INOC

AcronymDefinition
INOCIraq National Oil Company (est. 1966)
INOCInternet Network Operations Center
INOCIrish Nissan Owners Club (car club)
INOCIncome Net of Claims
INOCIranian National Oil Company
INOCInterpreter Network of Colorado
INOCInoculate/Inoculation
INOCInternational Network Operation Center
INOCIran National Oil Company
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Apparently, INOC activities are confined to "exploration, extraction and production of oil and gas".
In the transformed construct the USARPAC INOC becomes GISA-West (GISA-W), the current GISA at Ft.
During an interview in Paris, Mr Pahlavi announced the formation of the Iranian National Opposition Council (INOC) - led by him and comprising 12 nationalist parties - which calls for democratic transformation in Iran.
Mohammed Reza Pahlavi announced the formation of the Iranian National Opposition Council (INOC) led by him and comprising 12 Iranian nationalist parties from across the spectra of the Iranian opposition, which calls for democratic transformation in Iran.
They're also called "international oil companies," in contrast to the "nation-al oil companies" such as Saudi Aramco, NIOC (Iran) Gazprom (Russia), GQFC (Qatar), INOC (Iraq), PDVSA (Venezuela), and others.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Iraqi Finance Ministry granted 1.5 billion Iraqi dinars to the Iraqi National Olympic Commission (INOC) to meet the needs to participate in the Arab Tournament due next month in Doha, Qatar.
The new draft calls for INOC to control producing oilfields such as the 10bn barrel Kirkuk, 2.3bn barrel Bai Hassan fields in the north, and the 6bn barrel Nahr Umr field in the south.
The amended law would give the oil ministry authority to hold bidding rounds for most oil and gas fields, leaving currently producing fields and discovered but undeveloped fields close to them in the hands of a newly created Iraqi National Oil Company (INOC).
As a means to recover from all this instability, the proposed oil and gas laws drafted in February 2007 gave exploration and planning responsibilities to a newly created federal oil and gas council, designating the exploration responsibilities to the state-run Iraq National Oil Company (INOC).