Repsol opens Cartagena refinery expansion

By OGJ editors

Repsol held a ceremonial opening of the expansion of its 110,000 b/d Cartagena refinery in Murcia, Spain, to 220,000 b/d of distillation capacity (OGJ Online, Jan. 7, 2010).

The €3.15-billion project, which Repsol calls the “biggest industrial investment in Spanish history,” includes 50,000 b/d of hydrocracking, 60,000 b/d of coking, and 60,000 b/d of desulfurization capacity.

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