China Petroleum & Chemical Corp’s refinery in southern Hainan province will increase oil processing by 3 percent in April compared with March after a refining unit completes scheduled maintenance, a company official said.
 
The plant will refine 720,000 metric tons of crude next month, or 175,900 barrels a day, compared with 700,000 metric tons in March, said the official, who declined to be identified.
 
The 8-million-ton-a-year refinery on the nation’s southern Hainan Island will restart a hydrotreatment unit on April 15 that closed in early March, said the official.
 

 
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