Aramco suspends China oil refinery project
Saudi Arabia's oil company Aramco has suspended a deal to build a 10 billion dollar refining and petrochemicals complex in China.
• Aramco decided to stop investing in the facility in China's northeastern province of Liaoning due to uncertain market outlook.
The refinery was supposed to be built by Aramco in partnership with China North Industries Group Corporation (Norinco) and Panjin Sincen. However, the fate of the refinery now hangs in the balance as Aramco is planning to cut down spending in a bid to cope with losses being incurred due to the low prices of oil.
The joint venture was signed last year in February when Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was on a visit to Beijing. As per the deal,
once the project would come up, Saudi Arabia was going to supply as much as 70% of the crude for the 300,000-barrel-a-day refinery.
The oil-price crash and Corona's impact on energy demand have changed the calculations for energy companies' projects around the world.
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