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Russia’s Stroytransgaz Oilis in negotiations with the Petroleum & Mineral Resources Ministry and the Syrian Investment Office (SIO) for an estimated $2,000 million integrated refinery and petrochemical complex at Deir al-Zor, in the northeast. Sources at the ministry say the complex is in addition to the government’s plans to build a refinery at Deir al-Zor with capacity of 140,000 barrels a day. Senior SIO officials told MEED in late October that Stroytransgaz was working on the project with the ministry in co-ordination with the SIO. The plan will then be submitted to the Supreme Council for a final decision.