Plant expected to start operating in late 2013
The joint venture partners behind a new refinery project at Jubail in Saudi Arabia have pushed back the start-up date by more than six months, according to a report by Reuters.
France’s Total and stat energy giant Saudi Aramco had planned to commission the 400,000 barrel a day refinery by March 2013, but have pushed back the start-up to an undisclosed date in “late 2013”, the Canada-headquartered news agency said in a 16 February report.
Aramco holds a 62.5 per cent stake in the project while Total holds the remaining 37.5 per cent.
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