David Black, owner of newspaper chain Black Press, has announced his interest in constructing a $13 billion refinery near Kitimat B.C., which would have the capacity to process all of the output from the planned Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline. Black announced that his company, Kitimat Clean, will be submitting an environmental assessment application to build a world ‐scale refinery at the 3,000 hectare Dubose location, located 25 km north of Kitimat. The refinery will be designed specifically for oilsands heavy crude oil and will be capable of processing up to 550,000 bbls per day of dilbit. It is intended that the plant will produce up to 240,000 bbls per day of diesel, 100,000 bbls per day of gasoline and 50,000 bbls per day of kerosene. It is hoped that construction would begin in 2014 and be complete by 2020.
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