IOOC

AcronymDefinition
IOOCIntegrated Optics and Optical Fiber Communication
IOOCInternational Olive Oil Council
IOOCInteragency Ocean Observation Committee
IOOCIranian Offshore Oil Company (est. 1980; National Iranian Oil Company; Iran)
IOOCInsight out of Chaos (database marketing company; various locations)
IOOCInternational Orthodox Christian Charities
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Iran has started oil production from the CR-10 well, after completing the electricity supply facility to W0 wellhead platform, Daneshfar said, the public Relation department of the IOOC said.
IOOC is working on most of Iran's oil platforms, Qorbani said, noting that since about two years ago, the company has sought to employ domestic utility vessels for oil platforms rather than hiring them from foreign companies.
Nesse periodo, a Espanha foi o maior produtor mundial do fruto (521.500t), seguido da Turquia (400.000t) e Egito (384.500t) (IOOC, 2013).
"Raising and preserving the oil and gas production ceiling is the main plan of IOOC and internal and external sections of this company must make efforts to achieve this objective," he added.
On August 15, 2011, managing director of the IOOC Mahmoud Zirakchianzadeh said plans have been devised to increase Balal oil field's output to 40,000 barrels per day (bpd) from the current 30,000 bpd.
IOOC also reportedly plans to issue about $610 million in bonds by 5 December.
"Our oil production from the Salman, Hengam and Foruzan oil and gas fields, will be increased 20 percent by March 2011," said Mahmoud Zirakchian-zadeh, managing director of Iran's Offshore Oil Company (IOOC), Mehr news agency reported.
The Qatar National Bank 'is to provide 100 percent of the funding,' the head of the financial office at IOOC, Hossein Jafari, reportedly said.
Citing Mahmoud Zirakchian-zadeh, managing director of Iran's Offshore Oil Company (IOOC), IRIB said the contracts would be signed in the near future, but did not give a back-up quote.
Amongst them was International Olive & Olive Oil Council (IOOC) president Habib Essid, who traveled not only to the fair but to olive oil production areas in the region of Izmir.
DESPITE devastating hailstorms along Italy's Adriatic Coast and concerns over damage from the olive fly, the forecast for the olive oil market for the 2006 season is positive, according to the International Olive Oil Council (IOOC).