Sincor to offer Zuata Sweet crude in 2002

Having completed its Orinoco Belt production facilities in Zuata in February, Sincrudos de Oriente Sincor CA is working to commission its heavy oil upgrader in the Jose industrial complex by the end of this year.The upgrader will transform the 8.5° API extra heavy oil from Orinoco to Zuata Sweet, a light, sweet crude mainly targeted for the US market in February 2002. Click here to enlarge imageFig. 1 shows the location of production and upgrading complexes owned by Sincor. After being mixed with a diluent, production from Sincor's San Diego de Cabrutica field in southern Anzoáteugi state will go to an upgrader in Jose, 200 km miles away.Sincor is an association formed by ...

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