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CITGO’s new President completes first corporate meeting

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

The new President and CEO of CITGO, Asdrúbal Chávez, has completed his first corporate meeting with top senior executives and management.

The company's 2017 results, along with its safety performance and operational achievements, were reviewed at the meeting.

Moving into 2018, CITGO has stressed that it will continue to emphasise excellence in all aspects of its operations, with its major US refineries located in Lake Charles, Louisiana, Corpus Christi, Texas and Lemont, Illinois. The company’s corporate headquarters will remain in Houston, Texas, where it has been since 2004.

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