Naphtha production down by 10,000 tons on hydrocracker shutdown at MRPL

India's Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd (MRPL) has shut its 21,000 bpd hydrocracker for planned maintenance for a period of 32-35 days until mid December. The closure will increase exports of high sulphur diesel by 40,000 tons over the closure period, and lead to a similar sized fall in superior grade mid-distillate at MRPL's 194,000 bpd coastal refinery in the southern Karnataka state. MRPL had originally planned to shut the unit, which produces middle distillates like diesel, around mid-September, but postponed work for two months as it had not received equipment. Naphtha production will be down by 10,000 tons and liquefied petroleum gas output by 2,000-3,000 tons.
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