List of oil refineries

This is a list of oil refineries. The Oil and Gas Journal [1] also publishes a worldwide list of refineries annually in a country-by-country tabulation that includes for each refinery: location, crude oil daily processing capacity, and the size of each process unit in the refinery. For the U.S., the refinery list is further categorized state-by-state. The list usually appears in one of their December issues. It is about 45 pages in length, and updated each year with additions, deletions, name changes, capacity changes and other refinements.

Contents

World's largest refineries

Name of Refinery Location Barrels per Day
Jamnagar Refinery (Reliance Industries) Jamnagar, India 1,240,000
SK Energy Co., Ltd. Ulsan Refinery (SK Energy) Ulsan, South Korea 1,120,000
Paraguana Refinery Complex (PDVSA) Paraguana, Falcon, Venezuela 940,000
GS Caltex Yeosu Refinery (GS Caltex) Yeosu, South Korea 730,000
S-OIL Onsan Refinery (S-OIL) Ulsan, South Korea 669,000
ExxonMobil Singapore 605,000
Port Arthur Refinery (Motiva Enterprises) Port Arthur, Texas, USA 600,250
Baytown Refinery (ExxonMobil) Baytown, TX, USA 560,500
Ras Tanura Refinery (Saudi Aramco) Saudi Arabia 550,000
Garyville Refinery (Marathon Petroleum) Garyville, LA, USA 522,000
Baton Rouge Refinery (ExxonMobil) Baton Rouge, LA, USA 502,500

Excerpts from [www.eia.doe.gov] and [www.pemex.com]


Africa[2]

Algeria

Angola

Cameroon

Chad

Congo

Congo, Democratic Republic

Côte d'Ivoire

Egypt

BASHANDYOIL fossil crude oil refinery of 300,000 barrels per day, located at El Sokna, Suez, over looking the red sea . easy to locate on Google earth ( under construction )

Eritrea

Gabon

Ghana

Kenya

Libya

Madagascar

Mauritania

Morocco

Niger

Nigeria

Senegal

South Africa

Sudan

Tanzania

Tunisia

Zambia

Asia

Bangladesh

China

This section is incomplete and needs work[3][4]

India

Assam

Bihar

Gujarat

Haryana

Karnataka

Madhya Pradesh

Punjab

West Bengal

Odisha

Uttar Pradesh

Maharashtra

Andhra Pradesh

Kerala

Tamil Nadu

Indonesia

Iran

Iraq

Israel

Japan

Jordan

Kazakhstan

Kuwait

Malaysia

Oman

Pakistan

Papua New Guinea

Philippines

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

Singapore

Sri Lanka

South Korea

Taiwan

Thailand

Turkmenistan

United Arab Emirates

(Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company), 280,000 bbl/d (45,000 m3/d)

Vietnam

Yemen

Europe

Albania

Austria

Azerbaijan

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Belarus

Belgium

Bulgaria

Croatia

Czech Republic

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Hungary

Ireland

Italy

Kosovo

Lithuania

Macedonia

Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Russia

Refineries with capacity more than 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d)

Europe

Asia

Serbia

Slovakia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom

England
Scotland
Wales

North America

Aruba

Canada

Newfoundland and Labrador

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

Lubricant Refinery

Saskatchewan

Upgraders (improve the quality of crude for sale at a higher price)

Alberta

Bitumen Upgraders (turn bitumen into synthetic crude, which then must be further refined)

British Columbia

Cuba

Curaçao

Costa Rica

Dominican Republic

El Salvador

Guatemala

Honduras

Jamaica

Mexico

Nicaragua

Trinidad and Tobago

United States

Alabama

Alaska

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Delaware

Georgia

Hawaii

Illinois

Indiana

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Montana

Nevada

New Jersey

New Mexico

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

South Dakota

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

Wisconsin

Wyoming

US Virgin Islands

Oceania

Australia

New South Wales

Victoria

Queensland

South Australia

Western Australia

New Zealand

Papua New Guinea

South America

Argentina

Bolivia

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

Ecuador

Paraguay

Perú

Suriname

Uruguay

Venezuela

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