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Total signs on for new refining project in China

03.16.2012  | 

Total signed a comprehensive memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Kuwait Petroleum International (KPI) and Petrochemicals Industries Co. (PIC) for the planned development of a 300,000 bpd full-conversion refinery integrated with petrochemicals complex with Sinopec.

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Total signs on for new refining project in China

Total signed a comprehensive memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Kuwait Petroleum International (KPI) and Petrochemicals Industries Co. (PIC), two wholly owned subsidiaries of the Kuwait Petroleum Corp. on March 13. The MOU relates to a targeted participation in the Zhanjiang project in China. This project consists of a planned development of a 300,000 bpd full-conversion refinery integrated with petrochemicals and marketing, in partnership with Sinopec.

The proposed refining and petrochemicals platform will be designed to process Kuwaiti crude as feedstock and to produce high-quality refined and petrochemicals products.

KPC is pleased to expand its cooperation with Total” declares Mr. Farouk Al Zanki, KPC Chief Executive Officer, after the signing of the MOU. “Total, with its long experience in the downstream business in China coupled with know how in refining and petrochemicals operations, will add value to the China project. Moreover, Total’s and KPC’s strategic objectives in Guangdong are highly aligned,” he adds.

“Total is pleased to have been selected by Kuwait Petroleum Corp. as its preferred partner to participate in the project of a top-performing refining and petrochemicals platform with Sinopec in China. This agreement will be the keystone of a long-term relationship with KPC”, declares Mr. Christophe de Margerie, Total Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “The project is in line with our strategy of expanding in growth markets, based on a few highly competitive and integrated platforms,” he adds



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