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Motiva: Shell and Saudi Aramco end refining JV


Motiva: Shell and Saudi Aramco end refining JV

Report summary

The break-up impacts over 1 million b/d refining capacity on the Gulf Coast. We expect there to be modest implications on crude flows and Saudi Aramco's potential privatization. 

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