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Synonyms for refinery

something that purifies or cleans

Words related to refinery

an industrial plant for purifying a crude substance

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The refineries will contribute to converting nearly 500,000 b/d of gas condensate to products of high economic value.
The Seidi plant was the first among CIS oil refineries to introduce a condensate processing technology as part of a unit for primary distillation.
And there are dozens of other similar plants near urban areas--from refineries to chemical factories to water-treatment facilities--where, to this day, in a worst-case scenario, hundreds of thousands of Americans could be killed or injured.
It may be pointed out that the officially-conducted studies for the Sixth and Seventh Plans had favoured expansion in the capacity of the existing refineries in Karachi specially the National Refinery in the public sector.
Plan your future investments in complex refineries by identifying future projects and active terminal expansions.
Six refineries control about 90 percent of the state's fuel supply, he said.
SHANGHAI -- On November 23th-25th, CBI China will hold the Shandong Teapot Refineries Cruise, also known as the 7th annual celebration of Fuel oil and Refined oil Conference, in Qingdao, Shandong.
The 2001-2006 "land grab" is over, and companies that spent billions to buy refineries may soon be more active as sellers than buyers.
Complex refineries have a greater ability to process heavy, high sulfur feedstocks, which tend to be inexpensive relative to other crude oils.
Petroplus focuses on refining and currently owns and operates three refineries across Europe: the Cressier refinery in the canton of Neuchatel, Switzerland, the Teesside refinery in Teesside, United Kingdom and the Belgium Refining Company ("BRC") refinery in Antwerp, Belgium.
Giant owns and operates one Virginia and two New Mexico crude oil refineries, a crude oil gathering pipeline system based in Farmington, New Mexico, which services the New Mexico refineries, finished products distribution terminals in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Flagstaff, Arizona, a fleet of crude oil and finished product truck transports, and a chain of retail service station/convenience stores in New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona.
refining margins, CITGO's competitive position as the owner of three heavy-conversion capacity refineries, and record-high market valuations for refining assets, which enhances CITGO's secured facilities.
Capricorn is highly regarded in the biofuels community having successfully designed operating refineries in over 30 countries throughout Europe and the Americas.
Accelerates commercialization of biofuel production and processing at refineries worldwide
Tesoro operates six refineries in the western United States with a combined crude oil capacity of more than 560,000 barrels per day.