Yemen signs refinery deal

The Yemen General Investment Authority has signed an agreement with private Saudi and local businesses to set up a new oil refinery with a processing capacity of around 100,000 barrels a day. The new refinery will be built at al-Mukalla region overlooking the Arabian Sea, at an estimated cost of USD 895 million. The new refinery will be the third oil plant in Yemen.

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