The refinery will be designed to process heavy oil and will be able to process 235,000b/d, of which 117,500 will come from the Orinoco belt in Venezuela, and 117,500 from the Campos basin in Brazil. It will also produce 162,000b/d low-sulfur diesel. The plant will allow the Brazilian northeast to be self-sufficient in fuels and generate nearly 28,000 direct and indirect jobs during the construction phase. Consortiums involved in the construction of the refinery include Camargo Corrêa and CNEC; Odebrecht and Construtora OAS; Conduta and Egesa; and Construcap and Progen.
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|Short names||Abreu e Lima|
|Primary activities, subsector||Oil & Gas|