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  • #2750

    basil parmesan
    Participant

    <Link to Cosmo News Release on Sakai Coker Completion @
    http://www.cosmo-oil.co.jp/eng/press/100218/index.html >
     
     

    February 18, 2010

    Cosmo Oil Co., Ltd.

    Public Relations Office

    Completion ceremony for Coker Unit

    Cosmo Oil Co., Ltd. (Head office: 1-1-1, Shibaura, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Paid-up capital 107.2 Billion Yen, President Yaichi Kimura) hereby announces completion of the Delayed Coker Unit and a celebration for the completion of the unit was held at Sakai Refinery, today.
    This Delayed Coker Unit significantly expands our cracking capability to cope with structural demand change of petroleum product in Japan, such as steep demand decline of residual fuel. With this new unit, we further move forward for stable supply security of petroleum product in Japan.

    Tape cutting at the completion ceremony

    Date
    Thursday, 18 February 2010

    Venue
    Sakai Refinery
    3-16, Chikukoshin-machi, Nishi-Ku, Sakai, OSAKA

    Attendee
    Chairman (Keiichiro Okabe)?President (Yaichi Kimura), etc.

    Unit on stream
    April, 2010

    Throughput

    Heavy Oil Cracking Unit(Delayed Coker)
    25,000BBL/Day

    Resolved Gasoil Distillate Hydrodesulfurisation Unit
    25,000BBL/Day

    Naphtha Hydrodesulfurisation Unit:
    17,000BBL/Day

    Annual production

    Naphtha
    250,000KL/Year

    Jet A-1
    700,000KL/Year

    Gasoil
    350,000KL/Year

    Petroleum-Coke
    400,000MT/Year

  • #5744

    Charles Randall
    Participant

    Here was the Cosmo Sakai Refinery News Release confirming the Feb 18, 2010 Sakai Coker completion of 2 drum unit.
    There was a partial coking unit picture that did not post but use the link posted to view.
     
    This was one of 3 Asian coking unit additions that I was trying confirm (see posting on Refining News section Feb 2010)
     
    Regards

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