List of oil refineries

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This is a list of oil refineries. The Oil & Gas Journal 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 some countries, the refinery list is further categorized state-by-state. The list 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.

This article contains a list of 697 oil refineries as of January 2020.

World's largest refineries[edit]

No. Name of refinery Location Barrels per day
1 Jamnagar Refinery (Reliance Industries Limited) Jamnagar, Gujarat, India 1,240,000[1]
2 Paraguana Refinery Complex (PDVSA) Punto Fijo, Falcón, Venezuela 940,000[1]
3 SK Energy Ulsan Refinery (SK Energy) Ulsan, South Korea 850,000[1]
4 Ruwais Refinery (Abu Dhabi National Oil Company) Ruwais, UAE 817,000[1]
5 Yeosu Refinery (GS Caltex) Yeosu, South Jeolla, South Korea 730,000[1]
6 Onsan Refinery (S-Oil) Ulsan, South Korea 669,000[1]
7 Port Arthur Refinery (Saudi Aramco) Port Arthur, Texas, United States 635,000[2]
8 Jurong Island Refinery (ExxonMobil) Jurong Island, Singapore 605,000[1]
9 Galveston Bay Refinery (Marathon Petroleum) Texas City, Texas, United States 585,000[3]
10 Baytown Refinery (ExxonMobil) Baytown, Texas, United States 560,500[2]
11 Garyville Refinery (Marathon Petroleum) Garyville, Louisiana, United States 556,000[4]
12 Ras Tanura Refinery (Saudi Aramco) Ras Tanura, Saudi Arabia 550,000[1]
13 Baton Rouge Refinery (ExxonMobil) Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States 540,000[2]
14 Mailiao Refinery (Formosa Petrochemical Corporation) Mailiao Township, Taiwan 540,000[2]
15 Shell Pulau Bukom Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell) Bukom Island, Singapore 500,000[5]
16 Abadan Refinery (NIOC) Abadan, Iran 450,000[1]

Africa[edit]

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Algeria[edit]

  • Skikda Refinery (Sonatrach), 350,000 bbl/day (16,50 million tonne/year)
  • Skikda condensate Refinery (Sonatrach), 100,000 bbl/day (5,00 million tonne/year)
  • Adrar Refinery (CNPC, Sonatrach), 12,500 bbl/day (0.600 million tonne/year)
  • Algiers Refinery (Sonatrach), 3.645 million tonne/year
  • Arzew Refinery (Sonatrach), 3.750 million tonne/year
  • Hassi Messaoud Refinery (Sonatrach), 5.00 million tonne/year (in construction commissioning in 2024)

Angola[edit]

Cameroon[edit]

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

Chad[edit]

  • Djarmaya Refinery (Societe d'Etude et d'Explotation de la Raffinerie (SEERAT)), 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d)

Congo[edit]

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

Congo, Democratic Republic[edit]

  • Muanda Refinery (SOCIR), 15,000 bbl/d (2,400 m3/d) (not in working order since 2000[7])

Egypt[edit]

  • 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)[8][9]
  • 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)
  • BASHANDYOIL fossil crude oil refinery, 300,000 barrels per day, at El Sokna, Suez (under construction)

Eritrea[edit]

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

Gabon[edit]

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

Ghana[edit]

Ivory Coast[edit]

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

Kenya[edit]

Libya[edit]

Madagascar[edit]

Mauritania[edit]

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

Morocco[edit]

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

Niger[edit]

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

Nigeria[edit]

South Africa[edit]

Sudan[edit]

  • El-Obeid Refinery (El Obeid Refinery Co), 15,000 bbl/d (2,400 m3/d)
  • Khartoum Refinery (Sudan Khartoum Refinery Company), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)
  • Port Sudan Refinery (Port Sudan Petroleum Refinery Limited), 21,700 bbl/d (3,450 m3/d) (decommissioned)

Tanzania[edit]

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

Tunisia[edit]

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

Uganda[edit]

  • Uganda Oil Refinery 60,000 bbl/d (9,500 m3/d) (planned; finance and contractors are still not finalised)

Zambia[edit]


Asia[edit]

Afghanistan[edit]

Bahrain[edit]

Bangladesh[edit]

  • Eastern Refinery (BPC), 33,000 bbl/d (5,200 m3/d)[14]
  • Petromax Refinery, 2,500 bbl/d (400 m3/d)[15]
  • Super Petrochemical (Pvt.) Ltd., 3,000 bbl/d (480 m3/d)[16]
  • Bashundhara Oil and Gas Company Ltd., 40,000 bbl/d (6,400 m3/d)[17]

China[edit]

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India[edit]

Assam[edit]

Bihar[edit]

Gujarat[edit]

Haryana[edit]

Karnataka[edit]

Madhya Pradesh[edit]

Punjab[edit]

West Bengal[edit]

Odisha[edit]

Uttar Pradesh[edit]

Maharashtra[edit]

Andhra Pradesh[edit]

Kerala[edit]

Tamil Nadu[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

  • Plaju Refinery (Pertamina), 118,000 bbl/d (18,800 m3/d)
  • Balongan Refinery (Pertamina), 125,000 bbl/d (19,900 m3/d)
  • Dumai Refinery (Pertamina), 170,000 bbl/d (27,000 m3/d)
  • Cilacap Refinery (Pertamina), 348,000 bbl/d (55,300 m3/d)
  • Balikpapan Refinery (Pertamina), 260,000 bbl/d (41,000 m3/d)
  • Cepu Refinery (Pusdiklat Migas Cepu), 3,800 bbl/d (600 m3/d)
  • Kasim Refinery (Pertamina), 10,000 bbl/d (1,600 m3/d)

Iran[edit]

  • Abadan Refinery (NIODC), 450,000 bbl/d (72,000 m3/d)
  • Arvand oil refinery (Privately held company), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d)
  • Arak Refinery (NIODC), 250,000 bbl/d (40,000 m3/d)
  • Tehran Refinery (NIODC), 225,000 bbl/d (35,800 m3/d)
  • Isfahan Refinery (NIODC), 375,000 bbl/d (59,600 m3/d)
  • Tabriz Refinery (NIODC), 112,000 bbl/d (17,800 m3/d)
  • Shiraz Refinery (NIODC), 40,000 bbl/d (6,400 m3/d)
  • Lavan Refinery (NIODC), 60,000 bbl/d (9,500 m3/d)
  • Persian Gulf Star Oil Refinery (Privately held company[27]), 360,000 bbl/d (57,000 m3/d)
  • Kermanshah Refinery (NIODC), 25,000 bbl/d (4,000 m3/d)
  • Bandar Abbas Refinery (NIODC), 350,000 bbl/d (56,000 m3/d)
  • Pars Refinery (NIODC), 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d) (under construction)
  • Anahita Refinery (NIODC), 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d) (under construction)
  • Bahman Geno Refinery (NIODC), 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d) (under construction)

Iraq[edit]

Israel[edit]

Japan[edit]

Jordan[edit]

Kazakhstan[edit]

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

Kuwait[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

  • Melaka I Refinery (Petronas), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)[30]
  • Melaka II Refinery (Petronas/Phillips 66), 170,000 bbl/d (27,000 m3/d)[30]
  • Kertih Refinery (Petronas), 40,000 bbl/d (6,400 m3/d)
  • Hengyuan Port Dickson Refinery (Hengyuan Refining Company), 156,000 bbl/d (24,800 m3/d)
  • Petron Port Dickson Refinery (Petron), 88,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d)[31]
  • Kemaman Bitumen Refinery (TIPCO), 30,000 bbl/d (4,800 m3/d)[32]

Myanmar[edit]

Oman[edit]

Pakistan[edit]

Philippines[edit]

Qatar[edit]

  • Um Said Refinery (QP Refinery 100%), 147,000 bbl/d (23,400 m3/d)
  • Laffan Refinery 1 (Qatar Petroleum 51%, ExxonMobil 10%, Total 10%, Idemitsu 10%, Cosmo Oil Company 10%, Mitsui 4.5%, Marubeni 4.5%), 146,000 bbl/d (23,200 m3/d)
  • Laffan Refinery 2 (Qatar Petroleum 84%, Total 10%, Cosmo 2%, Idemitsu 2%, Mitsui 1% and Marubeni 1%), 146,000 bbl/d

Russia[edit]

Saudi Arabia[edit]

  • 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) - CLOSED
  • 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, KSA) (Saudi Aramco/Sinopec), 400,000 bbl/d (64,000 m3/d)[42]
  • Jazan Refinery (Saudi Aramco, scheduled to begin commissioning/start up 2022 at the earliest), 400,000 bbl/d (64,000 m3/d)
  • Jubail Refinery (SASREF) (Saudi Aramco/Shell), 305,000 bbl/d (48,500 m3/d)

Singapore[edit]

Sri Lanka[edit]

South Korea[edit]

  • 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 Innovation/SK Incheon Petrochem), 275,000 bbl/d (43,700 m3/d)
  • Hyundai Oilbank Daesan Refinery (Hyundai Oilbank), 690,000 bbl/d (110,000 m3/d)

Syria[edit]

Taiwan[edit]

Thailand[edit]

  • Thai Oil Refinery (Thai Oil Company of PTT Public Company Limited), 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), 280,000 bbl/d (45,000 m3/d)
  • SPRC Refinery (Star Petroleum Refining Company of PTT), 165,000 bbl/d (26,200 m3/d)
  • Bangchak Refinery (Bangchak Petroleum), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d)
  • Sri Racha Refinery (ExxonMobil), 177,000 bbl/d (28,100 m3/d)
  • Rayong Purifier Refinery (Rayong Purifier Company), 17,000 bbl/d (2,700 m3/d)

Turkey[edit]

  • STAR Refinery (Socar), 214,000 bbl/d (34,000 m3/d) (operating since end 2018)
  • Kirikkale Refinery (Tüpraş), 112,500 bbl/d (17,890 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) (under construction)
  • ATAŞ (Refinery) (BP-Royal Dutch Shell-Turcas) (closed)

Turkmenistan[edit]

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

United Arab Emirates[edit]

  • Abu Dhabi Refinery (Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company), 85,000 bbl/d (13,500 m3/d)
  • Fujairah VTTI Refinery (VITOL Group), 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d)
  • Fujairah ECOMAR Refinery, 7,500 bbl/d (1,190 m3/d)
  • Uniper - Fujairah (heavy crude oil flashers), 70,000 BPD
  • Ruwais Refinery (Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company), 817,000 bbl/d (129,900 m3/d) - 2 refineries
  • Jebel Ali Refinery ([ENOC]), 140,000 bbl/d (22,000 m3/d)
  • Al Nakheel Oil Refinery ([ANOR]) (closed)

Vietnam[edit]

Yemen[edit]

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

Europe[edit]

Albania[edit]

  • Ballsh Refinery (ARMO Oil Refiner), 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d)
  • Fier Refinery (ARMO Oil Refiner), 10,000 bbl/d (1,600 m3/d)
  • Bitex Refinery, Elbasan, Albania, 3,750 bbl/d (596 m3/d)

Austria[edit]

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

Azerbaijan[edit]

  • Haydar Aliyev Refinery (SOCAR), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d)
  • Azerneftyag Refinery (SOCAR), 2.3 million tonnes/year of crude oil, according to SOCAR’s latest annual report (2013)

Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

  • Bosanski Brod Refinery Nestro, a subsidiary of JSC Zarubezhneft (Russia), 1.5 million tons/annum & 30,000 bbl/day

Belarus[edit]

Belgium[edit]

  • 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) [46] Closed 2021 converted to distribution terminal.
  • Independent Belgian Refinery, Antwerp (Gunvor), 107,500 bbl/d (17,090 m3/d) - Closed in 2020 converted to distribution terminal.

Bulgaria[edit]

Croatia[edit]

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

Czech Republic[edit]

  • 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) - closed in 2009, converted to distribution terminal

Denmark[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • Porvoo Refinery (Neste), 206,000 bbl/d (32,800 m3/d)
  • Naantali Refinery (Neste Oil Oyj), 58,000 bbl/d (9,200 m3/d) Closed 2021 Converted to distribution terminal.

France[edit]

  • La Mede refinery (Total), 155,000 bbl/d (24,600 m3/d) - converted to biorefinery, and reopened 2019[47]
  • 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) Crude prossesing stopped in 2021 being converted in biorefinery and plastic recycling complex
  • 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), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d) - mothballed in 2011[48]
  • Fort de France Refinery (Total), 17,000 bbl/d (2,700 m3/d)
  • Lavera Oil Refinery (Ineos), 210,000 bbl/d (33,300m3/d)[49]

Germany[edit]

Greece[edit]

Hungary[edit]

Ireland[edit]

  • Whitegate Refinery (Irving Oil), 71,000 bbl/d (11,300 m3/d)

Italy[edit]

  • Sarpom Trecate, Novara Refinery (ExxonMobil 74.1%/ERG 25.9%), 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d)
  • Sonatrach Augusta Refinery (formerly Esso Italiana, affiliate of ExxonMobil), 190,000 bbl/d (30,000 m3/d)
  • Rome Refinery (Total S.A. 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 (IES Italiana), 55,000 bbl/d (8,700 m3/d) - closed January 2013
  • Lukoil Impianti Sud Refinery (ISAB ERG), 214,000 bbl/d (34,000 m3/d)
  • Lukoil Impianti Nord Refinery (ISAB ERG), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d)
  • Milazzo RAM Refinery (Eni, Kuwait Petroleum Italia SPA) 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 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) Crude prossessing being stopped 2022
  • 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 Busalla Refinery (IPLOM), 1.890.000 ton/annum capacity
  • Sarlux Sarroch Refinery (Saras S.p.A.) 300,000 bbl/d (48,000 m3/d)

Lithuania[edit]

Netherlands[edit]

North Macedonia[edit]

Norway[edit]

Poland[edit]

  • 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 (including crude oil processing) terminated 2005, acquired 2011

Portugal[edit]

  • Porto Refinery (Galp Energia), 110,000 bbl/d (17,000 m3/d), Closed in 2021.
  • Sines Refinery (Galp Energia), 220,000 bbl/d (35,000 m3/d)

Romania[edit]

Russia[edit]

Serbia[edit]

Slovakia[edit]

Spain[edit]

  • 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)
  • Tarragona Asphalt Refinery (ASESA), 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d)
  • A Coruña Refinery (Repsol), 125,000 bbl/d (19,900 m3/d)
  • Cartagena Refinery (Repsol), 220,000 bbl/d (35,000 m3/d)
  • Tenerife Refinery (CEPSA), 90,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d) - To be closed in 2030
  • Palos de la Frontera Refinery (CEPSA), 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 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) Nelson Complexity Index 10.58[10]

Sweden[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

  • Cressier Refinery (VaroEnergy), 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

Ukraine[edit]

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

United Kingdom[edit]

England
Scotland
Wales

North & Central America[edit]

Aruba[edit]

  • Aruba Refinery (Valero) 275,000 bbl/d (43,700 m3/d) - closed in 2012; to be converted to terminal[48]

Canada[edit]

General information[edit]

As of 2018, Canadian refineries process 1,600,000 bbl/d (250,000 m3/d) of crude oil, and produce 1,900,000 bbl/d (300,000 m3/d) of petroleum products.[55][56]

Alberta[edit]

British Columbia[edit]

New Brunswick[edit]

Newfoundland and Labrador[edit]

Ontario[edit]

Quebec[edit]

Saskatchewan[edit]

Cuba[edit]

Curaçao[edit]

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

Costa Rica[edit]

  • Puerto Limón Refinery (Recope) (start-up 1967), not operational since 2011 25,000 bbl/d (4,000 m3/d)

Dominican Republic[edit]

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

El Salvador[edit]

  • Refinería Petrolera de Acajutla S.A. de C.V. (Puma Energy) 22,000 bbl/d (3,500 m3/d) (start-up 1962) closed in October 2012 to become a terminal.

Guatemala[edit]

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

Honduras[edit]

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

Jamaica[edit]

Martinique[edit]

Mexico[edit]

Nicaragua[edit]

  • Managua Refinery (MANREF)-Managua (Puma Energy) 21,000 bbl/d (3,300 m3/d) (Formerly ESSO/ExxonMobil) (start-up 1962)

Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

United States[edit]

As of January 2015, there were 137 operating oil refineries in the United States per the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).[59]

Alabama[edit]

Alaska[edit]

Arkansas[edit]

  • El Dorado Refinery (Delek), 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[edit]

Colorado[edit]

Delaware[edit]

Georgia[edit]

  • Savannah Refinery (Nustar Asphalt Refining LLC by NuStar Energy), Savannah, (Asphalt Refinery) 28,000 bbl/d (4,500 m3/d)

Hawaii[edit]

  • Kapolei Refinery (Par Hawaii Refining, LLC a subsidiary of Par Pacific Holdings), Ewa Beach (Kapolei), 93,500 bbl/d (14,870 m3/d). The single remaining refinery in Hawaii now also includes refining assets previously owned and operated as "Hawaii Refinery" by Chevron Corporation (Chevron) with up to 54,000 bbl/d (8,600 m3/d) in additional capacity. Chevron sold their Hawaii Refinery to newly formed Island Energy Services LLC in 2016, and IES sold the refining assets to Par Hawaii Refining, LLC in 2018 but retained Terminal and pipeline assets.

Illinois[edit]

Indiana[edit]

Kansas[edit]

Kentucky[edit]

Louisiana[edit]

Michigan[edit]

Minnesota[edit]

Mississippi[edit]

Montana[edit]

Nevada[edit]

  • Eagle Springs Refinery (Foreland Refining), Ely, 2,000 bbl/d (320 m3/d)

New Jersey[edit]

New Mexico[edit]

North Dakota[edit]

Ohio[edit]

Oklahoma[edit]

Pennsylvania[edit]

Tennessee[edit]

Texas[edit]

Utah[edit]

Washington[edit]

West Virginia[edit]

  • Newell Refinery (Ergon), Newell, 22,300 bbl/d (3,550 m3/d)

Wisconsin[edit]

Wyoming[edit]

US Virgin Islands[edit]

  • St Croix Refinery (HOVENSA) 494,000 bbl/d (78,500 m3/d) - closed in 2012
  • BP Limetree has rebuilt and been licensed to operate refinery at 300,000 bbl/d (48,000 m3/d)

Oceania[edit]

Australia[edit]

New South Wales

Victoria

Queensland

South Australia

Western Australia

New Zealand[edit]

Papua New Guinea[edit]

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

South America[edit]

Argentina[edit]

  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

Chile[edit]

Colombia[edit]

  • 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.), 165,000 bbl/d (26,200 m3/d) (start-up 1957)
  • 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[edit]

  • 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[edit]

Perú[edit]

  • Refinería La Pampilla Ventanilla/Lima (Repsol) 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[edit]

Uruguay[edit]

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

Venezuela[edit]

See also[edit]

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