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President George W. Bush said Monday the US needs to develop more refining capacity to prevent future product shortages. Bush made the remarks following a meeting with his National Energy Policy Development Group, an interagency task force headed by Vice Pres.-Richard Cheney.
Japan Energy Corp. plans to spend about ¥2 billion at its Mizushima Refinery in Okayama Prefecture to increase capacity to 300,000 b/d and add processing units.
Flint Hills Resources LP plans a $100 million expansion of its Pine Bend refinery in Rosemount, Minn., that will increase the refinery's crude oil processing capacity to 330,000 b/d from 280,000 b/d.
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.
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
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
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. ...
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
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
truck, and barge to deliver oil to refineries, the US Energy Information Administration reported in its recently released Refinery Capacity Report. More than 1 million b/d of oil was received by refineries across the nation by rail, truck, and barge in 2012