Yemen increases daily production at Aden refinery

Jun 28, 2004 02:00 AM

Daily production at the Aden oil refinery increased during the first half of June to 150,000 bpd after operating two units, each with a capacity of 75,000 bpd.
Refinery statistics indicate that potential oil production is 120,000 gallons per hour.

The refinery has produced strategic reserves of 1 mm tons from 16 wells. Refinery technicians said that they have also painted and lit 4 docks.
The Aden port receives foreign and domestic oil freighters, carrying loads as large as 110,000 tons.

Source: Yemen Observer
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