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the estimated cost of the joint-venture Abreu e Lima refinery project tentatively stands at $12 billion, or nearly three times ..... Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA). Site work at the refinery project , which started last year, is near completion, the company
received an official approval letter from the Brunei government to proceed with further works towards realization of the oil refinery project ," said Datuk Sufri Mohd Zin, executive chairman of Malaysia's TRC Energy Sdn. Bhd. "We will now proceed with the
the Chinese coastal city of Tianjin. The Sino-Russian refinery project has the firm support of the Tianjin city government. It ..... chemical area, could be completed by 2012. The idea for the refinery project received new life after Russia last month agreed to supply
will likely push back the scheduled commissioning date. Essar has been working diligently to acquire a partner for its refinery project . Its first two choices, Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. (BPCL) and IOC, declined the opportunity, but Oman Oil Corp
Venezuela’s state-owned Petroleos de Venezuela SA and Italy's Eni SPA have agreed to invest $17 billion in two separate joint venture projects aimed at producing and refining from the Latin American nation's Orinoco belt.
Venezuela's state-owned Petroleos de Venezuela SA and Italy's Eni SPA have agreed to invest $17 billion in two separate joint venture projects aimed at producing and refining from the Latin American nation's Orinoco belt.
India's Bharat Petroleum Corp. (BPCL) and its joint venture partner Royal Dutch/Shell Group have selected a site in Uttar Pradesh, India, for a proposed $200 million, 140,000 b/d grassroots refinery. The project site is 45 km southeast of Allahabad and will incorporate crude oil import facilities,
China has approved the construction of two oil refineries on China's East Coast, costing more than $3 billion total, that will help the country meet an expected 10-15% increase in demand for petroleum products by 2007.
Venezuela's Petroleos de Venezuela SA (Pdvsa) has earmarked almost $3.2 billion to upgrade and expand its two biggest refineries. The plants, operated by Pdvsa units Maraven SA at Cardon and Lagoven SA at Amuay, have a combined throughput capacity of 950,000 b/d. Both are on the Paraguana Peninsula
Foster Wheeler AG said Refineria de Cartagena SA (Reficar) has accepted the offer by a joint venture of Foster Wheeler USA Corp. and Process Consultants Inc. to serve as consultant for the expansion of the Cartagena refinery.