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Aramco, SABIC eye crude-oil-to-chemicals plant Saudi Aramco and SABIC have signed a heads of agreement to conduct a feasibility study on the development of a crude oil-to-chemicals plant in the kingdom.

Aramco, SABIC eye crude-oil-to-chemicals plant

Saudi Arabia's industrial giants have agreed to study the feasibility of the project which could cost up to $30bn

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 •   Aramco and Sabic to sign MoU for joint project
 

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