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Thai Oil PCL Says Thosaporn Sirisumphand Resigned As Chairman
Thai Oil Says Qtrly Total Revenue 58.42 Bln Baht
Sino Thai Engineering And Construction Signed New Thai Oil Clean Fuel Contract
Thai Oil Public Company Limited is a Thailand-based company engaged in the business of oil refining and distributions. The Company operates eight business segments: oil refinery, such as gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, kerosene, fuel oil and liquefied petroleum gas (LPGs); lube base oil refinery, which is a product of crude oil distillation including bitumen or asphalt, aromatic extract, treated distillate aromatics extract (TDAE) and slack wax; petrochemical, such as paraxylene, benzene, toluene and mixed xylenes; power generation, which is related to natural gas-fired combined-cycle co-generation power plant; oil and chemical products transportation services engaged in marine transportation of petroleum and petrochemical products and domestic petroleum transportation business via muti-products pipeline; solvent and chemical products, such as hydrocarbon solvent and chemical solvent; ethanol manufacturing, and others including energy consulting service.
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555/1 Energy Complx Bldng A, 11th Flr
Vibhavadi Rangsit Road
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
President, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director, Secretary
Executive Vice President - Finance and Accounting
Executive Vice President - Corporate Commercial and Vice President - Commercial Planning (Act.)
Executive Vice President - Corporate Governance and Affairs, Vice President - Corporate Affairs (Act.) and Company Secretary
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Thai oil refiner, Bangchak Petroleum Pcl said on Thursday it plans to invest 110 billion baht ($3.5 billion) between 2018 and 2022 to increase capacity and grow its business.
Thailand's largest refiner Thai Oil PCL will stop producing fuel oil from 2022 once it completes a $4-billion upgrade that will boost output of clean fuels, officials said.
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