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>> 13 December 2017
The Supreme Court of India allowed cement makers to use petroleum coke, easing its ban on the fuel. The apex court had on Oct. 24 banned the use of pet coke and furnace oil in Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan from Nov. 1 in view the pollution in Delhi and the National Capital Region, noting that the states had no objection to it.

The view expressed by learned amicus curiae is that the cement industry uses pet coke in its kiln where limestone is ground and burnt till it forms clinker. In this process of calcination, limestone absorbs sulphur and, therefore, emissions are minimized. MOEF has notified emission standards for SO2 and NOx for cement industry. Consequently, permission can be given for use of pet coke in the cement industry.

>> 30 November 2017
Renelux teams up with UK alternative fuels trader DMG ECO and IES LLC to offer Solid-Recovered Fuel (SRF), originated from United Kingdom, to cement manufacturers in South Europe and India.
>> 17 November 2017
The Supreme Court of India asks all states and union territories to consider banning use of pet coke and furnace oil – considered to be a major source of pollution.
>> 10 November 2017
Renelux offers 300.0000MT of high calorific value steam coal, originated directly from an Indonesia mine, to one of the largest cement manufacturers in India, on term agreement basis.
>> 31 October 2017
NLPC Investments, a global technology and industry investor, acquires a steak of Renelux Cyprus Ltd share capital, after the successful entrance of Renelux in the Indian industrial fuels market.
>> 13-15.09.2017
Renelux, along with its partner International Energy Support LLC (IEC), participate in the Argus Americas Petroleum Coke Summit and submit proposals to large-scale Oil Refineries, for the procurement of pet coke on term agreement basis throughout the calendar year 2018.
>> 04.08.2017
Arrival of the vessel "MV COREFORTUNE OL" and commencement of discharge of the 55.000MT cargo of pet coke at Krishnapatnam Port India.
>> 21.07.2017
Completion of loading of a 55.000MT cargo of high Sulphur fuel grade Green Petroleum Coke at Yanbu Port, Saudi Arabia. Renelux operates as a sourcing Agent on behalf of the Buyer (End User).
>> 14.06.2017
Renelux added two new products for cement plants: Limestone and Ferronickel Furnace Slag.
>> 22.05.2017
Commencement of operation of Renelux's new web site (V2) with product information, news section and other important additions.  
>> 11.05.2017
After thorough market research and successful sourcing, Renelux submits its first Full Corporate Offer for Alternative Fuels (Tire-Derived Fuel), to one of the largest cement manufacturers in India.
>> 10.01.2017
Renelux is invited to bid for a tender of 50.000MT of Fuel Grade GPC, originated from YASREF Refinery, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
>> 14.10.2016
OGSJ Rosneft acquires PJSC Bashneft, one of the most important direct sources of Renelux for Russian Origin Fuel Grade Green Petroleum Coke. Read more >>
>> 11.10.2016
TITAN Cement announces a tender for the purchase of one high sulfur petcoke cargo. Renelux Cyprus is invited to submit a quotation.
>> 19.09.2016
The 8th annual Argus Americas Petroleum Coke Summit in Texas, USA has been completed and negotiations with the Major US Refineries concerning the new term agreements for Fuel Grade US Origin GPC, throughout the calendar year 2017, have commenced.
>> 02.09.2016
Petrobras
- the state oil refinery company of Brazil offers Anode Grade Pet Coke to Renelux Cyprus Ltd.
>> 14.06.2016
Registration of Renelux Cyprus Ltd. (former DIGY Technologies Ltd) under the new company name
(Register Number: HE 293859)
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14.10.2016
OGSJ Rosneft acquires PJSC Bashneft, one of the most important direct sources of Renelux for Russian Origin Fuel Grade Green Petroleum Coke.
OGSJ Rosneft has acquired the Russian government’s controlling interest in PJSOC Bashneft.

It paid the equivalent of $5.23 billion for 50.0755% of Bashneft’s charter capital.

Bashneft produced an average 398,000 b/d of crude in 2015, of which 322,000 b/d was in Bashkortostan in the Volga-Urals region. It operates three refineries with combined capacities of 464,000 b/d and has petrochemicals and product-marketing businesses.

Rosneft said the acquisition boosts its production of hydrocarbon liquids by 10% and its refinery throughput by 20%.

Andrey Shishkin, vice-president of Rosneft, was appointed president and chairman of the management board of Bashneft. Shishkin, who was Russia’s deputy minister of energy during 2010-12, will serve a 5-year term.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 
 
   
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