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  1. Saudi Aramco awards Yanbu refinery projects

    By OGJ editors HOUSTON, July 28 -- Saudi Aramco signed contracts with local and international contractors for detailed engineering, procurement, and construction of the planned export refinery project at Yanbu Industrial City in Saudi Arabia’s Western Province. The newly incorporated Red Sea Refining Co. will be responsible for execution and operation of the project. EPC contracts for major process units went to: • Tecnicas Reunidas, Spain: coker. • Saudi Services, Saudi Arabia: high-voltage electrical package. • SK Engineering & Construction Co., South Korea: crude distillation. • Dayim Punj Lloyd, Saudi Arabia: offsite pipelines. • Daelim, South Korea: gasoline and hydrocracker pakages. • Rajeh H. Al-Marri, Saudi Arabia: onsite pipeline relocation. • ENPPI, Egypt: tank farm. Aramco’s project management said several remaining packages will be awarded over the next few months. Earlier this year, management awarded site preparation to Abdulrahman Al-Shalawi, Saudi Arabia. The project will build a grassroots refinery in Yanbu Industrial City on about 5.2 million sq m, said the announcement. The refinery will process 400,000 b/d of Arabian Heavy crude and produce 90,000 b/d of gasoline, 263,000 b/d of ultralow-sulfur diesel, 6,300 tonnes/day of coke, and 1,200 tonnes/day of sulfur. The refinery will use existing Aramco facilities to receive oil and export refined products. It will include refinery process units, utilities and interconnecting piping, associated feedstock and refined product storage, as well as offsite facilities to support refinery operations, according to the company.

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    Wed, 28 Jul 2010

  2. ESSO THAI REFINERY PROJECT , DIVESTITURE OKAYED

    Exxon Corp. has won approval of its proposed $500 million Thai refinery expansion and a related offer to divest 30% of its Thai downstream interests to the Thai government and public. The divestiture involves Esso Standard Thailand (EST), wholly owned subsidiary of Esso Eastern. The move is a break ...

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    Mon, 25 Mar 1991

  3. ‘Design-build’ method useful for refinery project execution

    Refiners can execute many projects at a lower cost and in less time using a “design-build” approach that bypasses the front-end engineering and design (FEED) package.

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    Mon, 12 May 2008

  4. Report updates Iran’s refinery project status

    Iran has announced many refining and upgrading projects to increase the supply of transportation fuels. Many of these projects, however, will not proceed due to lack of funding.

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    Mon, 19 Jan 2009

  1. CNPC, Rosneft advance Tianjin refinery project

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    Mon, 13 Oct 2014

  2. Algeria receives four bids for Tiaret refinery project

    Algeria’s Sonatrach has received bids from four international companies for the contract to perform front-end engineering and design services for the Tiaret refinery project .

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    Mon, 26 Oct 2009

  3. Refiners to see strong returns near-term despite looming capacity buildup

    Overcapacity and associated low margins are an unlikely outcome of 66 announced grassroots refinery projects .

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    Mon, 13 Mar 2006

  4. CAPITAL SQUEEZE SEEN REINING ASIAN REFINING BOOM

    Capital constraints likely mean most of the more than 60 refinery projects planned for the Asia Pacific region won't proceed. That's the consensus among international oil companies and energy consultants that attended a conference on Asian refining in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

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    Mon, 28 Mar 1994

  5. State error delays permitting for Montana refinery project

    The Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is reopening the public comment period for a preliminary decision to approve an air quality permit for Calumet Specialty Products Partners LP’s low-sulfur fuels expansion project at its 10,000-b/d refinery along the Missouri River in Great Falls, Mont., following a notification oversight by the state agency.

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    Fri, 16 May 2014

  6. Brunei approves refinery project

    Brunei has approved plans of privately held PetroBru Sdn. Bhd. for the construction of a 200,000 b/d refinery and storage facility in Pulau Muara Besar.

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    Tue, 23 Sep 2008

  7. PDVSA withdraws from Vietnamese refinery project

    Suddenly reversing an earlier decision, Venezuela’s Petroleos de Venezuela SA withdrew from a project for the construction of a 200,000 b/d refinery at Long Son in Vietnam.

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    Fri, 9 Oct 2009

  8. Costs spiral for Brazil-Venezuela refinery project

    Brazil’s Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras), already under fire from legislators, said the estimated cost of the joint-venture Abreu e Lima refinery project tentatively stands at $12 billion, or nearly three times more than the original estimate of $4.05 billion.

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    Fri, 28 Aug 2009

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