LARGE PETROLEUM TERMINALS EYED FOR INDONESIA, CHINA

Plans are taking shape for big new petroleum terminals in Far East Asia. A multinational group led by Kuo International, Singapore, plans to build a large crude oil storage terminal on Indonesia's Karimun Island at a cost of $281 million. Shell Hong Kong plans with two Chinese partners to construct a refined products terminal at Huizhou, China, at a cost of $131 million. Kuo plans to team up with another Singapore company and several foreign partners, along with Indonesia's Pertamina,

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