Kuwait inks $514m refinery upgrade deal
Kuwait, May 28, 2013
Kuwait's state-run oil group signed a 147 million dinar ($514 million) contract with South Korea's Daelim Industrial to build and upgrade facilities at an oil refinery in the country, state news agency Kuna said on Tuesday.
The work will focus on facilities for handling sulphur at the Mina Ahmadi refinery, Kuna said, citing a spokesman for Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC).
The work is due to be completed within three years at the refinery, one of three in major oil producer Kuwait. - Reuters
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