PPL means the Petroleum Prospecting License, an exploration tenement granted under the Oil & Gas Act 1997 (PNG).
PPL means PPL Corporation, a company incorporated in Pennsylvania, U.S.A. whose head office is in Two North Ninth Street, Allentown, PA18101, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., registered number 2570936.
PPL means PPL Electric Utilities Corporation (prior to February 14, 2000, PP&L, Inc.). (y)
Examples of PPL in a sentence
The Award shall not be taken into account in determining any benefits under any pension, retirement, profit sharing, disability or group insurance plan of PPL or any Affiliated Company except as may be required by federal tax law and regulation or to meet other applicable legal requirements.
The obligation of PPL to make payment for the Award shall be subject to all applicable laws, rules and regulations, and to such approvals by any government agencies.
In the event PPL becomes a party to a merger, consolidation, sale of substantially all of its assets or any other corporate reorganization in which PPL will not be the surviving corporation or in which the holders of the Common Stock will receive securities of another corporation, then such other corporation shall assume the rights and obligations of PPL under this Retention Agreement.
If the Owner Participant and PPL Montana are unable to agree upon a single Independent Appraiser within a 15-day period, one shall be appointed by the Owner Participant, and one shall be appointed by PPL Montana (or its designee), which Independent Appraisers shall attempt to agree upon the value, period, amount or other determination that is the subject of the appraisal.
In the event of a "change in ownership or effective control" of PPL Corporation, as defined in the Plan, restriction on all Units will immediately lapse and payment of stock shall occur in accordance with the provisions of Paragraph 2.