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Gary Williams & TKI Ally on Wynnewood Sulfur Processing

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    Gary-Williams Energy Corporation and Tessenderlo Kerley Inc. Ally to Increase and Manage Sulfur Processing Capability at Wynnewood Refinery

    PHOENIX–(BUSINESS WIRE) 3/17/11Tessenderlo Kerley, Inc, (TKI) and Gary-Williams Energy Corporation (GWEC) and their Wynnewood Refining Company (WRC), Oklahoma, announced today they have entered into a long-term agreement to expand the refinerys sulfur processing capability.
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    We believe TKIs proven expertise in providing reliable sulfur processing plant performance, coupled with expansion of our sulfur processing capacity, will significantly enhance our environmental programs.[/blockquote]
    According to Ken Gagon, TKIs Group Vice-President of Operations and Technical services, TKI will design, construct, own and operate the new sulfur processing plant and manage GWEC/WRCs existing sulfur processing assets. The new sulfur processing plant will produce ammonium thiosulfate (Thio-Sul) for TKIs markets.
    Jordan Burns, CEO of TKI, stated, We welcome the opportunity to form a long-term relationship which provides efficient and reliable sulfur processing for GWEC/WRC and will allow us to expand our supply efforts in meeting the demand for sulfur-based nutrient solutions. Wynnewood will join a number of selected refinery locations in North America where TKI and the refineries enjoy a long association of meeting the goals of both organizations.
    Ron Williams, President and CEO of GWEC said, We believe TKIs proven expertise in providing reliable sulfur processing plant performance, coupled with expansion of our sulfur processing capacity, will significantly enhance our environmental programs.

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