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Turkmen´s Seydi oil refinery adjusted export of high-octane gasoline
23 November 2017 , 16:09Neftegaz.RU807
Since commissioning of the LCh-35-11/1000 catalytic reforming unit at Seydi oil refinery about 100 thousand tons of automobile fuel with high octane rating are made. Installation is intended for receipt of the high-octane component used in production of automobile gasolines, Turkmen´s Nebit Gaz reported on November 22, 2017.
New installation was put into operation at Seydi oil refinery in May of this year. This project is realized by the group of companies WTL (FZE) from the UAE and Westport Trading Europe Limited (USA).
Specialists made replacement of obsolete processing equipment and also equipped installation with the block of a dearomatization of light straight-run gasoline with bringing its quality to the level of extraction gasoline.
Now the automobile gasoline of the A-92 brand and diesel fuel issued on this installation are implemented for export that provides additional inflow of currency means to the state.
Since the beginning of year at the Seydi plant over 485 thousand tons of hydrocarbon raw materials are processed that is nearly 13 % more than the plan. In comparison with the same period of last year at the entity release of main types of products - extraction and straight-run gasolines is increased.
Raw materials for oil processing are the oil and gas condensate arriving from fields to Yashyldepe, Bakharly, Yylakly, Mydar, Soltanbent and also the condensate received by gas managements of the State concern Turkmengas.
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