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 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 670,000
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
Shell Pernis Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell) Rotterdam, the Netherlands 416,000
Corinth Refinery (Motor Oil Hellas) Corinth, Greece 380,000

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


Africa[2]

Algeria

  • Skikda Refinery (Sonatrach), 356,500 bbl/d (56,680 m3/d)
  • Adrar Refinery (CNPC, Sonatrach), 12,500 bbl/d (1,990 m3/d)
  • Alger Refinery (Sonatrach), 55,000 bbl/d (8,700 m3/d)
  • Arzew Refinery (Sonatrach), 50,000 bbl/d (7,900 m3/d)
  • Hassi Messaoud Refinery (Sonatrach), 25,000 bbl/d (4,000 m3/d)

Angola

Cameroon

  • Limbé Refinery (SoNaRa), 42,600 bbl/d (6,770 m3/d)

Chad

  • N'Djamena Refinery (Société de Raffinage de N'Djamena), 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d)

Congo

  • Pointe Noire Refinery (CORAF), 21,000 bbl/d (3,300 m3/d)

Congo, Democratic Republic

  • Muanda Refinery (SOCIR), 15,000 bbl/d (2,400 m3/d) (not in working order since 2000[3])

Côte d'Ivoire

  • Abidjan Refinery (SIR), 68,000 bbl/d (10,800 m3/d)
  • Abidjan Bitumen Refinery (SMB), 10,000 bbl/d (1,600 m3/d)

Egypt

  • Alexandria Ameriya Refinery (EGPC), 81,000 bbl/d (12,900 m3/d)
  • Alexandria El Mex Refinery (EGPC), 117,000 bbl/d (18,600 m3/d)
  • Alexandria MIDOR Refinery (EGPC), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)
  • Asyut Refinery (EGPC), 47,000 bbl/d (7,500 m3/d)
  • Cairo Mostorod Refinery (EGPC), 142,000 bbl/d (22,600 m3/d)
  • El Nasr Refinery (EGPC), 132,000 bbl/d (21,000 m3/d)
  • El Suez Refinery (EGPC), 70,000 bbl/d (11,000 m3/d)
  • Tanta Refinery (EGPC), 35,000 bbl/d (5,600 m3/d)
  • Wadi Feran Refinery (EGPC), 8,550 bbl/d (1,359 m3/d)

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Eritrea

  • Asab Refinery (Asab Refinery), 17,500 bbl/d (2,780 m3/d)

Gabon

  • Port Gentil Refinery (Sogara), 25,000 bbl/d (4,000 m3/d)

Ghana

Kenya

  • Mombasa Refinery (KPRL), 70,000 bbl/d (11,000 m3/d)

Libya

Madagascar

  • Tomasina Refinery (Galana), 12,000 bbl/d (1,900 m3/d) destroyed in Cyclone Geralda 1994

Mauritania

  • Nouadhibou Refinery ([SOMIR]), 10,000 bbl/d (1,600 m3/d)

Morocco

  • Mohammedia Refinery (SAMIR), 127,000 bbl/d (20,200 m3/d)
  • Sidi Kacem (SAMIR), 50,000 bbl/d (7,900 m3/d)

Niger

  • Zinder Refinery (Société de Raffinage de Zinder), 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d)

Nigeria

  • Kaduna Refinery (NNPC), 110,000 bbl/d (17,000 m3/d)
  • Port Harcourt Refinery (NNPC), 210,000 bbl/d (33,000 m3/d)
  • Warri Refinery (NNPC), 125,000 bbl/d (19,900 m3/d)

Senegal

  • Dakar Refinery (SAR), 27,000 bbl/d (4,300 m3/d)

South Africa

Sudan

  • El Obeid Refinery (ERC), 15,000 bbl/d (2,400 m3/d)
  • Khartoum Refinery (KRC), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)
  • Port Sudan Refinery(PSR), 25,000 bbl/d (4,000 m3/d)

Tanzania

  • Dar es Salaam Refinery (TIPER), 17,000 bbl/d (2,700 m3/d)

Tunisia

  • Bizerte Refinery (STIR), 34,000 bbl/d (5,400 m3/d)

Zambia

  • Ndola Refinery (Indeni), 34,000 bbl/d (5,400 m3/d)

Asia

Bangladesh

  • Eastern Refinery (BPC) 33,000 bbl/d (5,200 m3/d)[4]
  • Petromax Refinery 2,500 bbl/d (400 m3/d)[5]
  • Super Refinery 3,000 bbl/d (480 m3/d)[6]

China

This section is incomplete and needs work[7][8]

Hong Kong

Yuen Long
  • Hop Hing Oil Factory Limited

India

Assam
Bihar
Gujarat
Haryana
Karnataka
Madhya Pradesh
Punjab
West Bengal
Odisha
Uttar Pradesh
Maharashtra
Andhra Pradesh
Kerala
Tamil Nadu

Indonesia

  • Plaju (Musi) Refinery (Pertamina), 135,200 bbl/d (21,500 m3/d)
  • Balongan Refinery (Pertamina), 125,000 bbl/d (19,900 m3/d)
  • Dumai Refinery (Pertamina), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d)
  • Cilacap Refinery (Pertamina), 348,000 bbl/d (55,300 m3/d)
  • Balikpapan Refinery (Pertamina), 260,000 bbl/d (41,000 m3/d)
  • Sungai Pakning Refinery (Pertamina), 50,000 bbl/d (7,900 m3/d)
  • Pangkalan Brandan Refinery (Not Active) (Pertamina), 5,000 bbl/d (790 m3/d)
  • Cepu Refinery (Pusdiklat Migas Cepu), 3,800 bbl/d (600 m3/d)
  • Kasim Refinery (Pertamina), 10,000 bbl/d (1,600 m3/d)

Iran

  • Abadan Refinery (NIOC), 450,000 bbl/d (72,000 m3/d)
  • Arak Refinery (NIOC), 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d)
  • Tehran Refinery (NIOC), 225,000 bbl/d (35,800 m3/d)
  • Isfahan Refinery (NIOC), 265,000 bbl/d (42,100 m3/d)
  • Tabriz Refinery (NIOC), 112,000 bbl/d (17,800 m3/d)
  • Shiraz Refinery (NIOC), 40,000 bbl/d (6,400 m3/d)
  • Lavan Refinery (NIOC), 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d)
  • Bandar Abbas Refinery (NIOC), 335,000 bbl/d (53,300 m3/d)
  • Kermanshah refinery (NIOC), 21,000 bbl/d (3,300 m3/d)

Iraq

  • Basrah Refinery (INOC), 210,000 bbl/d (33,000 m3/d)
  • Daurah Refinery (INOC), 180,000 bbl/d (29,000 m3/d)
  • Kirkuk Refinery (INOC), 170,000 bbl/d (27,000 m3/d)
  • Baiji Salahedden Refinery (INOC), 70,000 bbl/d (11,000 m3/d)
  • Baiji North Refinery (INOC), 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d)
  • Khanaqin/Alwand Refinery (INOC), 10,500 bbl/d (1,670 m3/d)
  • Samawah Refinery (INOC), 27,000 bbl/d (4,300 m3/d)
  • Haditha Refinery (INOC), 14,000 bbl/d (2,200 m3/d)
  • Muftiah Refinery (INOC), 4,500 bbl/d (720 m3/d)
  • Gaiyarah Refinery (INOC), 4,000 bbl/d (640 m3/d)
  • Erbil Refinery (KAR Group), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)

Israel

Japan

Jordan

Kazakhstan

  • Shymkent Refinery (PetroKazakhstan), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d)
  • Pavlodar Refinery (KazMunayGas), 162,600 bbl/d (25,850 m3/d)
  • Atyrau Refinery (KazMunayGas), 104,400 bbl/d (16,600 m3/d)

Kuwait

  • Mina Al-Ahmadi Refinery (KNPC), 470,000 bbl/d (75,000 m3/d)
  • Shuaiba Refinery (KNPC), 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d)
  • Mina Abdullah Refinery (KNPC), 270,000 bbl/d (43,000 m3/d)

Malaysia

  • Melaka I Refinery (Petronas), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)[1]
  • Melaka II Refinery (Petronas/Phillips 66), 170,000 bbl/d (27,000 m3/d)[2]
  • Kertih Refinery (Petronas), 40,000 bbl/d (6,400 m3/d)
  • Port Dickson Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell), 156,000 bbl/d (24,800 m3/d)[3]
  • Lutong Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell), 45,000 bbl/d (7,200 m3/d). Closed
  • Petron Port Dickson Refinery (Petron), 88,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d)[4]
  • Kemaman Bitumen Refinery (TIPCO), 300,000 bbl/d (48,000 m3/d)[5]

Oman

Pakistan

Papua New Guinea

  • InterOil Refinery, Port Moresby (InterOil), 32,500 bbl/d (5,170 m3/d)

Philippines

  • Bataan Refinery (Petron), 180,000 bbl/d (29,000 m3/d)
  • Tabangao Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell), 110,000 bbl/d (17,000 m3/d)
  • Batangas Refinery (Caltex(Chevron)), 86,000 bbl/d (13,700 m3/d). Ceased operation in 2003 to give way to a P750-million finished product import terminal.[16]

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

  • Riyadh Refinery (Saudi Aramco), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d)
  • Rabigh Refinery (Saudi Aramco/Sumitomo), 400,000 bbl/d (64,000 m3/d)
  • Jeddah Refinery (Saudi Aramco), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)
  • Ras Tanura Refinery (Saudi Aramco), 550,000 bbl/d (87,000 m3/d)
  • Yanbu' Refinery (Saudi Aramco), 225,000 bbl/d (35,800 m3/d)
  • Yanbu' Refinery (SAMREF) (Saudi Aramco/Exxon Mobil), 400,000 bbl/d (64,000 m3/d)
  • Jubail Refinery (SATORP) (Saudi Aramco/Total), 400,000 bbl/d (64,000 m3/d)
  • YASREF Refinery (Yanbu', started exporting from Jan 2015) (Saudi Aramco/Sinopec), 400,000 bbl/d (64,000 m3/d)[17]
  • Jazan Refinery (Saudi Aramco, opens 2016) 400,000 bbl/d (64,000 m3/d) [18]
  • Jubail Refinery (SASREF) (Saudi Aramco/Shell), 305,000 bbl/d (48,500 m3/d)

Singapore

Sri Lanka

South Korea

  • SK Energy Co., Ltd. Ulsan Refinery (SK Energy), 850,000 bbl/d (135,000 m3/d)
  • S-Oil Onsan Refinery (S-Oil), 669,000 bbl/d (106,400 m3/d)
  • GS-Caltex Yeosu Refinery (GS Caltex), 730,000 bbl/d (116,000 m3/d)
  • SK Incheon Petrochem (SK Group/SK Incheon Petrochem), 275,000 bbl/d (43,700 m3/d)
  • Hyundai Oilbank Daesan Refinery (Hyundai Oilbank), 275,000 bbl/d (43,700 m3/d)

Syria

  • Homes Refinery
  • Banias Refinery

Taiwan

  • Talin Refinery (CPC), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)
  • Kaohsiung Refinery (CPC), 270,000 bbl/d (43,000 m3/d)
  • Taoyuan Refinery (CPC), 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d)
  • Mailiao Refinery (Formosa Petrochemical), 450,000 bbl/d (72,000 m3/d)

Thailand

  • Thai Oil Refinery (Thai Oil Company of PTT), 275,000 bbl/d (43,700 m3/d)
  • IRPC Refinery (IRPC PLC of PTT), 215,000 bbl/d (34,200 m3/d)
  • PTT Global Chemical Refinery (PTT Global Chemical PLC of PTT), 145,000 bbl/d (23,100 m3/d)
  • SPRC Refinery (Star Petroleum Refining Company of PTT), 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d)
  • Bangchak Refinery (Bangchak Petroleum of PTT), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d)
  • Sri Racha Refinery (ExxonMobil), 170,000 bbl/d (27,000 m3/d)
  • Rayong Purifier Refinery (Rayong Purifier Company), 17,000 bbl/d (2,700 m3/d)

Turkmenistan

  • Seidi, 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d)
  • Turkmenbashi, 116,000 bbl/d (18,400 m3/d)

United Arab Emirates

(Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company), 817,000 bbl/d (129,900 m3/d)

Vietnam

Yemen

  • Aden Refinery (Aden Refinery Company), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d)
  • Marib Refinery (Yemen Hunt Oil Company), 10,000 bbl/d (1,600 m3/d)

Europe

Albania

Austria

  • Schwechat Refinery (OMV), 176,000 bbl/d (28,000 m3/d)

Azerbaijan

  • Haydar Aliev Refinery (SOCAR), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d)
  • Azerineftyag Refinery (SOCAR), 239,000 bbl/d (38,000 m3/d)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Bosanski Brod Refinery Nestro, a subsidiary of JSC Zarubezhneft (Russia)

Belarus

  • Mozyr Refinery (Slavneft),[6] 95,000 bbl/d (15,100 m3/d)
  • Novopolotsk Refinery (Naftan), [7] 88,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d)

Belgium

  • Total Antwerp Refinery (Total), 360,000 bbl/d (57,000 m3/d)
  • ExxonMobil Antwerp Refinery (ExxonMobil), 333,000 bbl/d (52,900 m3/d)
  • Antwerp N.V. Refinery (Vitol), 35,000 bbl/d (5,600 m3/d)
  • Independent Belgian Refinery, Antwerp (Gunvor), 115,000 bbl/d (18,300 m3/d)

Bulgaria

Croatia

  • Rijeka Refinery (INA), 90,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d)
  • Sisak Refinery (INA), 60,000 bbl/d (9,500 m3/d)

Czech Republic

  • Litvinov Refinery (Česká Rafinérská), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d)
  • Kralupy Refinery (Česká Rafinérská), 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d)
  • Pardubice Refinery (PARAMO), 15,000 bbl/d (2,400 m3/d), the refinery was shut in 2009, now it is only a distribution terminal

Denmark

  • Kalundborg Refinery (Statoil), 110,000 bbl/d (17,000 m3/d)
  • Fredericia Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell), 68,000 bbl/d (10,800 m3/d)

Finland

France

  • Provence Refinery (Total), 155,000 bbl/d (24,600 m3/d)
  • Normandy Refinery (Total), 350,000 bbl/d (56,000 m3/d)
  • Flandres Refinery (Total), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d) Closed
  • Donges Refinery (Total), 231,000 bbl/d (36,700 m3/d)
  • Feyzin Refinery (Total), 119,000 bbl/d (18,900 m3/d)
  • Grandpuits Refinery (Total), 99,000 bbl/d (15,700 m3/d)
  • Port Jérôme-Gravenchon Refinery (ExxonMobil), 270,000 bbl/d (43,000 m3/d)
  • Fos-sur-Mer Refinery (ExxonMobil), 140,000 bbl/d (22,000 m3/d)
  • Reichstett Refinery (Petroplus), 77,000 bbl/d (12,200 m3/d) Closed
  • Petit Couronne Refinery (Petroplus), 142,000 bbl/d (22,600 m3/d) Closed
  • Berre L'Etang Refinery (LyondellBasell), 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d)
  • Fort de France Refinery (Total), 17,000 bbl/d (2,700 m3/d)

Germany

  • Schwedt Refinery (PCK Raffinerie(Shell/Rosneft/BP/AET), 210,000 bbl/d (33,000 m3/d)
  • Ingolstadt Refinery (Bayernoil(OMV/Agip/Rosneft/BP)), 262,000 bbl/d (41,700 m3/d) - shut down in 2010 - still running 08_04_2013
  • Ingolstadt Refinery (Gunvor), 110,000 bbl/d (17,000 m3/d)
  • Ruhr Öl Refinery (Rosneft/BP), 266,000 bbl/d (42,300 m3/d)
  • Buna SOW Leuna Refinery (Total), 222,000 bbl/d (35,300 m3/d)
  • Wilhelmshaven Refinery (Hestya), 300,000 bbl/d (48,000 m3/d) turned into storage terminal
  • Rheinland Werk Godorf Cologne Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell), 190,000 bbl/d (30,000 m3/d)
  • Rheinland Werk Wesseling Cologne Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d)
  • Mineralölraffinerie Oberrhein - Mineraloil Refinery Upper-Rhine (Karlsruhe) (MiRO(Shell/ExxonMobil/Rosneft/BP/Phillips 66)) 285,000 bbl/d (45,300 m3/d)
  • Burghausen Refinery (OMV) 70,000 bbl/d (11,000 m3/d)
  • TOTAL Refinery Mitteldeutschland (Total) 227,000 bbl/d (36,100 m3/d)
  • Emsland Lingen Refinery (BP) 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d)
  • Elbe Mineralölwerke Hamburg-Harburg Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell; an agreement to sell to Nynas was announced on 12 December 2011)
  • Holborn Europa Raffinerie GmbH Hamburg (Holborn) 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)
  • Raffinerie Heide www.heiderefinery.com(Klesch) 90,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d)

Greece

Hungary

  • Szazhalombatta Refinery (MOL), 161,000 bbl/d (25,600 m3/d)
  • Tiszaujvaros Refinery (MOL), 0 bbl/d (0 m3/d) /crude oil processing finished

Ireland

  • Whitegate Refinery (Phillips 66), 71,000 bbl/d (11,300 m3/d)

Italy

  • Sarpom Trecate, Novara Refinery (ExxonMobil 74.1%/ERG 25.9%), 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d)
  • Esso Augusta Refinery (ExxonMobil), 190,000 bbl/d (30,000 m3/d)
  • Rome Refinery (Total 77.5%/ERG 22.5%), 90,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d) Closed June 2012
  • Falconara Marittima Ancona Refinery (API), 85,000 bbl/d (13,500 m3/d)
  • Mantova Refinery (IESItaliana), 55,000 bbl/d (8,700 m3/d) Closed January 2013
  • Impianti Sud Refinery (ISAB ERG), 214,000 bbl/d (34,000 m3/d)
  • Impianti Nord Refinery (ISAB ERG), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d)
  • Milazzo Refinery (Eni/KNPC) 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d)
  • Sannazzaro de' Burgondi Refinery (Eni) 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d)
  • Gela Refinery (Eni) 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d) Closed, being converted into biorefinery
  • Taranto Refinery (Eni) 90,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d)
  • Livorno Refinery (Eni) 84,000 bbl/d (13,400 m3/d)
  • Porto Marghera Venice Refinery (Eni) 70,000 bbl/d (11,000 m3/d) Closed, converted into biorefinery, restarted production June 2014 (capacity less than 6,000 barrels/day)
  • Cremona Refiney (Tamoil) 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d) Closed March 2011
  • Iplom Refinery,[19] Busalla
  • Sarroch Refinery, Sardegna (Saras S.p.A.) 300,000 bbl/d (48,000 m3/d)

Lithuania

Macedonia

Netherlands

Norway

Poland

  • Plock Refinery (PKN Orlen), 276,000 bbl/d (43,900 m3/d)
  • Gdansk Refinery (Grupa LOTOS), 210,000 bbl/d (33,000 m3/d) (processing capacity after second distillation startup in 1Q2010).
  • Czechowice Refinery (Grupa LOTOS), 12,000 bbl/d (1,900 m3/d), crude oil processing terminated 1Q2006.
  • Trzebinia Refinery, (PKN Orlen), 4,000 bbl/d (640 m3/d)
  • Jaslo Oil Refinery (Grupa LOTOS), 3,000 bbl/d (480 m3/d), crude oil processing terminated 4Q2008.
  • Jedlicze Refinery (PKN Orlen), 2,800 bbl/d (450 m3/d)
  • Glimar Refinery (Hudson Oil), 3,400 bbl/d (540 m3/d), all operations (incl. crude oil processing) terminated 2005. Acquired 2011.

Portugal

  • Porto Refinery (Galp Energia), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)
  • Sines Refinery (Galp Energia), 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d)

Romania

Russia

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

Europe

  • Syzran Refinery (Rosneft), 213,400 bbl/d (33,930 m3/d)
  • Novokuibyshevsk Refinery (Rosneft), 191,500 bbl/d (30,450 m3/d)
  • Kuibyshev Oil Refinery (Rosneft), 139,800 bbl/d (22,230 m3/d)
  • Salavatnefteorgsintez Refinery (Gazprom, Salavat), 250,000 bbl/d (40,000 m3/d)
  • Volgograd Refinery (LUKOIL), 193,000 bbl/d (30,700 m3/d)
  • Ukhta Refinery (LUKOIL), 72,000 bbl/d (11,400 m3/d)
  • Perm Refinery (LUKOIL), 235,000 bbl/d (37,400 m3/d)
  • NORSI-oil (LUKOIL, Kstovo), 292,000 bbl/d (46,400 m3/d)
  • Ryazan Refinery (Rosneft), 253,000 bbl/d (40,200 m3/d)
  • Orsk Refinery (Russneft), 159,000 bbl/d (25,300 m3/d)
  • Chernigov Refinery (ZAO "Chernigovskiy Npz"), 159,000 bbl/d (25,300 m3/d)
  • Saratov Refinery (Rosneft), 108,000 bbl/d (17,200 m3/d)
  • Moscow Refinery (Gazprom Neft/Central Fuel Company/Tatneft), 213,000 bbl/d (33,900 m3/d)
  • Kirishi Refinery (Surgutneftegas), 337,000 bbl/d (53,600 m3/d)
  • YaNOS Yaroslavl Refinery (Slavneft), 132,000 bbl/d (21,000 m3/d)
  • Krasnodar Refinery (Russneft), 58,000 bbl/d (9,200 m3/d)
  • Tuapse Refinery (Rosneft), 85,000 bbl/d (13,500 m3/d)
  • Nizhnekamsk Refinery (TAIF), 14,000 bbl/d (2,200 m3/d)
  • Krasnoleninsky Refinery (KNPZ KRASNOLENINSKY REFINERY), 210,400 bbl/d (33,450 m3/d)
  • Ufa Refinery (Bashneft), 190,000 bbl/d (30,000 m3/d)
  • Novo-Ufa Refinery (Bashneft), 380,000 bbl/d (60,000 m3/d)
  • Ufaneftekhim Refinery (Bashneft), 250,000 bbl/d (40,000 m3/d)

Asia

  • Achinsk Refinery (Rosneft), 131,000 bbl/d (20,800 m3/d)
  • Angarsk Petrochemical Refinery (Rosneft), 384,000 bbl/d (61,100 m3/d)
  • Khabarovsk Refinery (Alliance), 85,000 bbl/d (13,500 m3/d)
  • Komsomolsk Refinery (Rosneft), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d)
  • Nizhnevartovsk Refinery (Rosneft), 25,100 bbl/d (3,990 m3/d)
  • Omsk Refinery (Gazprom Neft), 380,000 bbl/d (60,000 m3/d)

Serbia

Slovakia

Spain

  • Bilbao Refinery (Petronor), 220,000 bbl/d (35,000 m3/d)
  • Puertollano Refinery (Repsol), 140,000 bbl/d (22,000 m3/d)
  • Tarragona Refinery (Repsol), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d)
  • A Coruña Refinery (Repsol), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d)
  • Cartagena Refinery, (Repsol), 220,000 bbl/d (35,000 m3/d)
  • Tenerife Refinery (CEPSA), 90,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d)
  • Palos de la Frontera Refinery (CEPSA), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)
  • Gibraltar-San Roque Refinery (CEPSA), 240,000 bbl/d (38,000 m3/d)
  • Castellon Refinery (BP), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)

Sweden

Switzerland

  • Cressier Refinery (Vitol), 68,000 bbl/d (10,800 m3/d)
  • Collombey-Muraz Refinery (Tamoil), 45,000 bbl/d (7,200 m3/d) closed (end of March 2015)

Turkey

  • Central Anatolian Refinery (Tüpraş), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)
  • Izmit Refinery (Tüpraş), 226,000 bbl/d (35,900 m3/d)
  • Aliaga Refinery (Tüpraş), 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d)
  • Batman Refinery (Tüpraş) 22,000 bbl/d (3,500 m3/d)
  • Doğu Akdeniz Petrol Refinery (Çalık Holding) (still under construction)
  • Star Refinery (Petkim) (Turcas-Socar) (still under construction)

Ukraine

  • Odessa Refinery (LUKOIL), 70,000 bbl/d (11,000 m3/d)
  • LINOS Refinery (TNK-BP), 320,000 bbl/d (51,000 m3/d)
  • Kherson Refinery (Alliance), 36,000 bbl/d (5,700 m3/d)
  • Kremenchuk Refinery (Ukrtatnafta) 368,500 bbl/d (58,590 m3/d)
  • Drogobych Refinery (Pryvat) 40,000 bbl/d (6,400 m3/d)
  • Neftekhimik Prikarpatya Nadvirna Refinery (Pryvat) 39,000 bbl/d (6,200 m3/d)

United Kingdom

England
Scotland
Wales

North America

Aruba

  • Aruba Refinery (Valero) 275,000 bbl/d (43,700 m3/d)

Canada

Newfoundland and Labrador

Nova Scotia

New Brunswick

Quebec

Ontario

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

  • Nico López Refinery (Cupet) 122,000 bbl/d (19,400 m3/d)
  • Hermanos Díaz Refinery (Cupet) 102,500 bbl/d (16,300 m3/d)
  • Cienfuegos Refinery (Cupet) 76,000 bbl/d (12,100 m3/d)

Curaçao

  • Isla Refinery (PDVSA) 320,000 bbl/d (51,000 m3/d)

Costa Rica

  • Puerto Limón Refinery (Recope), 8,000 bbl/d (1,300 m3/d) (start-up 1967) 2006, 25,000 bbl/d (4,000 m3/d)

Dominican Republic

  • Haina Refinery (REFIDOMSA) 33,000 bbl/d (5,200 m3/d) (start-up 1973)

El Salvador

  • Refinería Petrolera de Acajutla S.A. de C.V. (RASA) (Puma Energy) 22,000 bbl/d (3,500 m3/d) (start-up 1962)

Guatemala

  • Puerto Barrios Refinery (TEXACO-out of service) 12,500 bbl/d (1,990 m3/d)
  • La Libertad Refinery (Perenco)

Honduras

  • Puerto Cortés Refinery (REFTEXA) (TEXACO) 16,000 bbl/d (2,500 m3/d)

Jamaica

  • Kingston Refinery (PetroJam & PDVSA) 50,000 bbl/d (7,900 m3/d)

Mexico

Nicaragua

  • Cuesta del Plomo-Managua (Puma Energy) 20,900 bbl/d (3,320 m3/d) (start-up 1962)

Trinidad and Tobago

United States

As of January 2014, there are 136 operating oil refineries in the United States per the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).[24]

Alabama

Alaska

Arkansas

  • El Dorado Refinery (Lion Oil), El Dorado 83,000 bbl/d (13,200 m3/d)
  • Smackover Refinery (Cross Oil Refining & Marketing Inc by Martin Midstream Partners LP), Smackover 7,500 bbl/d (1,190 m3/d)

California

Colorado

Delaware

Georgia

Hawaii

  • Kapolei Refinery (Hawaii Pacific Energy, LLC a subsidiary of PAR Petroleum Corp), Ewa Beach (Kapolei) 94,000 bbl/d (14,900 m3/d)
  • Hawaii Refinery (Chevron), Honolulu 54,000 bbl/d (8,600 m3/d)

Illinois

Indiana

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Michigan

Minnesota

Mississippi

Montana

Nevada

  • Eagle Springs Refinery (Foreland Refining), Currant 1,700 bbl/d (270 m3/d)

New Jersey

New Mexico

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

Pennsylvania

South Dakota

  • Hyperion Elk Point Refinery and IGCC powerplant (Hyperion Energy Center), Elk Point, South Dakota, 400,000 bbl/d (64,000 m3/d) (Construction estimated after August 2012)

Tennessee

  • Memphis Refinery (Valero), Memphis 180,000 bbl/d (29,000 m3/d)

Texas

Utah

Virginia

Washington

West Virginia

  • Newell Refinery (Ergon), Newell 19,400 bbl/d (3,080 m3/d)

Wisconsin

  • Superior Refinery (Calumet Specialty Products LLC), Superior 33,000 bbl/d (5,200 m3/d)

Wyoming

US Virgin Islands

  • St Croix Refinery (HOVENSA) 494,000 bbl/d (78,500 m3/d) shutdown in Apr 2012

Oceania

Australia

New South Wales

Victoria

  • Geelong Refinery (Vitol), 130,000 bbl/d (21,000 m3/d), Geelong
  • Altona Refinery (ExxonMobil), about 75,000 bbl/d (11,900 m3/d), Altona North (refinery reduced from 2 trains to 1 train between 2000–2004)

Queensland

South Australia

Western Australia

New Zealand

Papua New Guinea

  • InterOil Refinery (InterOil), 32,500 bbl/d (5,170 m3/d)

South America

Argentina

  • La Plata Refinery (YPF) 189,000 bbl/d (30,000 m3/d)
  • Buenos Aires Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell) 110,000 bbl/d (17,000 m3/d)
  • Luján de Cuyo Refinery (YPF) 105,500 bbl/d (16,770 m3/d)
  • Esso Campana Refinery (Axion Energy) 84,500 bbl/d (13,430 m3/d)
  • San Lorenzo Refinery (Refisan S.A.) 38,000 bbl/d (6,000 m3/d) (start-up 1938)
  • Plaza Huincul Refinery (YPF) 25,000 bbl/d (4,000 m3/d) (start-up 1919)
  • Campo Duran Refinery (Refinor) 32,000 bbl/d (5,100 m3/d)
  • Bahía Blanca Refinery (Petrobras) 28,975 bbl/d (4,606.7 m3/d)
  • Avellaneda Refinery (Destilerías Argentinas de Petróleos, DAPSA) 1,300 bbl/d (210 m3/d)

Bolivia

  • Gualberto Villarael Cochabamba Refinery (YPFB) 40,000 bbl/d (6,400 m3/d)
  • Guillermo Elder Bell Santa Cruz Refinery (YPFB) 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d)
  • Carlos Montenegro Sucre Refinery (Refisur SA) 3,000 bbl/d (480 m3/d)
  • Reficruz 2,000 bbl/d (320 m3/d)
  • Refinería Oro Negro SA 2,000 bbl/d (320 m3/d)

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

  • Barrancabermeja-Santander Refinery (Ecopetrol), 252,000 bbl/d (40,100 m3/d) (start-up 1922), in process to expansion to 300,000 bbl/d (48,000 m3/d) and increase the conversion.
  • Cartagena Refinery (Reficar S.A.), 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d) (start-up 1957), in process expansion to 165,000 bbl/d (26,200 m3/d)
  • Apiay Refinery (Ecopetrol), 2,250 bbl/d (358 m3/d)
  • Orito Refinery (Ecopetrol), 1,800 bbl/d (290 m3/d)
  • Tibu Refinery (Ecopetrol), 1,800 bbl/d (290 m3/d)

Ecuador

  • Esmeraldas Refinery (Petroecuador), 110,000 bbl/d (17,000 m3/d) (start-up 1978)
  • La Libertad Refinery (Petroecuador), 45,000 bbl/d (7,200 m3/d)
  • Shushufindi Refinery (Petroecuador), 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d)

Paraguay

Perú

  • Refinería La Pampilla Ventanilla/Lima (Repsol YPF) 102,000 bbl/d (16,200 m3/d), 5 Mtpa
  • Refinería de Talara (Petroperú) 65,000 bbl/d (10,300 m3/d) (start-up 1917) with FCC unit
  • Refinería Iquitos Loreto (Petroperú) 12,000 bbl/d (1,900 m3/d) (start-up 1982)
  • Refinería Conchan (Petroperú) 15,000 bbl/d (2,400 m3/d) (start-up 1961)
  • Refinería Pucallpa (Maple Gas) 3,250 bbl/d (517 m3/d)
  • Refinería El Milagro (Petroperú) 1,500 bbl/d (240 m3/d) (start-up 1994)
  • Refinería Shiviyacu (Pluspetrol) 2,000 bbl/d (320 m3/d) (start-up 1950)

Suriname

  • Staatsolie Refinery (Staatsolie) 7,000 bbl/d (1,100 m3/d)

Uruguay

  • La Teja Montevideo Refinery (ANCAP) 40,000 bbl/d (6,400 m3/d) (start-up 1937)

Venezuela

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