|Traded as||SIX: PPHN|
|Industry||Oil and gas|
|Thomas D. O'Malley, CEO
Karyn F. Ovelmen, CFO
|Revenue||US$20 billion (2010)|
Number of employees
Petroplus Holdings AG was Europe's largest independent oil refiner by capacity. When, the now defunct company, was first formed in 1993 it was known as Petroplus International N.V. being based in the Netherlands. In August 1998, it was listed on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In April 2005, it was delisted from the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange when the company was acquired by a holding company. In November 2006, the company went public on the Swiss Stock Exchange.
In 1997, it acquired the Antwerp N.V. Refinery from the Daewoo Group.
In May 2006, it bought the BRC Antwerp Refinery for $511m from Sovereign Holding Ltd (Bermuda).
In April 2008, it bought the Petit Couronne Refinery and Reichstett Refinery, located in France from Shell for $785m.
In December 2011 a $1bn credit line to the company was frozen by its bank lenders. The company was planning to shut down some refineries if negotiations to restore the credit failed. The chief executive said they would do all they could to avoid bankruptcy.  On the 24th of January 2012, Petroplus announced that they are filing for insolvency after it defaulted on $1.75 billion of senior notes and convertible bonds. 
- Antwerp N.V. Refinery (Belgium) sold to VTTI
- BRC Antwerp Refinery (Belgium) sold to Gunvor
- Coryton Refinery (UK) closed
- Cressier Refinery (Switzerland) sold to Varo Energy
- Ingolstadt Refinery (Germany) sold to Gunvor
- Petit Couronne Refinery (France) closed
- Reichstett Refinery (France) closed
- Teesside Refinery (UK) closed
- "Heating Oil Gains on Speculation Europe Diesel Imports to Rise", Bloomberg Businessweek, Jan. 4, 2012
- "Swiss oil refiner Petroplus sees credit lines blocked". BBC. 2012-01-05.
- "Petroplus set to file for insolvency". FT. 2012-01-24.