Japan's ENEOS to shut Wakayama refinery in 2023

25/1/2022 7:29:00 AM

Japan's ENEOS to shut Wakayama refinery in 2023

Japan's ENEOS to shut Wakayama refinery in 2023

TOKYO : Japan's biggest oil refiner, Eneos Holdings Inc, said on Tuesday it will shut down its Wakayama refinery in western Japan around October 2023 as part of a restructuring as demand for gasoline falls. (Reporting by Sakura Murakami; Editing by Kim Coghill)

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