CPC refinery to add resid desulfurization

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Jan. 19 -- Chinese Petroleum Corp. (CPC) will use Chevron Lummus Global (CLG) technology for a resid desulfurization unit at its 200,000 b/cd Taoyuan refinery in Taiwan.

The 70,000 b/sd plant, for which basic design is complete, is scheduled to come on stream in 2010.

CPC's 300,000 b/cd Talin refinery in Kaouhsiung has two CLG resid desulfurization units in operation.

CLG is a 50-50 joint venture of Chevron USA Inc. and ABB Lummus Global.

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