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

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    Mon, 11 Aug 2003

  2. 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

  3. US refining outlook rosier than it seems

    The outlook for US refining isn't as bleak as US demand trends and economic headlines suggest, but it also is unlikely soon to return to that Golden Age of refining 2005-07.

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    Mon, 3 Dec 2012

  4. IHS: Refinery, petchem construction costs flat in second half

    Costs for designing and building refining and petrochemical plants were essentially unchanged from this year’s first quarter to its third quarter, according to the latest edition of the IHS Downstream Capital Costs Index.

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    Thu, 27 Dec 2012

  5. Eni: Global oil demand up 3.4% in 2010; Russia leads producers

    Oil demand during 2010 rose to 87.9 million b/d, up 3.4% from 2009, driven by developing countries' population and per capita income growth and by government subsidies to oil product prices, Eni SPA said in the tenth edition of its World Oil and Gas Review.

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    Mon, 31 Oct 2011

  6. Keystone XL delay serves needs only of obstructionists

    By definition, only one item in a list of bad attributes can be the worst. Much about a setback to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline is bad. So what's the worst?

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    Mon, 21 Nov 2011

  7. IHS: Refinery, petrochemical construction costs flat in second half

    Costs for designing and building refining and petrochemical plants were essentially unchanged from this year's first quarter to its third quarter, according to the latest edition of the IHS Downstream Capital Costs Index.

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    Mon, 7 Jan 2013

  8. Keystone XL delay serves needs only of obstructionists

    By definition, only one item in a list of bad attributes can be the worst. Much about a setback to the proposed Keystone XL pipeline is bad. So what’s the worst?

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    Fri, 11 Nov 2011

  9. Shortage of crudes, not products, to drive Asian refining market

    National oil companies in China and India have continued to expand refining capacities as 2011 begins. Japanese refiners, on the other hand, are heading into a second round of capacity reductions.

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    Mon, 7 Feb 2011

  10. CERA: Refiners face change in liquids supply composition

    The refining industry faces new reconfiguration and investment challenges to avoid shortages of diesel, heating oil, and jet fuel while minimizing the risk of a decline in refining capacity utilization, said officials of the Cambridge Energy Research Associates in Houston Feb. 13.

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    Thu, 14 Feb 2008

  11. CERA: Refiners face change in liquids supply composition

    The refining industry faces new reconfiguration and investment challenges to avoid shortages of diesel, heating oil, and jet fuel while minimizing the risk of a decline in refining capacity utilization, said officials of the Cambridge Energy Research Associates in Houston.

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    Mon, 25 Feb 2008

  12. SPECIAL REPORT: Refined product demand justifies Middle East refinery investments

    Steadily rising refined product demand in the Middle East is inducing significant refinery investments in the region.

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    Mon, 25 Aug 2008

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