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  • Alimentation Couche-Tard is reported to have pulled out from its proposed $5.6bn takeover of Australian fuel retailer and refiner Caltex Australia, citing economic uncertainties posed by the coronavirus pandemic.The Australian company indicated that it might reconsider the deal once global outlook i...

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  • Stringent travel restrictions worldwide have wiped out the market for fuel transportation and long storage durations have led to the deterioration of products such as gasoline and jet fuel, as well as increased inventory costs for refiners. As a result, refiners across the world have been hit hard a...

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  • Ineos business Inovyn is to participate in a power-to-methanol project in a bid to investigate options for sustainable methanol production at Antwerp, Belgium.As part of a seven-strong consortium, the company will contribute to a joint feasibility study for the production of methanol from captured c...

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  • China is expected to lead Asian refinery hydrocracking unit capacity growth, contributing around 57% of the regions total capacity growth (some 688,000 b/d) by 2024, reports GlobalData.According to the companys latest analysis, Asias hydrocracking unit capacity is expected to increase by 1.2mn b/...

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