MOU


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MOU

(Minutes Of Usage) A metric used to compute billing and/or statistics for telephone calls or other network use.
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The current MOU extends the scope of services and has been converted to a joint MOU through the inclusion of Mitsubishi Corporation as a signatory.
Officials signed the MOU after a tour of Swedish biomethane facilities by a delegation of California business and government leaders.
The parties to the MOU believe that the product developed using Grant's technology can distinguish these cancer-causing proteins from those made by non-cancer-causing HPV-types.
Mian Shahbaz Sharif, Chief Minister of Punjab stated that the MOU would strengthen the corporation amid Punjab Government and Turkey and generate new panorama of collaboration and teamwork.
This MOU provides the commercial basis for CNL to move forward with the appraisal of Kumisi and, based on this, CNL plans to spud a well on Kumisi between May and December of this year.
The MOU is non-binding and is subject to due diligence and financing.
The MOU contemplates a transaction, which includes:
Our MOU with the Chinese Academy of Forestry and the Shanghai School of Construction are the first of their kind, where Canfor, along with its partner MiTek Asia, a significant supplier of fasteners and software for truss manufacturing, will provide the expertise to train trades people to work with wood.
Subject to the fulfillment of certain conditions set forth in the MOU, Seidel will become the President and CEO of UGSI and a member of the Board of Directors.
Syntroleum signed a MOU with the Government of Papua New Guinea to examine the development of a 50,000 barrels per day GTL plant as part of an industrial complex dedicated to gas-based industries near the capital city of Port Moresby.
completing said proposed financing or proceeding with the Option under the MOU.