(EnergyAsia, April 20) — China’s far western Xinjiang region has received approval to expand an existing six-million-ton/year oil refinery into a large integrated refinery-petrochemical complex at a cost of 27.2 billion yuan. (US$1=8.27 yuan). The new complex in Dushanzi will comprise a 10-million-ton/year oil refinery and a 1.2 million-ton/year ethylene plant when it comes onstream…

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