NEW HF ALKY UNIT KEY TO NAVAJO'S $50-MILLION REFINERY EXPANSION

Navajo Refining Co., a subsidiary of Holly Corp., Dallas, started up a $50 million capacity expansion at its Artesia, N.M., refinery in first quarter 1992. The project produced a 50% increase in the refinery's overall finished-product capacity. As part of the expansion, Navajo made a major step toward meeting market-growth demand for unleaded gasoline in the Southwest U.S. by starting up a 6,500 b/sd hydrofluoric acid (HF) alkylation unit. Designed and installed under license from

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