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Africa's Biggest Oil Refinery Dangote Months From Full Start – Bloomberg

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The full ramp up of Africa’s largest oil refinery, a landmark moment for crude and fuel markets both regionally and beyond, is still a long way off.
The Dangote plant in Nigeria just concluded a dealBloomberg Terminal to receive six million barrels of crude from December, an indication that commercial activity is close to getting underway. However, the facility is still several months from full-scale production of fuels including of high-quality gasoline, according to analysts tracking the refinery’s development.

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