24 August 2011 08:42 [Source: ICIS news]
“Our approval has been released today and will be announced to the public very soon,” the source said in Mandarin.
The facility, which costs yuan (CNY) 29.4bn ($460m) to build, will consist of 19 major production units, including a 12m tonne/year crude distillation unit, a 1.6m tonne/year delayed coker, a 2.6m tonne/year residue hydrogenation unit, a 2.4m tonne/year catalytic cracker and a 200,000 tonne/year polypropylene (PP) unit, according to the ministry.
The refinery will process crude oil from
As a result, the company originally scheduled the start-up at the refinery for late 2013, but may postpone it to late 2014 or later, the sources added.
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