(EnergyAsia, April 26, Thursday) — South Korea’s GS Caltex plans to start up a new 70,000 b/d diesel hydrodesulphurisation plant in the southern port of Yosu by early 2009. The 335-billion-won investment will enable the country’s second largest refiner to boost its hydrodesulfurisation capacity to 260,000 b/d. (US$1 = 930 won). GS Caltex, an equal…

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