TNK

TNK is a three letter acronym that may refer to:

  • The Hebrew Bible. See also Tanakh.
  • Tenecteplase (TNK) - an enzyme used as a thrombolytic drug.
  • TNK-BP Ltd. - a Russian oil company.
  • The Japanese animation studio TNK.
  • TNK - a Turkish band.
  • The Beatles song "Tomorrow Never Knows," the final track of The Beatles' 1966 studio album Revolver.

Other articles related to "tnk":

TNK-BP - Operations
... TNK-BP is a vertically integrated oil company with a diversified upstream and downstream portfolio in Russia and Ukraine ... In downstream, TNK-BP controls 675 thousand barrels per day (107.3×10^3 m3/d) in installed refining capacity, with principal refining assets located in Ryazan, Saratov. 1,400 filling stations in Russia and Ukraine working under the BP and TNK brands ...
Alfa Group - Dispute With NoreX and BP
... and in September 1998 Chernogorneft was filed with bankruptcy by the Tyumen Oil Company (TNK) ... TNK gained control over 60% of Chernogorneft's debts, and the debt of US$35 million held by EBRD was reduced to US$9 million by Khanty-Mansijsk arbitration court on 30 July 1999 ... Thereby, TNK controlled 60% of the debt claims, and according to NoreX the Alfa Group took over Chernogorneft's oil sales below market prices ...
TNK-BP - Corporate Disputes
... Robert Dudley stepped down from his role as CEO of TNK-BP and AAR achieved to have their President Mikhail Fridman installed as interim CEO ... influence, BP would be happy to keep its 50% stake as TNK BP represented 24% of BP's production and 19% of total reserves in 2007 ... Some investors had feared BP might lose its interest in TNK-BP with only minimal compensation ...
Access Industries - Holdings - Natural Resources and Chemicals - TNK-BP
... In 1997, Access acquired a stake in the Russian oil company TNK and played a crucial role in transforming TNK into one of the world’s most respected oil companies ... In 2003, half of TNK was sold to British Petroleum (BP) to form TNK-BP, marking the largest-ever foreign investment in a Russian company ...