Luanda refinery production increases

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Wednesday, 25 April 2012

About 60,000 barrels of crude oil are processed daily in the current and Luanda Refinery , which contributes greatly to the increase in supply to the internal market and the consequent reduction of fuel imports.

According to an official Refinery Luanda rate achieved herein is equivalent to 92.3% of its nominal processing capacity is 65,000 bbl / day and reflects the recovery of production indices in the first quarter of about 39 000 barrels / day.

Note that the current level of production recorded reflects an increase of about 60 percent compared to 37,500 barrels / day processed when the purchase of the Total refinery in 2007.

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