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Processing 2012 P6

  • 09/18/2012 -- Caballo Energy to build cryo processing plant in Oklahoma
    Caballo Energy LLC will build a new cryogenic gas processing plant to handle expanding natural gas production in the liquids-rich Mississippi lime and Cana Woodford shale plays.
  • 09/17/2012 -- Pemex adopts Bechtel coking technology for new refinery
    Mexico’s Pemex Refinancion has signed a licensing agreement with Bechtel Hydrocarbon Technology Solutions Inc., Houston, for process design of a delayed-coking unit for the new Tula refinery in Hidalgo, Mexico.
  • 09/12/2012 -- Chinese petrochem firm picks UOP processes
    Heilongjiang Anruijia Petrochemical Co. has selected technologies of UOP LLC for production of isobutylene and normal butane in Heilongjiang Province, China.
  • 09/11/2012 -- Dutch refiner lets contract for Zeeland refinery
    Dutch refiner Zeeland Refinery NV has awarded an engineering, procurement, and construction contract to a unit of Foster Wheeler AG’s Global Engineering and Construction Group to upgrade the distillate hydrocracker at the Zeeland refinery at Vlissingen, the Netherlands.
  • 09/11/2012 -- Keyera to add de-ethanizer at Fort Saskatchewan
    Keyera Corp., Calgary, will build a 30,000 b/d de-ethanizer at its natural gas liquids fractionation and storage location in Fort Saskatchewan, Alta.
  • 09/11/2012 -- Enterprise starts up second 300-MMcfd train at Eagle Ford plant
    Enterprise Products Partners LP has started up a second 300-MMcfd train at the partnership’s Yoakum cryogenic natural gas processing plant in Lavaca County, Tex.
  • 09/10/2012 -- Transneft, Rosneft to build ESPO branch supplying Komsomolsk refinery
    Rosneft and Transneft agreed to jointly build a branch off the Eastern Siberia–Pacific Ocean (ESPO) crude oil pipeline linking it to Rosneft’s Komsomolsk-on-Amur refinery. The branch will have a capacity of 8 million tonnes/year.
  • 09/07/2012 -- Egyptian company to build Iowa fertilizer plant
    Orascom Construction Industries (OCI) of Cairo plans to build a fertilizer plant in southeastern Iowa for wholly owned subsidiary Iowa Fertilizer Co. Construction is expected to be completed during 2015. The plant will cost an estimated $1.4 billion.
  • 09/06/2012 -- Power restored to Phillips 66 Belle Chasse, La., refinery
    Phillips 66 reported power was restored to the 247,000 b/d Alliance refinery in Belle Chasse, La., and refinery workers prepared for a restart later this month following flooding to parts of the refinery during Hurricane Isaac, which made its first landfall on Aug. 28 in Plaquemines Parish, La.
  • 09/05/2012 -- Contract awarded for MEG plant in Qatar
    Shell Global Solutions International BV has let a contract to a subsidiary of Foster Wheeler’s Global Engineering and Construction Group to develop the basic engineering package for a monoethylene glycol plant at Ras Laffan, Qatar (OGJ Online, Dec. 21, 2010).

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