Hassan Al Hosani在阿布扎比举行的石油会议上说：“我们正处于Ruwais新建的全球规模的基层炼油和石化综合设施的前期（前端工程和设计）阶段。” 。
徐蕾 摘译自 国民报
Adnoc likely to tender construction contract for new Ruwais refinery 'after 2021'
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company may tender the engineering, procurement and construction contract for a planned refinery and petrochemicals complex "after 2021", according to the company's vice president for downstream operations.
"We’re at the pre-Feed [front-end engineering and design] stage of the new world-scale grass roots refinery and petrochemicals complex at Ruwais," Hassan Al Hosani told Petroleum Conference in Abu Dhabi.
British oilfield services company Wood Group was awarded the pre-Feed stage contract in March this year and is expected to conclude its work before 2020. Feed refers to basic engineering work that is carried out after the completion of conceptual design and feasibility studies.
The UAE, which accounts for 4 per cent of global crude production, much of it from fields owned and operated by Adnoc, aims to double refining and triple chemical capacity by 2025. Adnoc plans to invest Dh165 billion with partners to develop the world's largest integrated refining and chemicals complex in Ruwais, capable of refining 600,000 barrels per day.
Adnoc will choose the technology provider for the refinery "by the end of the second quarter of next year", said Mr Al Hosani.
The refinery could have a capacity of "1.5 to 1.6 million bpd" upon completion, Mr Al Hosani said, with production likely to start in 2026.