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- Prequalifiers sought for Rabigh captive power. // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;10/15/2004, Vol. 48 Issue 42, p23
Reports on the prequalifications for a captive independent water, steam and power project included on the proposed integrated refinery and petrochemicals complex in Rabigh, Saudi Arabia. Joint sponsors of the project; Information on the captive power project; Financial adviser for the project.
- Saudi shift. Jagger, Anna // ICIS Chemical Business;5/24/2010, Vol. 277 Issue 18, p33
The article focuses on the decision of Dow Chemical Co. and Saudi Arabian Oil Co. to relocate its planned joint venture of petrochemical projects from Ras Tanura to Al-Jubail in Saudi Arabia. It states that the original project would have been integrated with Aramco's existing refinery based on...
- Poland Mulls Lukoil's Bid for Gdansk Refinery. // Chemical Market Reporter;9/9/2002, Vol. 262 Issue 8, p5
Reports on the Polish government's expected decision on whether to allow Russian oil group Lukoil to take control of the Gdansk refinery through a joint venture with Rotch Energy of Great Britain. Chance for Lukoil to enter Poland's petrochemical market; Approval of the joint venture's bid by...
- Bharat Oman to setup petrochemical unit at Bina. // Popular Plastics & Packaging;May2008, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p54
The article reports on a petrochemical plant that will be constructed by Bharat Oman Refinery Ltd. (BORL), a joint venture between Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd. (BPCL) and Oman Oil Co. The facility will be constructed near the upcoming crude oil refinery of the company at Bina, Madhya Pradesh,...
- Dow and Shell to join Sinopec-KPC Venture in China. Alperowicz, Natasha // Chemical Week;8/15/2007, Vol. 169 Issue 27, p18
This article reports on the revival of a refining and petrochemical joint venture between China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) and Kuwait Petroleum Corp. (KPC) at Nansha in Guangdong Province, China. According to Chinese officials, Dow Chemical and Shell are in talks to joint the...
- ExxonMobil Out of China Refinery-Petchems JV. Alperowicz, Natasha // Chemical Week;11/26/2003, Vol. 165 Issue 43, p21
Reports on the decision of ExxonMobil to pull out of negotiations on a proposed refinery and petrochemical joint venture project planned by Fuijan Petrochemical Co. at Hui An, China. Reason behind the move; Reaction of the partners to the decision of ExxonMobil; Details of the project.
- Delays or Cancellations May Emerge in Saudi Petrochemicals Projects. // Chemical Market Reporter;5/13/2002, Vol. 261 Issue 19, p6
Reports on a possible delay in the construction of petrochemical complexes in Saudi Arabia due to difficulties in the negotiations between Saudi Arabia and Western oil companies, as of May 2002. Background on the problems in the negotiations related to petrochemical projects in Saudi Arabia;...
- Petroleum Sector Stays a Crude Business. Moore, Samuel K. // Chemical Week;3/15/2000, Vol. 162 Issue 11, p41
Offers a look at the refinery and petrochemical catalyst business in the United States for 2000. Brief review of the industry's activity for 1999; How catalyst companies have responded to refinery margin pressure and the outsourcing demands of the customers; Comments from James Martin, group...
- China limits petrochemical, refining expansions. // Chemical Business;Aug97, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p60
States that China is setting limits on petrochemical plant and oil refinery building for the remaining years of the 20th century. Details on this limitation set by China.