Cambodia Breaks Ground on $1.6 Billion Refinery

KHMER Times, May 5, 2017

A joint venture between Cambodian Petrochemical Company (CPC) and China Perfect Machinery Industry Corp (Sinomach) has broken ground on Cambodia's first ever oil refinery. The $1.62 billion complex is being built in the Sihanoukville and Kampot provinces, and once complete, will be able to produce about five million tonnes of fuel per year. The first construction phase would transform Cambodia from an oil importing country to an oil-producing country, CPC director Hann Khieng said at the ground-breaking ceremony in Sihanoukville yesterday.  

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