Oman Gas Co (OGC) has announced plans to build a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) processing plant and export facility at Salalah port, Reuters has reported. The complex, which he said would cost about $500 million, could produce up to 800 tons a day of LPG, mainly propane and butane, the vast majority of which will be consumed in Oman, said OGC’s chief executive, Yousuf Al Ojaili. “Our main focus is the local market, for end-users and to encourage new industries,” Al Ojaili told the news service. “We also have the option to export the surplus, if any.”
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