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  1. Total to increase Normandy refinery's conversion capacity

    By OGJ editors HOUSTON, Feb. 20 -- Total SA reported Thursday that it will conduct a 500 million euro upgrade of its Normandy refinery near Le Havre. New facilities will include a steam methane reformer and a 2.4 million-tonne/year distillate hydrocracker that will enable the refinery to significantly reduce its output of heavy fuel oil, converting heavy fractions of petroleum into low-sulfur distillates.

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    Fri, 20 Feb 2004

  2. Worldwide Refining OGJ SPECIAL Asia/Pacific refineries spark growth in conversion capacity

    Anne K. Rhodes Refining/Petrochemical Editor Fluid catalytic cracking showed the greatest worldwide capacity increase among refining processes downstream of the crude unit. Shown here is Marathon Oil Co.s 32,000 b/d FCC unit at Texas City, Tex.

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    Mon, 18 Dec 1995

  3. a New regs require lower bunker fuel sulfur levels

    Recently ratified International Marine Organization regulations that call for a decrease in the sulfur level of marine bunker fuels may cause refiners to invest in more desulfurization and conversion capacity .

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    Mon, 24 Nov 2008

  4. JAPANESE FIRMS TO HIKE DEEP CONVERSION

    Japanese refiners are scrambling to expand their deep conversion capacity to accommodate growing demand for gasoline, kerosine, and gas oil. Several cash rich Japanese refiners have earmarked outlays approaching $2 billion for fluid catalytic cracking units and related equipment to desulfurize and ...

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    Mon, 13 Apr 1992

  1. BONNER & MOORE SEES GAIN IN U.S. DELAYED COKING CAPACITY

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    Mon, 27 Dec 1993

  2. US refiners continue consolidation, restructuring efforts

    Our previous installment on US refining industry concentration examined how frenzied mergers, acquisitions, other partnerships, and shutdowns that occurred from 1995 to 2005 consolidated the industry.

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    Mon, 3 Aug 2015

  3. E&P capital spending to rebound in North America

    Oil and gas industry capital spending in the US will increase 5.2% in 2014 to $338 billion, according to Oil & Gas Journal's annual spending report. Capital expenditures also will climb in Canada this year, up 2.4% to $80 billion (Can.).

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    Mon, 3 Mar 2014

  4. NEB projects strong growth in Canadian oil and gas output

    Canadian production of crude oil will increase by 60% and production of natural gas by 32% during 2013-35 if markets take the supply and transportation capacity develops as needed, predicts the National Energy Board.

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    Mon, 2 Dec 2013

  5. Averting a bottleneck

    A US ban on the export of crude oil is obsolete and should be easy to rescind. It won't be. But tough politics shouldn't discourage the oil and gas industry from pressing the issue.

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    Mon, 11 Nov 2013

  6. NEB projects strong growth in Canadian oil and gas output

    Canadian production of crude oil will increase by 60% and of natural gas by 32% during 2013-35 if markets take the supply and transportation capacity develops as needed, predicts the National Energy Board.

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    Fri, 22 Nov 2013

  7. Refiners' future survival hinges on adapting to changing feedstocks, product specs

    The world's refiners face a future of ever-changing feedstocks and increasingly stringent product specifications.

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    Mon, 11 Aug 2003

  8. The heavy-oil niche

    Extra-heavy oil is forming subtle intrigue out of the commercial and political practicalities that shape its destiny.

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    Mon, 19 Nov 2012

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