LNOCLibyan National Oil Corporation (more commonly seen as NOC)
LNOCLithuanian National Olympic Committee (est. 1924)
LNOCLocal Network Operations Center
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Anthony Musto, of PILS, joined Copelan as co-chair of the certification subcommittee of LNOC, at the time McPharlin was dying of cancer.
"John and I brokered an agreement between LNOC and PILS on a particularly contentious issue, the question of whether there would be a grandparent clause in the rules, and, if so, the scope of the clause," Musto said.
These agreements, which were shown to be arranged by Bassini and his advisor Angelo Barrea without the Hertfordshire club's knowledge, led to Watford being given funds by LNOC, in return for money from the transfer of Danny Graham to Swansea and the club''s share of the Championship''s TV rights deal.
"Because we have had the opportunity to validate the LNOc process for several applications, we believe that this technology has the potential to become the new global standard for rPET production."
The LNOc process relies on Phoenix's patented extremely small-particle-size technology.
PTI says the total cost of ownership of a LNOc unit is around 40 per cent of that of other rPET technologies, "which can require capital investments as high as $8--10 million".
The LNOc process relies on Phoenix's "extremely small particle size" technology which is said to enable more efficient decontamination than with other processes, resulting in faster output and significant energy savings.
(10) For simple-sum monetary aggregates, lnOC - log (I+OC), where OC is the differential between rate of return on the alternative asset and own rate of return of the particular aggregate.
In the end, the Treasury Department allowed them to retain title to their Libyan concessions while LNOC assumed operational control.(81)
PTI will also be responsible for the global licensing of the LNOc PCR rPET (commercial recycled polyethylene terephthalate) food-grade resin line, a product of PTI's sister company, Phoenix Technologies of Bowling Green, Ohio USA.
Decides that the Libyan National Oil Corporation (LNOC) and Zueitina Oil Company shall no longer be subject to the asset freeze and other measures imposed in paragraphs 17, 19, 20 and 21 of resolution 1970 (2011) and paragraph 19 of resolution 1973 (2011);