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Vitol finishes design of small South Sudan refinery

10.29.2012  | 

With the refinery design complete, Mark Ware, director of corporate affairs, said Vitol is now working with the South Sudan government to review the next phases of implementation for the project.

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By JENNY GROSS

LONDON -- Vitol S.A. said Monday the company has completed the basic design of a small refinery project in South Sudan.

Mark Ware, director of corporate affairs, said Vitol is now working with the government to review the next phases of implementation.

Sudan and South Sudan last month signed a number of deals that pave the way for the resumption of South Sudan's 350,000 bpd oil shipments through Sudan.


Dow Jones Newswires



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