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Costa Rica's Recope and China's CNPC are jointly considering plans for the construction of a refinery in the Central American country.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC reported last week it has withdrawn from talks with China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (Sinopec) and Kuwait Petroleum Corp. that were to lead to construction of a $9 billion, 300,000-b/d refinery in China’s Guongdong province.
Work on a Malaysian refinery complex, part of the planned Sungai Limau hydrocarbon hub project formerly known as the Yan petroleum industry zone, is expected to start in July.
India's state-owned Oil & Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) has placed on hold plans to build a 7.5 million tonne/year refinery near Barmer to handle crude oil produced in Rajasthan state, citing costs estimated at $1.96 billion.
Anonima Petroli Italiana (API) has chosen Texaco Inc.'s gasification power systems technology for use in a 220,000 kw cogeneration unit to be built in its 63,000 b/cd refinery at Falconara, Italy. It's the third major gasification power project in Italy using Texaco technology disclosed within the
Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) has signed an agreement with Brazilian government and indigenous groups as part of the licensing process to start construction on its planned 300,000-b/d Premium II refinery in the northeastern state of Ceara.
Iraq’s ministry of oil, in an effort to boost the country’s refining capacity, has signed an agreement with Karbala Refinery Corp. Ltd. for the construction of a 200,000 b/d refinery in the Karbala region.
respectively. The Barnett, meanwhile, fell 3 units to 33. PROCESSING — Quick Takes Petrobras advances Ceara refinery plans Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) has signed an agreement with Brazilian government and indigenous groups as part
comments through Aug. 28 at its Colorado River Valley field office in Silt, Colo. PROCESSING — Quick Takes Karbala Refinery plans refinery south of Baghdad Iraq's ministry of oil, in an effort to boost the country's refining capacity, has
contrary to the belief that they made windfall gains. Because in 2007 gasoline demand in Pakistan was declining, the refinery plans to export its products. The refinery would produce 1 million tonnes/year of kerosene, 1.5 million tonnes of