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  • 02/15/2009 -- Indonesia outlines plans for new refineries, upgrades
    Indonesia's state-owned PT Pertamina, aiming to reduce fuel imports by boosting domestic supply, plans to construct two new refineries and upgrade an existing facility.
  • 02/13/2009 -- Rockies refiners settle federal air pollution charges
    Two Rocky Mountain refiners agreed to pay more than $141 million to settle federal air pollution charges, the US Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Justice said.
  • 02/13/2009 -- Brazil, Venezuela at impasse over Abreu e Lima refinery
    State-run oil firms Petrobras and PDVSA are still at odds over the planned Abreu e Lima refinery, one of several developments discussed by Paulo Roberto Costa, Petrobras supply and refining director.
  • 02/10/2009 -- Sudan to launch its first ethanol mill in March
    Sudan's state-owned Kenana Sugar Co.'s (KSC) first ethanol mill, built by Brazil's Dedini Industrias de Base, which builds facilities for the sugar and ethanol industries, is set to begin operations at the end of March.
  • 02/10/2009 -- Indonesia wants Shell refinery for share in Natuna-D Alpha
    Royal Dutch Shell could improve its chances of participating in the Natuna D-Alpha Block by transferring its refining operations to Indonesia from Singapore, according to a state official.
  • 02/09/2009 -- South Korean refiners eye profits, reduce closures
    South Korean refiners, eyeing the possibility of increased overseas sales due to improved margins for fuel products, plan to shut down less capacity during the peak maintenance season this year.
  • 02/09/2009 -- US Senate urged to deny higher ethanol blending cap
    A coalition of associations and organizations asked the US Senate on Feb. 6 not to approve a provision in the economic stimulus bill it is debating that would increase the current ethanol blending cap.
  • 02/06/2009 -- Lindsey refinery workers to return to work
    Striking workers at Total UK's Lindsey refinery in Lincolnshire will return to work Feb. 9 after accepting a deal that 102 new jobs would be created, a company spokeswoman told OGJ.
  • 02/05/2009 -- Valero takes CVU offline at Corpus Christi refinery
    Valero Energy took a crude-vacuum unit offline Feb. 3 at its 340,000 b/d Corpus Christi, Tex., refinery for unplanned maintenance following discovery of a leak in the unit, the company reported.
  • 02/05/2009 -- Lindsey refinery workers near job offers victory
    Workers participating in an unofficial strike at Total UK's Lindsey refinery in England have been told there will be 102 jobs made available for British workers if they end their protest about the employment of foreign workers.

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