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Saudi Aramco signs MoU with Zhejiang Petrochemical

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During the 2nd International Petroleum and Natural Gas Enterprises Conference (IPEC), Saudi Aramco signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Chinese Zhejiang provincial government to acquire a share of Zhejiang Petrochemical’s new refinery project.

Said Hadrami, Vice President of International Operations, Saudi Aramco, and Vice Governor Zhu Congjiu of Zhejiang signed the MoU in the presence of Abdulaziz al Judaimi, senior Vice President of Downstream, Saudi Aramco, and Governor Yuan Jiajun of Zhejiang province.

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