KOCH TO CONSTRUCT SOUR CRUDE UNITS AT CORPUS CHRISTI

Koch Refining Co., Wichita, will build a series of heavy, sour crude conversion units at its 125,000 b/cd Corpus Christi refinery. The project will include a coker, a gas oil hydrotreater, and associated support facilities. Construction is expected to require about 2 years. John Ehlen, president of Koch Refining, said the project will enable the refinery to process virtually any low gravity, high sulfur crude in the world and provide flexibility to adjust product yields and quality to meet

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