EXPANDED MONGSTAD REFINERY HAS MAJOR EXPORT ROLE

Leo R. Aalund Managing Editor-Technology Lost in the controversy over project cost overruns during the late 1980's was the fact that Statoil, Norway's state-owned oil company, was turning its rather ordinary Mongstad plant into one of Europe's most modern refineries. The expansion and revamp project was completed and put on stream during the last half of 1989. The modernized refinery's output of top quality products has implications for markets not only throughout Scandinavia

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