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RPL refinery achieves stable operations
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Apr '09
Reliance Petroleum Limited (RPL) has recently commissioned SEZ refinery at Jamnagar and processed 3.6 million tonnes of crude during the quarter ended 31st March 2009. The refinery has also commissioned several secondary processing units during the quarter.

These facilities are operating at design capacities. All the essential support units and utilities are fully operational.

RPL has commenced production and dispatch of products from its refinery to the quality conscious markets of US and Europe. This is a reflection of its ability to produce and place high quality, value-added products within a short time of production.

After the successful commissioning, RPL is focusing on achieving the highest standards of safety and reliability at its facilities. The refinery is designed keeping in mind changing crude and product dynamics and hence has the inherent capability of delivering superior returns even in challenging market conditions.

Commenting on the progress Mr. Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of RPL said “RPL refinery has achieved start-up and successful stabilization of its operations within a short period of time. The proposed merger with RIL will lead to a globally competitive and industry leading refining business and create sustainable value for shareholders.”

Reliance Petroleum Limited

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