WATCHING THE WORLD PACIFIC RIM PROCESSING

With Roger Vielvoye from London Companies planning major investments in refining and petrochemical capacity are facing a nasty hangover from the Middle East war. Prices being quoted for large projects are rising sharply as contractors anticipate a surge of business from reconstruction of the war-torn oil production and processing facilities in Kuwait. First effects of this shift in the marketplace are being felt in the Pacific Rim, where refining and petrochemical plant construction is still on

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