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The first article in this three-part series looks at refinery capacity , planned expansions, and projected demand increases ..... exported, mainly to the Asia/Pacific region. The average refinery capacity in the GCC is 182,000 b/d, and its average Nelson
environment as difficult, with demand falling and new refinery capacities coming on stream as well as continuing gasoline-diesel ..... gasoline exports, and there is a great need to reduce refinery capacity to balance product supply with consumer demand. However
North American regions experienced the largest average refinery capacity growth (50% and 26%, respectively) during 1999-2009 ..... catalyst market was estimated by projecting increases in refinery capacities for the different catalytic processes, accounting for
price by the product of refinery capacity and complexity (complexity ..... and with each other. Refinery capacities , complexity indices ..... refinery complexity and refinery capacity were correlated with the ..... equation using complexity and refinery capacity . The coefficients associated
2002, inclusive. • Refinery capacity . • Refinery Nelson Complexity ..... PADD IV in the analysis. Refinery capacities were from Oil & Gas Journal ..... costs were observed. Refinery capacities were in b/cd. The ..... 1,000/year), refinery capacity (b/cd), and refinery
production of fuels and lubes, but to increase crude exports. Refinery capacity remains unused, and refined product exports occur on ..... Mari Republic, Yakutia-Sakha, Vanino). Mini- refinery capacities are 20,000-500,000 tpy. Most of them have only
South American regions experienced the largest average refinery capacity growth (36% and 22%, respectively) during 1995 ..... estimates were developed. Estimate 1 projected increasing refinery capacities registered during 1999-2003 for the different catalyst
Frontier Oil Corp. Tuesday announced plans to boost capacity at its El Dorado, Kan., refinery from 110,000 b/d to 118,000 b/d and increase the plant's coker capacity to 2,200 b/d. The expansion will cost $25.9 million -- $16 million for the crude unit and the remainder for the coker expansion.
Exxon Corp.'s Esso Standard Thailand Ltd. has signed a major refinery expansion agreement with the government of Thailand. The two phase project will increase capacity of Esso Thailand's Sriracha refinery to 185,000 b/d from the current 63,000 b/d. It's one of Exxon's biggest refining projects. ...
remaining under pressure” in this year’s second half from depressed demand and “expected growth in global surplus refinery capacity ,” Caltex Australia announced Dec. 9 it will close its 3,300 b/d lube plant at Kurnell in Sydney. The closing is