NPEL

AcronymDefinition
NPELNicoma Park Extension Library (Nicoma Park, OK)
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The Slovak list implementing the provisions of the 2006 Directive establishing a second list of indicative occupational exposure limit values [12] contains 285 dangerous substances, for which the NPEL (OEL) values have been set [3].
(91) The Court declared that activities prohibited by the NPEL could not be divided between acts of greater or lesser illegality or acts meriting or not meriting criminal punishment.
(99) Against the dissents of four remaining liberal justices, the Court overturned lower court judgments in three separate cases that had acquitted government employees charged with violating the NPEL by exercising various forms of political speech.
In the Sarufutsu judgment, the Court held that, despite the free speech guarantee in the Constitution, prosecution of these individuals was appropriate because "the parliamentary system requires that public employees carry out policies passed into law by the Diet and that they maintain political neutrality in order to keep the trust of the people in the political impartiality of government administration." In order to "keep the trust of the people," the Court upheld a complete ban on political activities by all workers subject to the NPEL and universal prosecution not only for violation of the Law itself, but also for violation of administrative regulations issued thereunder.
As a compensation, the all-stock deal envisages the issue 2.769 million NPEL shares for Austevoll Seafood, which will increase its stake in NPEL to 43% from 33%, the parties stated.
On 6 February, the buyer announced it would make a mandatory bid at NOK15.50 (USD2.81/EUR2.1) per share for the rest of NPEL, which it plans to launch within the four-week period required.
AUSS expects NPEL to become its fully-owned unit in this quarter.
28 September 2009 - Fishing company Norway Pelagic ASA (OSL: NPEL) said today it had exercised an option to extend the lease of the Bergen plant by one year until 30 June 2011.
25 August 2009 - Fishing company Norway Pelagic ASA (OSE: NPEL) said today its net profit more than doubled to NOK54.2m for the first half of 2009 from NOK23.9m for the same period of 2008.
The 15:85 exchange ratio between Austevoll Fisk and NPEL was calculated on a total equity value of NOK704.7m (USD131.2m/EUR90.5m) for NPEL and a value of NOK124.6m for Austevoll Fisk, the buyer said in a release from March.Country: Norway, Sector: Agriculture/Forestry, Food/Beverages/TobaccoTarget: Austevoll Fisk ASBuyer: Norway Pelagic ASAVendor: Austevoll Seafood ASA Deal size in USD: 23.2mType: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: All-stockStatus: Agreed
Under the agreed terms, NPEL's unit Norway Pelagic AS will take over Austevoll Fisk in exchange for 2.768m new NPEL shares to be issued to AUSS, the buyer said in a press release.
The 15:85 exchange ratio between Austevoll Fisk and NPEL is calculated on a total equity value of NOK704.7m (USD127m/EUR89.3m) for NPEL, with a price per share at NOK45.00 and a value of NOK124.6m for Austevoll Fisk.