25 April 2012 10:29 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Japanese refiner Cosmo Oil has successfully restarted the two crude distillation units (CDUs) at its 220,000 bbl/day ?xml:namespace>
Cosmo resumed production at its 100,000 bbl/day CDU No 1 at the site on 20 April, following a successful restart of its other 120,000 bbl/day CDU No 2 on 30 March, the source said, but declined to indicate operating rates at the refinery.
Scheduled maintenance at CDU No 2 on 19 April this year will be pushed back to 28 June, but the CDU No 1 will be shut as per original timetable on 22 September to 16 November, the company source said.
The company also has a 100,000 bbl/day refinery in
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