Refining Capacities News

Delek boosts nameplate capacity at Texas refinery

Mar 26, 2015 Delek US Holdings Inc. has wrapped an expansion project at its Tyler, Tex., refinery that will increase the plant’s nameplate processing capacity to 75,000 b/d from its previous capacity of 60,000 ...

Survey finds US refiners capable of processing more light, sweet crude

Mar 19, 2015 US refiners have more than enough capacity to process the growing volumes of light, sweet crude oil that will be produced in the next few years, a survey commissioned by the American Fuel & Pet...

All first-phase units in operation at Abreu e Lima refinery, Petrobras says

Mar 19, 2015 Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) has commissioned the first of two 75,000-b/d delayed coking units at its Abreu e Lima refinery (Rnest) at the port of Suape, near Recife, the capital of Brazil’s ...

ADCO lets contract for UAE crude processing plant

Mar 11, 2015 Abu Dhabi Co. for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO), through a subcontractor, has let a contract to Al Hassan Engineering Co. Abu Dhabi LLC to provide work related to increasing crude oil processing ca...

Bangkok refinery due capacity expansion, upgrades

Mar 2, 2015 Bangchak Petroleum Public Co. Ltd. (BCP) is planning to increase crude oil processing capacity at its Bangkok, Thailand, refinery, as part of its goal to boost the plant’s overall efficiency and fu...

RIL lets contract for Jamnagar refinery expansion work

Feb 26, 2015 Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL), Mumbai, has let a contract to Metso Corp., Helsinki, to supply valve technology as part of the Phase 3 expansion project at its 1.24 million-b/d Jamnagar refining an...

Expansion work progresses at Lukoil’s Volgograd refinery

Feb 20, 2015 Contruction activities related to the expansion of OAO Lukoil’s 11 million-tonne/year Volgograd refinery in southern Russia are proceeding as planned, with start-up of units at the plant still on s...

Uganda taps Russian firm to build country’s first refinery

Feb 17, 2015

The government of Uganda has selected a consortium led by Russia’s RT Global Resources, Moscow, as its first choice to construct the country’s first refinery.

Mangalore refinery reports steady operations following expansion

Feb 13, 2015 Operations are proceeding smoothly at Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd.’s (MRPL) refinery in Mangalore, India, following the recent completion of a modernization project designed to incr...

Omsk refinery hits target for Euro 5 diesel output

Feb 12, 2015

JSC Gazprom Neft has switched to the exclusive production of Euro 5-standard diesel fuels at its 21.4 million-tonne/year Omsk refinery in Western Siberia, Russia.

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