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“Always innovative to improve our professionalism and ethics, providing our clients with the highest quality and the fastest progress in science and technology research, analysis-inspection services and trading products”.
Director : Phan Minh Quoc Binh

The Petrovietnam Research and Development Center for Petroleum Processing (PVPro) is a part of Vietnam Petroleum Institute, a subsidiary of Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PETROVIETNAM). PVPro is a professional organization, which specializes in technology research and development; provides consulting, training, analysis – inspection services; and supplies chemicals and equipment in petroleum processing.

Services and Products

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    Science And Technology Consultant Services

    Carry out projects, research papers of Vietnam Oil and Gas Group in the field of petroleum processing, consult Petrovietnam in appraising and evaluation downstream investment projects;

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    Analysis - Inspection

    Analyze compositions of crude oils, gases, water, polluted or corroding samples … for oil and gas exploration, production, and processing.


Vietnam’s first refinery debuts (17.01.2011)

Vietnam’s first oil refinery will officially be inaugurated on January 6, according to the Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (Petrovietnam).


Vietnam to face 1 Billion Cu M gas shortfall in 2011: Report (17.01.2011)

Vietnam is expected to face a gas shortfall of nearly 1 billion cubic meters (35.315 Bcf) in 2011, which will rise to 3 billion cu m in 2020 and 7 billion cu m in 2025, a senior PetroVietnam Gas official said last week.


PVN halts $1b in bond sales overseas (17.01.2011)

The PetroVietnam Group has indefinitely post-poned its planned sale of corporate bonds overseas, the State-owned petroleum giant announced at a press conference on Tuesday


Vinachem to invest $375m in major projects (17.01.2011)

The Viet Nam National Chemical Corporation (Vinachem) will invest VND 7.5 trillion ($375 million) in fulfilling its major projects this year.