25 April 2008 10:25 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS news)--Singapore Refining Company (SRC) has shut down a hydrocracker and a naphtha reformer at its 285,000 bbl/day Pulau Merlimau refinery for planned maintenance that will last until mid-May, an industry source said on Friday.?xml:namespace>
The No 2 hydrocracker with a capacity of approximately 14,000 bbl/day and the continuous catalytic reformer with a capacity of 14,500 bbl/day were shut down on 17 April for approximately one month of planned maintenance, the source added.
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