Indian Oil completes refinery expansion

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Nov. 11
-- Indian Oil Corp. has commissioned the expansion of its Panipat refinery in Haryana, India, to 300,000 b/d from 240,000 b/d.

The state-owned company said its project included capacity revamps of crude and vacuum distillation units, a once-through hydrocracker, and delayed coker and installation of second-stage reactors in a diesel hydrotreater.

The company operates eight refineries in India with total capacity of 1.29 million b/d.

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