June 2016

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Refining: Refinery investments focus on ultra-low-sulfur gasoline

Mexican oil company Pemex recently announced major refinery improvement projects that will represent a total investment of $23 B over the next three years.

Nogarin, M., Contributing Writer

Mexican oil company Pemex recently announced major refinery improvement projects that will represent a total investment of $23 B over the next three years. Among the projects, the production of ultra-low-sulfur gasoline (ULSG) in the country’s six refineries was highlighted. These projects will encompass a total investment of $3.1 B in pursuit of a combined output of 210 Mbpd, which will reduce gas emissions by more than 90% and significantly lower the emissions of other pollutants to the atmosphere. Additionally, ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD) projects will also be spread across the six refineries with a total investment of $3.9 B for the construction of 19 new plants and the modernization

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