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 1 22 / 7 / 2010  ConocoPhillips
 
 ConocoPhillips Cancels Wilhelmshaven Refinery Upgrade. Due to cancelation of the upgrade project, the company expects to recognize a non-cash asset impairment of approximately $1.1 billion after tax in its second quarter financial results.

Oil - Western Europe
Germany - Refinery - Delay - ConocoPhillips
 
 2 25 / 6 / 2010  Total
 
 SAUDI ARAMCO TOTAL Refining and Petrochemical Company (SATORP; 62.5% owned by Saudi Aramco and 37.5% owned by TOTAL) completes US$8.5 Billion project financing for Jubail Refinery. The full-conversion refinery will maximize production of diesel and jet fuels and will also produce 700,000 metric tons per year (t/y) of paraxylene, 140,000 t/y of benzene and 200,000 t/y of polymer-grade propylene.

Oil - Middle East
Saudi-Arabia - Refinery - Project - Total
 
 3 21 / 6 / 2010  Foster Wheeler
 
 Foster Wheeler Awarded Contracts by SOCAR & TURCAS Rafineri A.S. (STRAS) for its planned grassroots refinery to be built within the Petkim Petrokimya A.S. (PETKIM) facilities at Aliaga, Turkey. The contracts cover overall front-end engineering design for the new refinery and the license and basic design package for the delayed coker, which will use Foster Wheeler's leading SYDECSM delayed coking technology. The planned new facility will have a capacity of 214,000 barrels per stream day (BPSD). Naphtha and fuel oil from the hydrocracking unit will be delivered to PETKIM for petrochemical use.

Oil - Middle East
Turkey - Refinery - Project - Foster Wheeler
 
 4 21 / 4 / 2010  ConocoPhillips
 
 ConocoPhillips Opts Out of Yanbu Refinery Investment. "We ultimately decided this project was not consistent with our current strategy to reduce our downstream footprint. We value and look forward to continuing our relationship with Saudi Aramco."

Oil - Middle East
Saudi-Arabia - Refinery - Project - ConocoPhillips
 
 5 19 / 4 / 2010  PDVSA
 
 PDVSA and CNPC form a joint venture to produce 400 MBD extra heavy crude in Block Junin 4 of the Orinoco Oil Belt, in addition to the construction of an improver in Mapire, Anzoátegui state. In its initial phase it will reach 50 thousand barrels in 2012. PDVSA the majority shareholder with a shareholding of 60% and 40% for CNPC.

Oil - South America
Venezuela - Production - Project - PDVSA
 
 6 15 / 4 / 2010  Total
 
 French National Round Table on the Refining Industry. The Group reiterated its strategy, objectives and commitments to overcome the structural challenges affecting the refining industry in Europe and in France in particular. It will: continue to adjust its refining base in response to shrinking demand in Europe and France (gasoline/diesel fuel imbalance); implement a significant capital expenditure program in Europe for one billion euros per year, half of which will be allocated to France.

Oil - Western Europe
France - Refinery - Policy - Total
 
 7 8 / 4 / 2010  Petroplus
 
 Petroplus Holdings announced that its investment vehicle, PBF Energy Partners, LP, entered into an agreement to acquire the 190,000 barrel per day Delaware City refinery, terminal and pipeline assets plus the 218 MW Power Plant Complex from Valero Energy Corporation. The purchase price consists of $170 million for the idled refinery and related assets and an additional $50 million for the Power Plant Complex.

Oil - North America
United-States - Refinery - Finance - Petroplus
 
 8 1 / 4 / 2010  Shell
 
 Shell to review downstream businesses in 21 countries in Africa. Shell’s fuels, lubricants and refining activities in South Africa are not affected by the review. The company’s exploration and production businesses, liquefied natural gas interests and most international trading activities in Africa are also out of scope.

Oil - Africa
 - Refinery - Policy - Shell
 
 9 28 / 3 / 2010  Shell
 
 Shell agrees sale of New Zealand downstream assets to a consortium of Infratil and the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation. Shell will sell its 17.1% shareholding in the 104,000-barrel per day refinery at Marsden Point and also its network of more than 220 retail stations. Shell will receive a cash payment of NZ$696.5 million together with a working capital adjustment.

Oil - Asia
New-Zealand - Refinery - Finance - Shell
 
 10 16 / 3 / 2010  Shell
 
 Royal Dutch Shell plc updates on strategy to improve performance and grow. Upstream production is expected to reach 3.5 million barrels of oil equivalent per day (mboe/d) in 2012, an increase of 11% from 2009. In addition, the company is assessing over 35 new projects from some 8 billion barrels of oil equivalent resources (boe), which should underpin Upstream growth to 2020. Downstream continues to focus on profitability, with plans to exit 15% of refining capacity and 35% of retail markets, and growth investment to enhance the quality of manufacturing and marketing portfolios.

Oil - International
 - Production - Policy - Shell
 
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