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India's refining capacity will continue to grow

with the demand for diesel and gasoline reaching 82million tons/year and 23million tons/year respectively, as the world's fourth largest oil consumer, India will strive to achieve energy independence by 2030. At present, 25 refineries in India can process 215million tons of crude oil per year. As Indian state-owned refiners and private 4. Lube oil analysis refiners plan to implement a series of new and expanded refining projects, it is expected that India's refining capacity will increase by 24% to 265 million tons/year in 2016

at present, the National Petroleum Corporation of India will further improve this kind of composite materials division (IOCL) and is building a 15million ton/year ADIP refinery with "necking" phenomenon in par. The project, located in Orissa, India, is dedicated to processing heavy crude oil

IOCL said that if approved by the government, it would invest US $1.6 billion to expand its capacity by destroying the Mathura refinery in Uttar Pradesh, from 5million tons per year to 11million tons per year. In addition, IOCL entrusted engineersindia (EIL) to study the site selection and scheme of the 15million ton/year refinery. Chennaipetroleum, a subsidiary of IOCL, plans to invest US $800million to expand its Manali refinery from 9.5 million tons per year to 15 million tons per year. The capacity expansion project includes the construction of a 2.2 million ton/year coking unit and a sulfur recovery unit. By 2017, the refinery will be able to process high sulfur crude oil

Hindustan oil company (HPCL) and Rajasthan government are building a 9million ton/year refinery. The project is located in Balmer, with an investment of 7.5 billion US dollars. It is expected to be completed in 2016 to process heavy crude oil from Balmer oilfield

BPCL is carrying out the expansion and upgrading project of Kochi refinery, and the refining capacity has increased from 9.5 million tons/year to 15.5 million tons/year. The upgrading project is used to produce fuels that meet Euro III and Euro IV standards. The petrochemical plant jointly invested with South Korean LGChem company will be built adjacent to the refinery, and the propylene production will increase significantly

nacazuna oil company (NOCl) is building a refinery in Lok, Qatar to produce fuels that meet Euro III and Euro IV standards. The first phase of the project is expected to be completed in 2014, with a refining capacity of 6million tons/year. The second phase of the project will be completed in 2016, and the oil refining capacity will increase to 15million tons/year

Mangalore refining and Petrochemical Company (mrpl) plans to invest US $2.5 billion to expand its Mangalore refinery and build a new polypropylene unit. The refining capacity will increase from 15million tons/year to 18million tons/year, and it is expected to be completed in 2017

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