Engen's South African Refinery Completes Maintenance Work

Source: Reuters 8/25/2015, Location: Africa

Engen, majority owned by Malaysia's national oil company, has completed a 30-day planned shut down for maintenance at its 120,000 barrel per day South African refinery, the company said.

"This is necessary to ensure continuous supply of adequate volumes of fuel for the country," Jehan Zaib, general manager at the refinery, said in a statement, referring to the maintenance.


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