National Workshop on Hydroprocessing in Petroleum Refining Industry

April 2000
Chemical Business;Apr2000, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p43
Trade Publication
Presents information on the National Workshop on Hydroprocessing in Petroleum Refining Industry at the Indian Oil Institute of Petroleum Management near Delhi, India on January 21-22, 2000. Topics discussed; Speakers; Attendees.


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