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3 August 2009

Korean firm to build $150m diesel plant in Thailand

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South Korea's SK Engineering & Construction Co. said Monday it has clinched a $150 million order to build a diesel plant in Thailand, state news agency South Korean Yonhap reported.

The diesel desulfurisation plant will be built in Map Ta Phut, an industrial zone 250km southeast of Bangkok, SK Engineering said in a statement.

Desulfurisers help refiners produce eco-friendly fuels that reduce air pollution by removing sulfur from diesel.

The deal with PTT Aromatics and Refining Co., a unit of Thailand's state-run energy enterprise PTT Plc., calls for SK Engineering to complete the plant by December 2011.



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