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imbalances. IEA forecasts net crude capacity additions of 300,000 b/d ..... OECD Pacific IEA is forecasting crude capacity to increase 284,000 b/d through ..... 3 million b/d of additional crude capacity before yearend 2012 (Fig. 5
Petrochemical Editor Reported world crude capacity increased almost 1 million b ..... 000 b/d increase in global crude capacity , all but 115,000 b/d is accounted ..... new numbers from China, global crude capacity is only about 331,000 b/d
major changes in North American crude capacity , even though seven U.S. refineries ..... 8% in 1993. WESTERN EUROPE Crude capacity in Western Europe is down about ..... capacities in the EEC. ASIA/PACIFIC Crude capacity increased most in the Asia/Pacific
Plains All American Pipeline LP announced its Midcontinent Expansion Project, providing additional takeaway capacity for increased crude production in the Cleveland Sand, Granite Wash, and Colony Wash development areas.
PetroChina Co. plans to raise the crude production capacity at Tarim field in northwestern China's Xinjiang region by 10% to 6 million tones/year in 2002.
40,000-b/d delayed coker at the Petronor refinery at Muskiz near Bilbao, Spain, in a project that expands crude capacity to 240,000 b/d from 220,000 b/d. The company also started up a cogeneration unit that boosts electric-generation
HollyFrontier Corp. will expand crude capacity at its 31,000-b/d refinery at Woods Cross, Utah, to 45,000 b/d with idle equipment from Western Refining Inc.’s
Essar Energy PLC has completed the optimization of its recently expanded Vadinar refinery in Gujarat, India, pushing crude capacity to 405,000 b/d. The privately held Indian company completed an expansion in March that boosted capacity to 375
By OGJ editors HOUSTON, Mar. 21 -- Tesoro Corp. will expand crude capacity of its 58,000-b/d refinery at Mandan, ND, to 68,000 b/d to handle oil from the Bakken shale and elsewhere in the Williston
Refining Group Inc. and its four refineries for $8 billion. Upon closing, Valero would operate 19 refineries with crude capacity totaling 2.7 million b/cd, according to Oil & Gas Journal's latest Worldwide Refining Survey (OGJ, Dec