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MMEX refinery site celebrates progress

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MMEX Resources Corp., a development-stage company focusing on oil, gas, refining and infrastructure projects in Texas and South America, has announced that Congressman Will Hurd (TX-23) will visit its Pecos County Refinery Project, Texas, US, on 26 March.

Jack W. Hanks, President and CEO of MMEX Resources Corp., commented: “We’ve made significant progress in a short amount of time and are looking forward to sharing our accomplishments with Congressman Hurd during his visit to the Pecos County refinery project site. With the refinery being built in Congressman Hurd’s district, we’re eager to discuss the economic impact of the refinery and the job creation moving forward.”

MMEX broke ground on Phase 1 of its Refinery Project in Pecos County Texas, a 10 000 bpd crude distillation unit, in mid-November 2017. Recently, the company announced that it had commenced and completed road construction on its easement acquired from the University of Texas Lands, entered into a diesel product sales agreement with Pilot Thomas Logistics and entered into a trucking transportation agreement with Penta Operating LLC.

The visit will begin with Congressman Hurd touring the site and receiving a briefing about the progress from Hanks.

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