Chinese Company to Halt Activities at Its Unit in Northern China

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27 Aug 2012 13:47 Helen Clark

CHEMMONITOR.COM – The China-based petroleum company Sinopec Corporation is going to suspend operations at its plant at Tianjin site (northern China).

The reason for a shutdown is a scheduled maintenance, which is predicted to last for over a month. This unit produces roughly 305,000 barrels of crude daily.

The plant’s capacity totals about 7.1% of the company’s whole crude output.

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