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  1. Japan's refining industry 'oversupplied,' executive says

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    Fri, 12 Dec 2008

  2. Caltex to reduce stake in Japans refining industry

    Caltex Petroleum Corp., Dallas, last week disclosed it has signed a letter of intent for a billion dollar sale of a share of its ownership in the refining industry of Japan. The agreement involves almost half a billion barrels a day of refining capacity at two plants in Japan, or about 10% of the ...

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    Mon, 11 Dec 1995

  3. Deloitte foresees trouble for refining industry

    Refining margins in the US are likely to shrink in coming years because stricter fuel economy standards and rising mandates for blending ethanol and other biofuels will reduce gasoline demand, Deloitte LLP said in a recent study.

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    Fri, 10 Jul 2009

  4. Deloitte foresees trouble for US refining industry

    Refining margins in the US are likely to shrink in coming years because stricter fuel economy standards and rising mandates for blending ethanol and other biofuels will reduce gasoline demand, Deloitte LLP said in a recent study.

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    Mon, 20 Jul 2009

  5. SPECIAL REPORT: Capacity, complexity expansions characterize China's refining industry past, present, future

    China currently has the world's second largest refining sector behind the US.

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    Mon, 7 Mar 2011

  6. Refining industry to sustain strong margins through 2004

    California refineries, such as Valero Corp.'s Wilmington plant on the facing page, are mandated to use non-MTBE oxygenates starting on Jan. 1, 2004.

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    Mon, 15 Mar 2004

  7. GLOBAL REFINING INDUSTRY PREPARING FOR FUTURE

    Tim W. Martin Stone & Webster Engineering Corp. Houston About 2.1 million b/sd of crude distillation capacity is now under construction or considered likely to be built, more than 80% of which is concentrated in Asia and the Middle East. An overview of global refining centers will illustrate ...

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    Mon, 10 Apr 1995

  8. NPRA: ConocoPhillips CEO Mulva has great expectations for refining industry

    ConocoPhillips "has great expectations for the refining industry , despite the great demands we face this year and in the years to come," company Pres. and CEO James J. Mulva told attendees at the National Petrochemical & Refiners Association's 101st annual meeting here Tuesday.

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    Thu, 27 Mar 2003

  9. Japan's refining industry ripe for mergers, consolidation

    Following deregulation of its downstream petroleum industry, Japan has found itself left with an inefficient, bloated refining and marketing system. In today's climate of mergers and acquisitions, this leaves the country's refiner-marketers ripe for further consolidation, following the recently ...

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    Mon, 21 Dec 1998

  10. BIG INVESTMENTS LIE AHEAD FOR CANADA'S REFINING INDUSTRY

    Patrick Crow Energy Policies Editor Canadian refiners face large investments (27689 bytes) in the next few years to produce an array of cleaner fuels federal and provincial governments will require. The Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment (CCME) is examining how refiners should ...

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    Mon, 29 May 1995

  11. U.S. REFINING INDUSTRY ENTERS RFG ERA WITH AMPLE SUPPLY OF NEW GASOLINE

    Feared supply shortfalls have failed to materialize ahead of the Jan. 1, 1995, deadline for introducing reformulated gasoline (RFG) required in certain areas of the U.S. under federal clean air law. Quite the opposite is the case. Not only are there apparently ample supplies of the new fuel, but ...

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    Mon, 26 Dec 1994

  12. U.S. REFINING INDUSTRY HAS POWERFUL CONFIGURATION

    L. R. Aalund Managing Editor-Technology U.S. refiners have trimmed down to what may be their leanest and strongest processing configuration ever as they face a new set of major technical and economic challenges. They are posed by the Clean Air Act of 1990, which calls for, among other things, ...

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    Mon, 18 Mar 1991

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