January 2007

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: North America

Marathon Oil Corp.'s board of directors has approved an estimated $3.2 billion project to expand the crude oil refining capacity at its Garyville, Louisiana, refinery. This project will increase Garyv..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Marathon Oil Corp.'s board of directors has approved an estimated $3.2 billion project to expand the crude oil refining capacity at its Garyville, Louisiana, refinery. This project will increase Garyville's refining capacity from 245,000 bpd to 425,000 bpd and Marathon's total refining capacity from 974,000 bpd to 1,154,000 bpd. The expansion is subject to obtaining necessary permits from applicable regulatory agencies. In addition to installing a new crude and vacuum distillation unit, expansion plans call for constructing infrastructure and other process units with the following design capacities: a 44,000-bpd delayed coker, a 70,000-bpd heavy gas oil hydrocracker, a 65,000-bpd reformer

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