(redirected from Totalfinaelf)
TFETransferee (IRB)
TFEThin Film Electronics
TFETotalfinaelf (Oil and Gas)
TFETravail de Fin d'Études (Belgium)
TFETask Force Eagle
TFETactical Field Exchange
TFETest for Echo (Rush album)
TFEToronto Futures Exchange (Canada)
TFETask Force Excel
TFEThin Film Evaporator
TfETraining for Employment
TFEThe Factor E (Dutch Internet business)
TFETravail et Formation en Education (French: Labor and Training in Education; journal)
TFETurbo Fan Engine
TFEThermionic Fuel Element
TFETeaming For Excellence (Motorola)
TFETransportation Feasibility Estimator
TFETactical Field Exercise
TFETelos Field Engineering
TFETropopause Fold Event
TFETechnical Feasibility Exploration (service-oriented architecture)
TFETraining Flight Equipment
TFEToo Flipping Easy (polite form)
TFETechnical Fire Expert
TFETools for Education (Pennsylvania)
References in periodicals archive ?
Our efforts with TotalFinaElf will significantly increase our understanding of the impact gasoline has on fuel cells, and, in turn, enable the development of optimized fuels for reformer-based fuel cell vehicles in the near future.
Mr Desmarest's comments followed a 13 per cent rise in fourth quarter profit by TotalFinaElf, slightly below expectations.
TotalFinaElf is still hoping this deal would be revived.
TotalFinaElf manufactures and markets surface protection products under the Forafac and Foraperle brands.
An extranet has been completed as phase one of the project to allow communication between the internal working groups of the TotalFinaElf subsidiaries in the UK that will be contributing to content.
French companies Pechiney and TotalfinaElf have entered the final phase of negotiations for Pechiney to acquire Atofina's flexible packaging subsidiary, Soplaril.
Shell Exploration and Production, TotalFinaElf and Korea National Oil Corp.
Gener, which also operates in Argentina, Colombia, the Dominican Republic and the United States, first agreed to sell a 20% stake to France's TotalFinaElf, which included 80% of its Argentine assets for around US$450 million.
Two other companies, French firm TotalFinaElf and US firm Enron, were considering bids but both have said they are no longer interested.
This project involved 10 subsea wells in three different deepwater fields: Camden Hills, operated by Marathon, in 7,200 feet of water; Aconcagua, operated by TotalFinaElf, in 7,000 feet of water; and Kings Peak, operated by BP, in 6,200-6,400 Feet of water.
The other major retailers are ExxonMobil, TotalFinaElf, Agip and ConocoPhillips.
Conoco and its partner TotalFinaElf have bid for similar projects as well as for a redevelopment of SPC's producing oilfields.