CTU definition

CTU or “Central Transmission Utility” shall mean the Government Company notified by the Central Government under Sub-Section (1) of Section 38 of the Electricity Act, 2003.
CTU means the Chandigarh Transport Undertaking Chandigarh as is relevant in the context.

Examples of CTU in a sentence

  • In the event of a disagreement between the employee's doctor and the doctor selected by the Diocese, the employee will be examined by a third doctor mutually selected by the Diocese and the CTU, with the cost being shared equally between them.

  • This doctor's determination shall be final and accepted by the Diocese, CTU and the employee.

  • The job involves pumping of water to replace drilling fluid or work-over fluid or vice versa using FPU, CTU.

  • Shall be Engineering Diploma holder with sound health, must have minimum of 15 years of work experience in E&P business out of which 05 years experience in well servicing operation with CTU, NPU, FPU with heating facility.

  • Monitoring & performance evaluation and generation of reportse) Acidization job executionThe job involves the following basic procedural steps, but the operational steps may vary case to case depending upon the programs for individual wells:•Tubing Integrity test•Acid pickling•Well bore clean out•Acid Preflush•Low strength main acid•High strength main acid•Over flushFoam diverter with CTU, NPU.The requirements will be intimated based on well characteristics during job execution.


More Definitions of CTU

CTU or “Central Transmission Utility” shall mean the utility notified by the Central Government under Section-38 of the Electricity Act, 2003;
CTU means the utility notified by the Central Government under Section-38 of the Electricity Xxx 0000;
CTU or “Central Transmission Utility” shall have same meaning as defined in the Xxxxxxxxxxx Xxx, 0000;