Nigeria NNPC 5 Million t/a Refinery Project Preliminary Phase of 1,500,000 t/a

Time:10 December 2021

Nigeria NNPC 5 Million t/a Refinery Project  Preliminary Phase of 1,500,000 t/a

SEDIN and Nigerian RAMENERGY & REFINERIES NIG LTD formally signed an EPC contract for Nigeria NNPC 5 Million t/a Refinery Project Preliminary Phase of 1,500,000 t/a Refinery Unit project through online video.

The Chairman of SEDIN Li Chanle and the General manager of SEDIN Zhou Enli, attended the signing ceremony.

Nigeria NNPC 5 Million t/a Refinery Project  Preliminary Phase of 1,500,000 t/a

Adviser to the President of Nigeria, Head of First Nigeria Bank,Chairman and the general Manager of RAMENERGY & REFINERIES NIG LTD, Nigeria attended the signing ceremony.

Nigeria NNPC 5 Million t/a Refinery Project  Preliminary Phase of 1,500,000 t/a

According to the common will of both parties, it was unanimously decided to accelerate the start of the preliminary project - 1,500,000 t/a Refinery Unit project. The scope of work of the project includes feasibility study, design, procurement,and construction After the completion of the project, the main products include gasoline, diesel, aviation kerosene, LPG, petroleum coke, etc.

Nigeria NNPC 5 Million t/a Refinery Project  Preliminary Phase of 1,500,000 t/a

RAMENERGY & REFINERIES NIG LTD is mainly engaged in crude oil/natural gas extraction, storage,transportation, and refined oil sales. The completion of the project will bring good economic and social benefits to the owner and become a landmark advanced refinery plant in Nigeria.

Nigeria NNPC 5 Million t/a Refinery Project  Preliminary Phase of 1,500,000 t/a

The Project is the key result of SEDIN's implementation of the group company's "One Body and Two Wings" strategically overseas layout. It represent that SEDIN is making a important breakthrough in the refining and chemical field. The project has laid a solid foundation for the high-quality development of SEDIN’s international business.

Nigeria NNPC 5 Million t/a Refinery Project  Preliminary Phase of 1,500,000 t/a