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China Major Refineries Biweekly Crude Run Rate

May 20 (Bloomberg) -- The following is a table of biweekly survey of crude run rates at 23 major Chinese refineries by May 19, according to data from Oilchem.net, a Shandong based energy information website.

===========================================================================
Refinery Name          Location    Run  Biweekly   Process     Designed
                                  Rate   Changes    Volume     Capacity
                                                    (Kb/d)       (Kb/d)
===========================================================================
Total                           88.59%     0.17%   4,993.9      5,642.6
Eastern China                      87%        0%   1,222.5      1,405.6
 Sinopec Zhenhai       Zhejiang    92%        0%     425.6        461.8
 Sinopec Jinling        Jiangsu    94%        0%     255.4        271.1
 Sinopec Shanghai      Shanghai    80%        0%     224.6        281.1
 Sinopec Gaoqiao       Shanghai    87%        0%     227.0        261.0
 Sinopec Jiujiang       Jiangxi    69%        0%      89.9        130.5
Southern China                     94%        0%   1,338.3      1,425.7
 Sinopec Fujian          Fujian    91%        0%     219.9        241.0
===========================================================================
Refinery Name          Location    Run  Biweekly   Process     Designed
                                  Rate   Changes    Volume     Capacity
                                                    (Kb/d)       (Kb/d)
===========================================================================
 Sinopec Maoming      Guangdong   110%        0%     297.9        271.1
 Sinopec Guangzhou    Guangdong    79%        0%     248.3        315.3
 Cnooc Group Huizhou  Guangdong    83%        0%     201.0        241.0
 Sinopec Hainan          Hainan   110%        0%     177.3        160.6
 PetroChina Qinzhou     Guangxi    97%        0%     193.9        200.8
Northeastern China                 91%        0%     420.9        461.8
 PetroChina Fushun     Liaoning    63%        2%     146.6        230.9
 PetroChina Dalian     Liaoning    86%        0%     354.7        411.6
 WEPEC                 Liaoning    89%        2%     179.7        200.8
 PetroChina Jinxi      Liaoning    81%        0%     113.5        140.6
 PetroChina Jinzhou    Liaoning    91%        0%     137.1        150.6
Northwestern China                 82%        1%     931.6      1,144.6
 PetroChina Lanzhou       Gansu    84%        0%     219.9        261.0
 PetroChina Dushanzi   Xinjiang   100%        0%     201.0        200.8
Nothern China                      90%        0%   1,080.6      1,204.8
 Sinopec Luoyang          Henan    94%        0%     151.3        160.6
===========================================================================
Refinery Name          Location    Run  Biweekly   Process     Designed
                                  Rate   Changes    Volume     Capacity
                                                    (Kb/d)       (Kb/d)
===========================================================================
 Sinopec Tianjin        Tianjin   102%        0%     267.2        261.0
 Sinopec Yanshan        Beijing    82%        0%     231.7        281.1
 Sinopec Qilu          Shandong    74%        0%     222.3        301.2
 Sinopec Qingdao       Shandong   104%        0%     208.1        200.8
===========================================================================
Note: Units for daily output and designed capacity 
      are in thousand barrels per day.

Source: Oilchem.net  

To contact the reporter on this story: Jay Wang in Singapore at jwang298@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Marco Babic at mbabic@bloomberg.net

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