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India’s Reliance plans maintenance at Jamnagar refining complex

03.10.2014  | 

The maintenance is scheduled to begin on March 20 and last for about 3.5 weeks. Reliance says the work will enable it to carry out necessary modifications to improve the reliability and performance of the unit.

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MUMBAI -- Reliance Industries is planning to shut down one of its four crude distillation units for maintenance and inspection (M&I) activities later this month, the company said on Monday.

The maintenance work is scheduled to begin on March 20 and last for about three-and-a-half weeks.

Reliance says the work will enable it to carry out necessary modifications to improve the reliability and performance of the unit.

This planned shutdown period will also be utilized for catalyst replacement in VGO and the naphtha hydrotreater. The rest of the refinery will continue at normal levels of operations, according to company officials.



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