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Oil Refineries Ltd gets 520 mln shekels of commitments in bond issue - Reuters
Oil Refineries Ltd Announces Departure Of Chief Executive Officer
Oil Refineries Ltd Appoints New Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Israel Lederberg
Oil Refineries Ltd is an Israel-based oil refinery company. The Company is engaged in three areas of operation: Refining, Petrochemicals and Trade segment. The Company mainly deals in the production of crude oil products, polymers used as raw materials in the plastics industry, aromatic materials for the chemical and petrochemical Industries and basic oils and waxes used as raw materials in the production of other products. The products primarily go to local consumption, while the outstanding balance is exported to the Mediterranean basin. Oil Refineries Ltd is active in the polymers and aromatics fields, through its holdings, Carmel Olefins Ltd. and wholly owned subsidiary, Gadiv Petrochemical Industries Ltd.
Oil & Gas - Integrated
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Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Vice President of Human Resources, Environment, Security and Health and Safety
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Orna Kushilevitch Ben Yosef
Chief Accounting Officer
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Israel's Oil Refineries (ORL) recently delivered its first cargo of 0.5% sulphur content marine fuel, complying with incoming new IMO rules, a trading source said on Monday.
Israel's Oil Refineries (ORL) said on Monday it had been informed of an investigation by the Ministry of Environmental Protection at its Gadiv Petrochemical Industries unit.
Oil prices dropped on Monday as investor concern waned about escalating tensions in the Middle East following air strikes on Syria over the weekend.
Oil fell by more than 2 percent on Monday, pressured by a rise in Russian production, expectations that Saudi Arabia will cut prices of the crude it sends to Asia and a deepening trade spat between China and the United States.
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