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n.1.See Motive, n., 3, 4.
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The large coking unit at Motiva Enterprises' 603,000 barrel per day (bpd) Port Arthur, Texas, refinery was back in production after being shut for about two hours, said sources familiar with plant operations.
Collectively named the Maurepas Pipelines, they will support Motiva Enterprises LLC's efforts to interconnect its refinery operations.
Motiva is targeting to restart the crude unit in early 2013.
Motiva is a joint venture of Saudi Aramco and Royal Dutch Shell.
Motiva, based in Houston, has four refineries with a total capacity of 823,000 b/d and about 14,000 retail stations, together with storage and terminal facilities.
Houston - April 28, 2006 - Motiva Enterprises LLC announced today that it has
recently announced the opening of its new biodiesel blending facility at the Motiva Enterprises terminal in Dallas, TX, making terminal-blended biodiesel available to customers of Distribution Drive in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
IN A STATE COURTROOM in Wilmington, Delaware in July attorneys for Motiva Enterprises--a joint venture of Saudi Aramco and Royal Dutch Shell--appeared before Judge Peggy Ableman and entered a plea of no contest to one felony count of criminally negligent homicide and six misdemeanor counts of assault in the third degree.
In the USA, Saudi Arabia has been particularly successful in its joint venture company Motiva.
a leader in collaborative design change management solutions for e-business, reports that FG Wilson (Engineering) Limited, a Caterpillar (NYSE:CAT) company, has successfully implemented Motiva eChange Solutions(TM).
Your local gas station may fuel more than your car in the near future; it may be an integral part of the sophisticated, nationwide wireless communications network that fuels your cell phone and other wireless transmissions in the new millennium, if Motiva Enterprises' foresight is prophetic.
HOUSTON -- KBR (NYSE: KBR) today announced that its subsidiary Roberts & Schaefer (R&S) has been selected to construct a petroleum coker (pet coke) material handling system for Motiva Enterprises LLC's (Motiva) Port Arthur Refinery Expansion Project in Port Arthur, Texas.