WORLDWIDE REFINING CAPACITY AT 75 MILLION B/D LEVEL

12/23/1991
Anne K. Rhodes Refining/Petrochemical Editor The worldwide refining industry strengthened capacity in most major downstream processing categories during 1991. But distillation capacity will remain essentially flat at some 74.9 million b/cd as of Jan. 1, 1992, according to the Journal's most recent refining survey. The Asia/Pacific region, as in so many other areas of industrial and economic activity, did show noteworthy growth of over 4%. For the first time, this issue also contains the refinery-by-refinery survey of the huge U.S. refining industry, which historically has appeared 2 months later in March. Publication in ...
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