BPCL to shut crude unit at Kochi refinery for 3 weeks from Dec. 1
Updated : October 30, 2018 12:23 PM IST
BPCL last year raised the capacity of the Kochi refinery in southern India by about 63 percent to 310,000 bpd.
As part of the expansion BPCL installed a new crude unit and secondary units including a delayed coker, fluid catalytic cracker, vacuum gasoil hydro-treater, diesel hydro-treater, sulfur Recovery Unit, and hydrogen generation unit (HGU).
Ramachandran said the three-week shutdown will begin around December 1.
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