nacional del Petróleo (National Petroleum Company, Chile)
ENAPExcisional New Attachment Procedure (periodontal)
ENAPEnergetic Neutral Atom Precipitation
ENAPExamination, Normal findings, Abnormal findings, Pathophysiology (medical)
ENAPEveryone Needs a Profit (non-profit building and lumber materials co-op)
ENAPEnvironnement Numérique Appliquée à la Pédagogie (French: Platform for Distance Learning)
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At the beginning of 2019, after the new government took place in Chile, Enap Sipetrol executed an important organization restructure inside its upstream and downstream business in Chile and Argentina.
On 27 February 2017, the Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Tarek El Molla, met representatives from ENAP Sipetrol, where the company affirmed its strong desire to expand investments in Egypt's Oil and Gas fields during the coming period.
ENAP intends to use almost all of the proceeds from the proposed notes to refinance existing debt of approximately USD670 million.
Police and prosecutors raided ENAP's oil refinery and maritime port in Hualpen and Talcahuano, two adjoining towns 315 miles (505 km) south of Santiago, early on Monday, ENAP confirmed.
State energy company ENAP is Chile's sole oil refiner, which operates two refineries--Aconcagua and Biobio--with around 220,000 b/d of refining capacity.
ENAP Refinerias SA (ENAP) will utilise KBR's ROSE solvent deasphalting technology at the former's Bio Bio refinery in Concepcion, Chile.
In the case study under scrutiny in this article, the Brazilian National School of Public Administration (ENAP) and its human resources were the most important actors involved in implementation from the Brazilian side.
He returned to teaching in 1969 by founding the Ecole nationale d'administration publique (ENAP), which gave him the opportunity to refocus his interests toward public administration, taking advantage of his five years in the government.
Tamzali, Wassila, En attendant Omar Gatlato, Editions ENAP, Alger,1979.
Meanwhile, state oil producer ENAP has closed the country's small, ageing cracker, prompting the end of production at the sole polyethylene facility operated by Dow.
In a statement, the WHO said health authorities from all over the world approved the Every Newborn Action Plan (ENAP) at the World Health Assembly last May, which set two specific targets for all countries to achieve by 2035.