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Market report for downstream project in Vietnam


10 Dec 2013

It is more important now than ever to formulate healthy strategies and operating positions due to increasing competition, price differentials, and the evolving regulatory environment.

 From upstream, midstream logistics and terminals, refining and petrochemicals, to power and marine sector in Vietnam or in Asia, the VCT team always brings useful market studies to the clients. The studies assist the interested partners in understanding the investment and co-operation trends with up-to-date market fundamentals including project investor, operator, capacity, schedule, and also detailed contact person. Though integrated research, analysis, and support from trusted experts, VCT provides incomparable advice, insight, and guidance. Clients can rely on VCT to help them make reliable plans and decisions.

Hence, VCT has provided and established a list ofDownstream Projects in Vietnam.

No

Project name

Investor

Project investment capital

Location

1

Dung Quat Refinery (Expansion)

PVN

1.82 billion USD

Quang Ngai Province

2

Nghi Son Refinery

NSRP

9 billion USD

Thanh Hoa Province

3

Long Son Refinery - South Vietnam Petrochemical Complex

Long Son Petrochemicals Co., Ltd. (LSP)

4.5 billion USD

Ba Ria ‐ Vung Tau
province

4

Nam Van Phong Refinery

Petrolimex VN

8 billion USD

Khanh Hoa Province

5

Vung Ro Refinery

Vung Ro Petroleum Co., Ltd. (VRP) - a 100% foreign-invested joint venture of Technostar Management (UK) and Telloil (Russia)

3.179 billion USD

Phu Yen Province

6

Victory Refinery Complex (Nhon Hoi project)

PTT Public Company Limited - PTT (Thailand - 40%) and Saudi Aramco Oil Corporation (Arab Saudi - 40%), other local partners - 20%

22 billion USD

Binh Dinh province

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