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Algeria will construct the world largest refinery project, according to a recently disclosed plan. This project will provide several benefits to the nation, as well as to other nations in the region. However, there is considerable debate around this project, which is producing significant problems. Some individuals worry, for instance, that the initiative will lead to the elimination of the nation's oil industry.

Saudi Arabia

A new oil refinery project has been unveiled by the oil minister of Saudi Arabia. This will add 300,000 barrels per day to the kingdom's overall refining capacity.

The first plan called for the construction of the project at the Pakistani port city of Gwadar. However, worries regarding the project's financial viability necessitated the relocation.

According to estimates, the Kingdom's existing refineries can produce 400,000 barrels of crude per day. It is envisaged that the new facility will be able to recover 2,3 million barrels per day (bpd) of output.

Saudi Aramco plans to construct a new petrochemical facility in Jubail as part of a larger complex called "Amiral." The project is projected to be operational by 2027, according to industry officials.

The complex will cost approximately $11 billion and will consist of two PE plants, a petrochemical plant, an ethylene plant, and other derivative facilities. These are developed to help a number of sectors, such as carbon fibers, food additives, drilling fluids, and detergents.

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