Petro Rabigh restarts hydrogen plant following emergency suspension

Petro Rabigh restarts hydrogen plant following emergency suspension

6:46 AM, 15th June 2015
Petro Rabigh restarts hydrogen plant following emergency suspension

RABIGH, SAUDI ARABIA: Rabigh Refining and Petrochemical Co said that on 12 June it restarted the hydrogen production unit and that it expected that the maintenance work at the complex, which began on 29 May, to have a financial impact of about 69 million Saudi riyals ($18.4 million). The impact would be recorded in the second quarter results, it said.

The plant was scheduled to resume operations on 9 June but was down for emergency repairs, Petro Rabigh (a joint venture between Saudi Aramco and Sumitomo Chemical) said. 

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