IEOC

AcronymDefinition
IEOCInland Empire-Orange County (commuter rail line)
IEOCInternational Egyptian Oil Company (now part of Egyptian Petroleum Corporation; Cairo, Egypt)
IEOCInternational Equine Ophthalmology Consortium (horse studies)
IEOCInternational Eventing Officials Club (est. 1998; equestrians)
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Under the MoU, IEOC, BP Egypt and Egas committed themselves to providing the second train with 5.
IEOC is the leading producer of natural gas in Egypt.
Eni through its subsidiary IEOC, currently holds a 60 percent stake, while the other partners are Rosneft with 30 percent and BP with 10 percent.
Eni, through its subsidiary IEOC, now holds a 60% stake in the concession, Rosneft, through its subsidiary Upstream Projects PTE Ltd, 30% and BP 10%.
Petrobel is a joint venture between IEOC (an Eni subsidiary in Egypt) and the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) and is in charge of the development of the Zohr field on behalf of PetroSherouk, a joint venture between Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) and the IEOC.
The Italian major Eni has also heavily invested in Egypt's hydrocarbon sector and operates mostly through a JV known as Agiba Petroleum and its subsidiary IEOC.
Ashpetco), a JV of EGPC and IEOC, produces 5,000 b/d of 30[degrees] oil (down from 20,000 b/d in late 2003) from the Ashrafi field in the south of the GoS, run by IEOC through a WD JV called Agiba Petroleum Co.
This came after Rosneft's board approved the purchase of a 30% stake in the concession and the purchase of a 15% stake in the joint venture established by Eni's IEOC Production B.
The remaining working interest isheld by ENI through its subsidiary IEOC.
The agreements include an exploration deal signed between the state-owned Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation and BP and IEOC worth $1.
The statement said that the Baltim SW-1 exploration well, drilled at a depth of 25 metres by operator IEOC (Eni), reached a total depth of 3750 metres and penetrated approximately 62 metres of net gas pay in high quality Messinian sandstones.
Ashpetco), a JV of EGPC and ENI's local unit IEOC, produces 7,000 b/d of 30[degrees] oil (down from 20,000 b/d in late 2003) from the Ashrafi field in the south of the GoS, run by IEOC through a WD JV called Agiba Petroleum Co.