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Processing 2004 P10

  • Thu Feb 19 16:02:00 CST 2004 -- Uruguay's ANCAP commissions new gasoline production complex
    Uruguay's state oil company Administracion Nacional de Combustibles Alcohol y Portland (ANCAP) put on stream in fourth quarter 2003 a gasoline production complex at its La Teja refinery in Montevideo, increasing nominal processing capacity to 50,000 b/d.
  • Tue Feb 17 19:02:00 CST 2004 -- Sasol to expand Secunda polypropylene plant
    Sasol Polymers, Johannesburg, plans to expand its polypropylene facilities in Secunda, South Africa. The new plant, which will have an annual capacity of 300,000 tonnes, will produce homopolymers, random copolymers, and impact copolymers. Startup is expected in 2006.
  • Tue Feb 17 15:02:00 CST 2004 -- Husky Energy plans major ethanol facility at Lloydminster
    Husky Energy Inc., Calgary, reported Monday that it would proceed with the construction of a $90-$95 million ethanol facility adjacent its heavy oil upgrader at Lloydminster, Sask. The 130 million l plant is scheduled to begin operations by yearend 2005. It would be the largest in western Canada, Husky claimed.
  • Mon Feb 16 11:02:00 CST 2004 -- Canada gives Suncor preliminary approval for ethanol facility funding
    Under Canada's Natural Resources Canada ethanol expansion program, the government has given Suncor Energy Products Inc. wholly owned subsidiary of Suncor Energy Inc., Calgary, preliminary approval for a $22 million contribution towards the construction of an ethanol production facility in the Sarnia, Ont. area.
  • Thu Feb 12 16:02:00 CST 2004 -- Report: New propylene production technologies hold great promise
    New process technologies for propylene production show great promise, according to a new report from Nexant Inc., White Plains, NY.
  • Mon Feb 09 11:02:00 CST 2004 -- US CSB continues to call for stronger rules on reactive chemicals
    The US Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board Feb. 5 said it found "unacceptable" that the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration has so far opted not to consider CSB recommendations to broaden reactive chemical rules for the workplace.
  • Mon Feb 09 10:02:00 CST 2004 -- Work on Intrepid's Idaho manure-methane processing plant to start in March
    Dairy manure will be used as feedstock for a natural gas processing plant being planned at Rupert, Ida., the state's first such facility.
  • Fri Feb 06 16:02:00 CST 2004 -- Fourth quarter 2003 US petrochemical production up from 3Q
    US production of a selection of petrochemicals in the fourth quarter of 2003 increased 3% to 52.4 billion lb over production in the third quarter, according to a study released Jan. 29 by the National Petrochemical & Refiners Association.
  • Fri Feb 06 10:02:00 CST 2004 -- Simulation model determines optimal tank farm design
    Foster Wheeler USA recently completed a detailed tankage and hydraulic study for Kuwait National Petroleum Co. which assessed the existing tank farms at three refineries.
  • Fri Jan 30 18:01:00 CST 2004 -- Croatia to upgrade Rijeka refinery automations
    Croatia's national oil and gas company Industrija Nafte Zagreb (INA) plans to modernize its Rijeka refinery to increase production and improve safety and environmental performance.
  • Fri Jan 30 15:01:00 CST 2004 -- Correlation estimates FCC unit sulfuric acid emissions
    A new correlation estimates the amount of sulfuric acid emissions in FCC flue-gas streams based on the amount of SO2 formed in the unit.
  • Thu Jan 29 15:01:00 CST 2004 -- Florida sues to recover environmental clean up costs from defunct refinery
    Florida has sued the former and current owners of the now-defunct St. Marks Refinery Inc. to recover more than $12 million that the state spent to clean up pollution at the refinery site in the state's central panhandle area.
  • Fri Jan 23 09:01:00 CST 2004 -- Increasing Russian crude oil exports changing worldwide trade patterns
    Russian oil products exports will increase in the next few years, but will face major roadblocks due to more-stringent European specifications.
  • Thu Jan 22 17:01:00 CST 2004 -- Saudi Aramco commissions Haradh processing facility
    Saudi Aramco has commissioned a major natural gas and oil processing project at Haradh, Saudi Arabia. The facility consists of a 1.5 bcfd gas processing plant for delivering sales gas to Saudi Arabia's national gas system, a state-of-the-art gas-oil separation plant (GOSP) capable of separating 300,000 b/d of Arabian Light crude oil, and a 130 MMscf gas-gathering system.
  • Tue Jan 20 14:01:00 CST 2004 -- Frontier Oil contains coking unit fire at Cheyenne refinery
    Refinery operator Frontier Oil Corp. reported a fire erupted Monday afternoon at the company's 46,000 b/d refinery at Cheyenne, Wyo.
  • Mon Jan 19 11:01:00 CST 2004 -- US chemical safety board decides against full investigation of Huntsman MTBE plant
    The US Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB) Friday said it would not conduct a full investigation of a recent chemical accident at a 10-year-old petrochemical plant owned by Huntsman Petrochemical Corp. in Port Neches, Tex.
  • Mon Jan 19 00:01:00 CST 2004 -- At $35/bbl, OPEC still frets over price plunge
    US oil futures prices have passed the $35/bbl threshold again, and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries still frets that a price collapse may loom in the second quarter.
  • Fri Jan 16 10:01:00 CST 2004 -- Simulation study compares ethane recovery in turboexpander processes
    A study of five ethane-recovery processes showed significantly higher ethane recovery in turboexpander processes that have a gas-liquid and gas-gas exchanger and use the gas for bottom reboiler duty.
  • Thu Jan 15 11:01:00 CST 2004 -- US officials to investigate MTBE-PO plant fire
    The US Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board Wednesday said it has sent two of its investigators to the site of a Jan. 11 explosion and fire at a Huntsman Petrochemical Corp. plant in Port Neches, Tex., near the Louisiana border.
  • Tue Jan 13 16:01:00 CST 2004 -- Parker Instrumentation wins Basra refinery refurbishment order
    Parker Instrumentation, a division of Parker Hannifin Corp., Barnstaple, UK, has been selected to supply valves and compression tube fittings worth more than $250,000 for upgrading the 140,000 b/d Basra refinery in southern Iraq.

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