China's oil-refining capacity to grow by 30 million tons

16:34, March 24, 2010      

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Based on the 30 million tons added to the oil-refining capacity last year, China's petroleum sector will add an additional 30 million-ton oil refining capacity in 2010, reporters learned from the 15th China International LPG Seminar currently underway in Qingdao.

According to industry experts, China National Offshore Oil Corporation, Sinopec and China National Petroleum Corporation completed the construction of oil-refining facilities in Huizhou, Guangdong province, Fujian province and Dushanzi, Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region in 2009. This increased the oil refining capacity by 30 million tons.

This year, China National Petroleum Corporation will put into operation a facility with an annual oil refining capacity of 10 million tons in Qinzhou, Guangxi. With other facilities scheduled to be put into use very soon, China's oil refining capacity will grow by an additional 30 million tons in 2010.

By People's Daily Online
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