JNOCJapan National Oil Company (now Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation; est. 1967)
JNOCJapanese National Oil Corporation
JNOCJoint Nuclear Operations Center (US)
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(JNOC) affiliates integrate operations as part of reforms to dissolve the money-losing state oil developer in two years, industry ministry officials said Thursday.
JNOC signed an agreement with Iran's Research Institute of Petroleum Industry on Dec.
Horiuchi, who headed the former Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) in 1997, also recommended the following year that a former JNOC executive not be paid a retirement allowance.
The subsidiary, owned 50% by JNOC, had drilled two exploratory wells between 2001 and 2002.
JNOC said it produced the GTL fuel at its pilot plant in Hokkaido with Cosmo Oil Co., Nippon Steel Corp., Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Chiyoda Corp.
But whether the planned listing will be realized remains uncertain because the government has tasked an advisory panel to decide the fate of JNOC's affiliates before JNOC's planned dissolution in March 2005.
The Diet has passed two bills designed to make an independent administrative body take over JNOC's roles in funding for oil-exploration projects, research and development, and national oil stockpiling in March 2004, and disband JNOC a year later.
In the latest reporting year, the JNOC booked 198.7 billion yen in loss provisions.
The JNOC set up Nippon Oil Exploration (Venezuela) Inc.
(JNOC) said Friday it and five Japanese companies will start operating a gas-to-liquids (GTL) pilot plant in Tomakomai, Hokkaido, in mid-August.
(JNOC) around March 2005 and reshuffle the national oil exploration and petroleum stockpiling policy.
(Japanese oil companies, notably Japex and Inpex with state-owned JNOC, have until June to present to the Iranian Oil Ministry proposals for their preferred part of Azadegan, which has the potential to produce 400,000 b/d within less than two years of field development.