OMEL

AcronymDefinition
OMELONGC Mittal Energy Ltd.
OMELOperador del Mercado Ibérico de Energia
OMELOne Model Essence Limited
OMELOficina Mecânica E Elétrica Ltda (Brasil)
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Romi Mananquil (Tanglaw ng PAG), Omel Masalunga (NingNing), Toots Quiachon (Parol, the Colorful Philippine Star), Nelia Tonido (Holy Night Is for All God's Creations), and Frank Tonido (Kaleidoscope of Stars) -participated and donated their art pieces to the Filipiniana Library to help raise funds for the annual Paskohan program and other resources like a computer and a printer.
One of Tamara Omel's trainees, Hamda H.M., a 20-year-old Emirati student, has been training for four months and already feels a difference in the way she handles herself.
After losing to China in the Akpo deal in 2006, India resorted "to an oil-for-development strategy and the ONGC Mittal Energy Limited (OMEL) succeeded in getting a $6 billion investment deal to build a refinery, power plant and railway line in 2006." (42) Through this deal, OMEL was allocated two oil blocks, which were later withdrawn after the deal fell through and the oil blocks were reallocated by the Yar'Adua presidency.
In the backdrop of current global financial turmoil, ONGC Mittal Energy Ltd (OMEL), promoted by ONGC and steel baron L N Mittal, would like to tread cautiously on their future oil and gas projects.
OMEL Energy Trinidad & Tobago Ltd plans to invest US$500 million to explore five natural gas wells and build construction facilities over the next four years, said Vishwanath Ravindranath, chief executive of ONGC Mittal Energy, reports Reuters (Jan.
Omel to invest in Trinidad PORT OF SPAIN: Omel Energy Trinidad and Tobago Limited plans to pump $500 million into exploring five natural gas wells and constructing production facilities over the next four years in the Caribbean country, a company official said.
Total (Paris: FP) (LSE: TTA) (NYSE: TOT), a France-based integrated oil and gas company, has entered into an agreement with OMEL(1) Energy Nigeria Limited (OENL) and OMEL Exploration and Production Nigeria Limited (OEPNL).
OMEL, an Indian joint venture of state-run ONGC-Videsh Ltd, the overseas arm of Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) and Mittal Energy, has been looking for stakes in Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan.
In March 2007 OOC sold its 7% in the Caspian Pipeline Consortium (CPC) to ONGC Mittal Energy Ltd (OMEL) of India, a JV of state-owned ONGC and steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal for about $200m.
The remaining characteristics are common to both types of contracts: they are "baseload" contracts; the contract unit is 1MW x contract number of hours and the quotation and tick is in euros per MWh, with a 0.01 euros per MWh tick; delivery periods are weeks, months, quarters and years; there's daily cash settlement (mark-to-market); and the spot reference price used for settlement at maturity for both types of contracts is the monetary value of the "Spel base" index, representing an average price of electric energy in the Spanish zone, based on values in the cash market managed by Omel, the Iberian electricity spot market.