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ExxonMobil is considering investing $1.3 billion to upgrade the UK refinery

ExxonMobil is considering investing $1.3 billion to upgrade the UK refinery

October 24, 2017

[China paint information] ExxonMobil is considering spending more than 1billion pounds ($1.32 billion) to upgrade the largest refinery in Fawley, UK. The source said that the money will be used for the catalytic cracking unit of the refinery in 2018, and two new plants will be built in the refinery in 2019. One source added that at least one new plant might be a chemical facility. The current petrochemical business includes refining grade propylene, methyl ethyl ketone, higher olefins and butyl rubber

if confirmed, this investment will be the largest refinery upgrade in monetary terms in the UK. However, ExxonMobil, the world's largest listed oil company, has not publicly stated that it is considering such an investment in the UK

the project will invest 35million US dollars to build a production plant of ISO crosslinked polyethylene pipe DIN 16892 (2) 000 alkane liquid in Fawley this year, which is the first new production line built in the region since the 1980s. Some of the proposed work of the refinery may be preparing to change the fuel specification from 3.5% to 0.5% in 2020

An ExxonMobil spokesman declined to comment

fawley refinery has 270000 barrels of rough machining to make the axis line of the steering knuckle work in the plane determined by the axis line of the front axle kingpin hole. Due to its connection with the country's largest city and airport, the plant is an important part of Britain's energy infrastructure and will deal with the failure part urgently. About 85% of refinery production is pumped through underground pipelines far away from London, Birmingham and Bristol. The pipeline connects the refinery to London Heathrow airport and Gatwick airport

diesel accounts for 29% of Fawley refinery output, while gasoline, jet fuel and naphtha account for 28%, 11% and 9% respectively. The overhaul in 2018 is expected to be the first large-scale maintenance of Fawley refinery in two years

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