CHINESE DOWNSTREAM PROJECTS MOVE FORWARD

Beijing has approved two more major petrochemical projects in China's southern Guangdong province, China Daily reports. Meanwhile, construction soon will begin on a 57,500 b/d refinery at Shenzhen in Guangdong province. All three projects involve existing or prospective joint ventures with foreign companies. China's government approved a $1.73 billion, 300,000 metric ton/year ethylene plant at Maoming. Completion is scheduled for 1995. China's Petrochemical Industry Bureau (PIB) is

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