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Processing 2009 P13

  • 06/03/2009 -- Chevron sells fuel marketing business in Haiti
    Medley Capital Ltd. has agreed to buy Chevron Corp.'s fuels marketing business in Haiti for an undisclosed sum.
  • 06/02/2009 -- Brazil remains committed to biofuels despite presalt finds
    Brazil remains committed to developing biofuels despite last year's discovery of giant oil reserves in the presalt area of the Santos basin, according to a government official.
  • 06/02/2009 -- Holly completes link in refinery expansion
    Holly Corp. has completed a third 65-mile pipeline to carry intermediate products between segments of the New Mexico refinery it is expanding and upgrading to handle heavy oil.
  • 05/29/2009 -- Nord Stream station to get large silica-gel plant
    What is being called the world's largest silica-gel natural gas-treatment plant in the world will be installed on the Nord Stream pipeline.
  • 05/28/2009 -- Contract let for refinery control work
    ConocoPhillips let contract to Mustang for modernization of a distributed control system in the Rodeo segment of its 120,000-b/d San Francisco refining complex.
  • 05/27/2009 -- New resid FCC unit in Taiwan due CO boiler
    CTCI Corp., Taipei, has let a contract to subsidiaries of Foster Wheeler AG for supply of a carbon monoxide boiler for a new 80,000-b/d residual FCC unit at CPC Corp.'s Talin refinery in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  • 05/26/2009 -- PetroChina buys into Singapore refiner
    China National Petroleum Corp. subsidiary PetroChina, taking a first-ever step away from its parent company, has agreed to pay $1.02 billion to Keppel Corp. for a minority stake in Singapore Petroleum Co.
  • 05/26/2009 -- Iran to help Uganda construct refinery
    Uganda President Yoweri Museveni, siding with officials of his government against plans by international oil companies, said his country will build a domestic refinery with Iranian assistance.
  • 05/25/2009 -- Gassco briefly closed Kollsnes gas plant
    Gassco AS briefly shut its 143 MMscmd Kollsnes gas processing plant on the Norwegian North Sea coast because of a condensate leak.
  • 05/19/2009 -- China plans host of domestic petrochemical plants
    China, concerned over forecasts of increased competition from Middle Eastern petrochemicals suppliers, reported plans to construct a host of domestic petrochemical plants.

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