Union MoEE Minister inspects No 1 Oil Refinery (Thanlyin)

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Workers of No 1 Oil Refinery (Thanlyin) need to join the workplace as quickly as possible to maintain the refinery, said Union Minister for Electricity and Energy U Aung Than Oo on his inspection tour of the refinery on 10 May.
Worker of the refinery must strictly abide by the public service personnel law, rules and regulations. He stressed the need to re-operate the lubricant plant to meet the demand of factories and heavy machinery. The fuel and lubricant jetty must be maintained for work operations. He invited the scrutiny on data for re-operating the plant.
Managing Director U Aung Myint of the Myanmar Petrochemical Enterprise and the refinery manager reported on the condition of tanks for fuel and lubricant, a jetty for fuel and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), the status of an LNG installation, laboratory tests for fuels and grease, plans to refine crude oil to condensate, and an oil refinery project that can refine 10 million tonnes of crude oil proposed by the Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) of India on the land of No 1 Oil Refinery.
The Union Minister inspected No 1 Oil Refinery (Thanlyin), Oil Steam Factory, Fuel/Lubricant Mixing Plant, Lubricant Tank and Fuel Jetty. — MNA

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