10 April 2013 23:51 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--Chevron’s refinery crude-input volumes fell by 145,000 bbl/day in the first two months of Q1 2013 compared with Q4 2012, largely because of planned maintenance at its ?xml:namespace>
International refinery crude-input volumes fell 61,000 bbl/day because of increased maintenance at various refineries, the company said.
Upstream, Chevron’s net oil-equivalent production declined 11,000 bbl/day because of increased maintenance at
International net oil-equivalent production declined 21,000 bbl/day because of the timing of cost recovery volumes under various production sharing contracts, as well as weather-related downtime, the company said.
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