Morocco to modernize its refineries

Dec 20, 2004 01:00 AM

Moroccan prime minister, Driss Jettou, was accompanied by several members of his government, including Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al-Amoudi, president of the administrative council of SAMIR, to conclude the agreement regarding finalizing the refinery modernization agreement.
The modernization deal is worth in the region of 7 bn Moroccan dirhams.

The aim is to improve the quality of the refined products, in particular, gasoline. This is to reduce pollution and also to improve health and safety conditions in the refineries. There is a fear of a major accident that could inflict severe damage.
Work is expected to last between two and a half and three years.

Source: Al-Bawaba
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