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Petroleum refineries in the world consist of oil refineries located in 6 continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, North Central America, South America and Oceania Australia). The oil refineries in these continents are given in detail below.

African
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Algeria

  • 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) 

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Angola

  • Cabinda Refinery (Chevron Corporation), 16,000 bbl/d (2,500 m3/d) 

  • Luanda Refinery (Sonangol), 56,000 bbl/d (8,900 m3/d) 

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Cameroon

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

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Chad

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

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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[7]) 

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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)[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) 

  • Egyptian Refining Co.ERC 

  • Mostorod,Egypt (80,000bbl/d) 

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Eritrea

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

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Gabon

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

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Ghana

  • Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) 45,000 bbl/d (7,200 m3/d) 

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Ivory Coast

  • Abidjan Refinery (SIR), 68,000 bbl/d (10,800 m3/d) 

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

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Kenya

  • Mombasa Refinery (KPRL), 70,000 bbl/d (11,000 m3/d), Nelson Complexity Index 2.64[10] 

  • Lamu Refinery Lamu Port and Lamu-Southern Sudan-Ethiopia Transport Corridor 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d) (planned; finance and contractors are still not finalised) 

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Libya

  • Zawiya Refinery (National Oil Corporation), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d) 

  • Ra's Lanuf Refinery (National Oil Corporation), 220,000 bbl/d (35,000 m3/d) 

  • El-Brega Refinery (National Oil Corporation), 10,000 bbl/d (1,600 m3/d) 

  • Sarir Refinery (Arabian Gulf Oil Company), 10,000 bbl/d (1,600 m3/d) 

  • Tobruk Refinery (Arabian Gulf Oil Company), 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d)

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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)

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Morocco

  • Mohammedia Refinery (SAMIR), 127,000 bbl/d (20,200 m3/d) - closed 

  • Sidi Kacem (SAMIR), 50,000 bbl/d (7,900 m3/d) - closed 

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Niger

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

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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) 

  • Waltersmith Refinery (Waltersmith Refining and Petrochemical Company), 5,000 bbl/d (790 m3/d) 

  • Dangote Refinery (Dangote Group), 650,000 bbl/d (103,000 m3/d) - (Under construction; estimated completion is Q4-2022) 

  • Azikel Refinery (Azikel Petroleum), 12,000 bbl/d (1,900 m3/d) - (Under Construction; estimated completion is summer 2023) 

  • Ogbele Refinery (Niger Delta Petroleum Resources), 11,000 bbl/d (1,700 m3/d) 

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South Africa

  • Cape Town Refinery (Chevref) (Chevron South Africa), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)[11] 

  • Engen Refinery (Enref) (Petronas), 135,000 bbl/d (21,500 m3/d)[11] 

  • Sapref Refinery (a joint venture of Royal Dutch Shell and BP) (Sapref), 180,000 bbl/d (29,000 m3/d)[11] Nelson Complexity Index 8.44[10] 

  • Sasol Refinery (Secunda CTL) (Sasol), 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d)[11] (crude equivalent) 

  • Natref Refinery (a joint venture between Sasol and Total South Africa), 108,000 bbl/d (17,200 m3/d)[11] 

  • Mossel Bay GTL Refinery (PetroSA), 45,000 bbl/d (7,200 m3/d)[11]

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Sudan

  • 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) 

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Tanzania

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

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Tunisia

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

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Uganda

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

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Zambia

  • Indeni Petroleum Refinery, 25,000 bbl/d (4,000 m3/d) 

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Afghanistan 

  • Ghazanfar Oil Refinery, (Ghazanfar Group) Hairatan, Balkh 11,874 barrels per day[12] 

  • Kam Oil Refinery, (Kam Group) Hairatan, Balkh 11,874 barrels per day

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Bahrain

  • Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco), 267,000 barrels per day[13] 

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Bangladesh

  • 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] 

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China

  • Fushun Petrochemical Refinery, Fushun Petrochemical Company (CNPC), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d) 

  • Sinopec Anqing Company Refinery, 110,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Beijing Yanshan Company Refinery, 165,000 bbl/day 

  • China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina) Lanzhou Refiner, 112,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec CPCC Guangzhou Branch Refinery, 150,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Maoming Company Refinery, 265,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Beihai Company Refinery, 12,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Cangzhou Company Refinery, 70,000 bbl/day 

  • China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina) Daqing Petrochemical Refinery, 122,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Luoyang Company, 100,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Jingmen Company, 100,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Wuhan Company Refinery, 80,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec CPCC Changling Company Refinery, 100,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Jinling Company Refinery, 265,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Jiujiang Company Refinery, 98,000 bbl/day 

  • China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina) Jilin Chemical Refinery, 115,000 bbbl/day 

  • China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina) Dalian Petrochemical Refinery, 144,000 bbl/day 

  • China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina) Fushun Petrochemical Refinery, 186,000 bbl/day 

  • China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina) Jinxi Refinery, 112,000 bbl/day 

  • China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina) Jinzhou Petrochemical Refinery, 112,000 bbl/day 

  • WEPEC Dalain Refinery, 200,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Jinan Company, 21,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Qilu Company Refinery, 195,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Shanghai Gaoqiao Oil Refinery, 220,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Tianjin Company Refinery, 100,000 bbl/day 

  • China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina) Dushanzi Refinery, 120,000 bbl/day 

  • China National Petroleum Corporation (PetroChina) Ürümqi Petrochemical, 101,000 bbl/day 

  • Sinopec Zhenhai Refinery, 345,000 bbl/day 

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India

  • Bongaigaon Refinery (IOC), Bongaigaon 2.35 million tonnes per year[20] 

  • Digboi Refinery (IOC), Upper Assam, India's Oldest Refinery, 0.62 million tonnes per year[21] 

  • Guwahati Refinery (IOC), Noonmati, Guwahati, 1.0 million tonnes per year[22] 

  • Numaligarh Refinery (NRL), Golaghat District, 3.0 million tonnes per year[23] 

  • Barauni Refinery (IOC), near Patna, 6.0 million tonnes per year[24] Nelson Complexity Index 7.8 [25] 

  • Nayara Refinery (Rosneft), 406,000 bbl/d (64,500 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 12.8[26] 

  • Gujarat Refinery (IOC), Vadodara Nelson Complexity Index 10.0 [27] 

  • Jamnagar Refinery Reliance Industries, Jamnagar, world's largest petroleum refinery, 2,200,000 bbl/d (350,000 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 21.1[28] 

  • Panipat Refinery, 15 million tonnes per year. Nelson Complexity Index 10.5 [25] 

  • Mangalore Refinery (MRPL), 199,000 bbl/d (31,600 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 10.6 [29] 

  • Bina (Bharat Oman Refinery Limited), 116,000 bbl/d (18,400 m3/d) 

  • Guru Gobind Singh Refinery, Bathinda with capacity of 11.2 million tonnes per year or 230,000 barrels per day. Nelson Complexity Index 12.6 [30] 

  • Haldia Refinery (IOC), 116,000 bbl/d (18,400 m3/d)Nelson Complexity Index 10.4 [25] 

  • Paradip Refinery (IOC), 303,000 bbl/d (48,200 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 12.2[31] 

  • Mathura Refinery (IOC), 156,000 bbl/d (24,800 m3/d) 

  • Mumbai Refinery (HPCL), 107,000 bbl/d (17,000 m3/d) 

  • Mumbai Refinery Mahaul (BPCL), 135,000 bbl/d (21,500 m3/d) 

  • Visakhapatnam Refinery (HPCL), 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d) 

  • Tatipaka Refinery (Oil & Natural Gas Corporation), 1,600 bbl/d (250 m3/d) 

  • Kochi Refinery (BPCL), 310,000 bbl/d (49,000 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 10.8 [32] 

  • Manali Refinery (CPCL), Chennai 185,000 bbl/d (29,400 m3/d)[33] 

  • Cuddalore Refinery (NOCL), 125,000 bbl/d (19,900 m3/d)[34] 

  • Nagapattnam Refinery (CPCL), 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d) 

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Indonesia 

  • 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)

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Iran

  • Abadan Refinery (NIODC), 450,000 bbl/d (72,000 m3/d) 

  • Arvand oil refinery (NIODC), 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 (NIODC[35]), 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) 

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Iraq

  • Basrah Refinery (Iraq National Oil Company), 210,000 bbl/d (33,000 m3/d) 

  • Daurah Refinery (Iraq National Oil Company), 180,000 bbl/d (29,000 m3/d) 

  • Kirkuk Refinery (Iraq National Oil Company), 170,000 bbl/d (27,000 m3/d) 

  • Baiji Salahedden Refinery (Iraq National Oil Company), 70,000 bbl/d (11,000 m3/d) 

  • Baiji North Refinery (Iraq National Oil Company), 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d) 

  • Khanaqin/Alwand Refinery (Iraq National Oil Company), 10,500 bbl/d (1,670 m3/d) 

  • Samawah Refinery (Iraq National Oil Company), 27,000 bbl/d (4,300 m3/d) 

  • Haditha Refinery (Iraq National Oil Company), 14,000 bbl/d (2,200 m3/d) 

  • Muftiah Refinery (Iraq National Oil Company), 4,500 bbl/d (720 m3/d)

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Israel

  • Ashdod Oil Refineries (Paz Oil Company), 108,000 bbl/d (17,200 m3/d) 

  • Haifa Refinery (BAZAN Group), 197,000 bbl/d (31,300 m3/d) 

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Japan

  • (Chiba Refinery) (Cosmo Oil Company), 240,000 bbl/d (38,000 m3/d) 

  • Yokkaichi Refinery (Cosmo Oil Company), 175,000 bbl/d (27,800 m3/d) 

  • Sakai Refinery (Cosmo Oil) (Cosmo Oil Company), 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d) 

  • Sakaide Refinery (Cosmo Oil Company), 140,000 bbl/d (22,000 m3/d) 

  • Muroran Refinery (JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy), 180,000 bbl/d (29,000 m3/d) 

  • Sendai Refinery (JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy), 145,000 bbl/d (23,100 m3/d) 

  • Negishi Yokohama Refinery (JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy), 340,000 bbl/d (54,000 m3/d) 

  • Osaka Refinery (JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy), 115,000 bbl/d (18,300 m3/d) Closed 2020 converted to an asphalt-fired power plant.[36] 

  • Mizushima Refinery (JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy), 250,000 bbl/d (40,000 m3/d) 

  • Marifu Refinery (JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy), 127,000 bbl/d (20,200 m3/d) 

  • Toyama Refinery (Nihonkai Oil JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy), 60,000 bbl/d (9,500 m3/d) 

  • Kubiki Refinery (Teikoku Oil), 4,410 bbl/d (701 m3/d) 

  • Chiba Refinery (Kyokuto) (Kyokuto Petroleum/ExxonMobil), 175,000 bbl/d (27,800 m3/d) 

  • Kawasaki Refinery (JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy/ExxonMobil), 335,000 bbl/d (53,300 m3/d) 

  • Wakayama Refinery (JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy/ExxonMobil), 170,000 bbl/d (27,000 m3/d) 

  • Sakai Refinery (JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy) (JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy/ExxonMobil), 156,000 bbl/d (24,800 m3/d) 

  • Nishihara Refinery (Nansei sekiyu/Petrobras), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d) 

  • Keihin Refinery (Toa Oil/Royal Dutch Shell), 185,000 bbl/d (29,400 m3/d) 

  • Showa Yokkaichi Refinery (Showa Yokkaichi/Royal Dutch Shell), 210,000 bbl/d (33,000 m3/d) 

  • Yamaguchi Refinery (Seibu Oil/Royal Dutch Shell), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d) 

  • Sodegaura Refinery (Fuji Oil Company), 192,000 bbl/d (30,500 m3/d) 

  • Kashima Refinery (Kashima Oil Company/Japan Energy), 210,000 bbl/d (33,000 m3/d) 

  • Mizushima Refinery (Japan Energy) (Japan Energy), 205,200 bbl/d (32,620 m3/d) 

  • Shikoku Refinery (Taiyo Oil), Taiyo Oil 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d) 

  • Ohita Refinery (Kyusyu Oil), Kyusyu Oil 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d) 

  • Hokkaido Refinery (Idemitsu Kosan), 140,000 bbl/d (22,000 m3/d) 

  • Chiba Refinery (Idemitsu) (Idemitsu Kosan), 220,000 bbl/d (35,000 m3/d) 

  • Aichi Refinery (Idemitsu Kosan), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d) 

  • Tokuyama Refinery (Idemitsu Kosan), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d) 

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Jordan

  • Jordan Refinery, Zarqa, Az Zarqa (Jordan Petroleum Refinery Company), 90,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d)[37] 

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Kazakhstan

  • 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) 

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Kuwait

  • Mina Al-Ahmadi Refinery (Kuwait National Petroleum Company), 470,000 bbl/d (75,000 m3/d) 

  • Shuaiba Refinery (Kuwait National Petroleum Company), 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d) - shut down in April 2017 

  • Mina Abdullah Refinery (Kuwait National Petroleum Company), 270,000 bbl/d (43,000 m3/d) 

  • Al Zour Refinery, Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC), 615,000 bbl/day (under construction; targeted commissioning 2019-2020) 

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Malaysia

  • Pengerang Refining Company Sdn Bhd (PRefChem Refining) (Petronas and Saudi Aramco Joint Venture), Pengerang, 300,000 bbl/d (48,000 m3/d)[38] 

  • Malaysian Refining Company Sdn Bhd (MRCSB) (Petronas), Melaka, 300,000 bbl/d (48,000 m3/d)[39] 

  • PSR-1, Melaka I Refinery (formerly known as Petronas Penapisan (Melaka) Sdn Bhd)[40] (Petronas), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)[41] 

  • PSR-2, Melaka II Refinery (formerly operated by Petronas and Phillips 66 Joint Venture)[42] (Petronas), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)[41] 

  • Petronas Penapisan (Terengganu) Sdn Bhd (PP(T)SB) (Petronas), Kerteh, 124,000 bbl/d (19,700 m3/d)[39] 

  • Hengyuan Refining Company Berhad (formerly known as Shell Refining Company (Federation of Malaya) Berhad)[43] (HRC), Port Dickson, 156,000 bbl/d (24,800 m3/d) 

  • Port Dickson Refinery (Petron), Port Dickson, 88,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d)[44] 

  • Kemaman Bitumen Refinery (TIPCO), Kemaman, 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)[45] 

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Myanmar

  • Thanlyin Refinery (Myanma Petrochemical Enterprise[permanent dead link]), 20,000 bbl/d (3,200 m3/d) 

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Oman

  • Mina Al Fahal, Oman Refinery Company (ORPIC), 106,000 bbl/d (16,900 m3/d) 

  • Sohar Refinery Company (SRC) (ORPIC), 116,000 bbl/d (18,400 m3/d) 

  • Duqm Refinery Company (DRC) (Duqmrefinery), 230,000 bbl/d (37,000 m3/d) CLOSE TO START UP 

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Pakistan

  • Pak-Arab Refinery Ltd. Multan (PARCO), Multan, Punjab 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d) 

  • National Refinery (NRL), Korangi, Karachi, Sindh 64,000 bbl/d (10,200 m3/d) 

  • Attock Refinery Ltd. (ARL), Rawalpindi, Punjab 53,400 bbl/d (8,490 m3/d)[46] 

  • Byco Petroleum (Byco), Hub, Baluchistan 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d) 

  • Pakistan Refinery (PRL), Korangi Creek, Karachi, Sindh 50,000 bbl/d (7,900 m3/d) 

  • Enar Petroleum Refinery Training Facility (Enar), Gadap, Karachi, Sindh 3,000 bbl/d (480 m3/d) 

  • PARCO Coastal Refinery (PARCO) Khalifa Point, Lasbela, Balochistan 250,000 bbl/d (40,000 m3/d) (under construction) 

  • Gwadar Refinery (ARAMCO) Gwadar District, Balochistan 250,000 bbl/d (40,000 m3/d) (cancelled, plans to relocate)[47][48] 

  • Indus Oil Refinery, (Indus) Karachi, Sindh 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d) (under construction, stalled) 

  • Grace Refinery Limited (GRL) Kot Addu, Muzaffargarh, Punjab (120,000 bbl/d) (under construction) 

  • Al Motahedon Petroleum Refineries Kohat, KP (50,000 bbl/d) (under construction)[49] 

  • Khyber Refinery (Pvt) Ltd, Kushalgarh, Kohat, KP 20,000 bbl/d (under construction)[50][51][52] 

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Philippines

  • Bataan Refinery (Philippine National Oil Company), Limay, Bataan 180,000 bbl/d (29,000 m3/d) 

  • Tabangao Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell), Tabangao, Batangas 110,000 bbl/d (17,000 m3/d) - ceased refinery operations 2021 and converted into an import terminal.[53] 

  • Batangas Refinery (Caltex (Chevron)), Batangas City, Batangas 86,000 bbl/d (13,700 m3/d) - ceased operation in 2003 to give way to a P750-million finished product import terminal[54] 

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Qatar

  • Um Said Refinery (QP Refinery 100%), 147,000 bbl/d (23,400 m3/d) 

  • Laffan Refinery 1 (QatarEnergy 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 (QatarEnergy 84%, Total 10%, Cosmo 2%, Idemitsu 2%, Mitsui 1% and Marubeni 1%), 146,000 bbl/d 

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Russia

  • Achinsk Refinery (Rosneft), 129,000 bbl/d (20,500 m3/d) 

  • Angarsk Petrochemical Refinery (Rosneft), 194,000 bbl/d (30,800 m3/d) 

  • Khabarovsk Refinery (АО "ННК-Хабаровский НПЗ"::Главная), 86,000 bbl/d (13,700 m3/d) 

  • Komsomolsk Refinery (Rosneft), 143,000 bbl/d (22,700 m3/d) 

  • Nizhnevartovsk Refinery (Rosneft), 27,000 bbl/d (4,300 m3/d) 

  • Novoshakhtinsk Oil Refinery, 172,600 bbl/d (27,440 m3/d) [55] 

  • Omsk Refinery (Gazprom Neft), 362,000 bbl/d (57,600 m3/d) 

  • Tobolsk Petrochemical Refinery (Sibur), 138,000 bbl/d (21,900 m3/d) 

  • Yaya Refinery (NefteKhimService), 57,000 bbl/d (9,100 m3/d) 

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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) - 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/ExxonMobil), 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)[56] 

  • 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), 305,000 bbl/d (48,500 m3/d) 

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Singapore

  • ExxonMobil Jurong Island Refinery (ExxonMobil), 605,000 bbl/d (96,200 m3/d) 

  • SRC Jurong Island Refinery (Singapore Petroleum Company), 290,000 bbl/d (46,000 m3/d) 

  • Shell Pulau Bukom Refinery (Royal Dutch Shell), 500,000 bbl/d (79,000 m3/d)

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Singapore

  • Sapugaskanda Refinery (Ceylon Petroleum Co.), 51,000 bbl/d (8,100 m3/d) 

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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 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) 

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Syria

  • Homs Refinery[57] 

  • Banias Refinery[57] 

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Taiwan

  • Dalin Refinery (CPC), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d) 

  • Kaohsiung Refinery (CPC), 270,000 bbl/d (43,000 m3/d) Ceased operations end 2015. 

  • Mailiao Refinery (Formosa Plastics Corp), 540,000 bbl/d (86,000 m3/d) 

  • Taoyuan Refinery (CPC), 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d) 

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Thailand

  • 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) 

  • Sriracha Refinery (ExxonMobil), 177,000 bbl/d (28,100 m3/d) 

  • Rayong Purifier Refinery (Rayong Purifier Company), 17,000 bbl/d (2,700 m3/d)

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Turkey

  • 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)

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Turkmenistan

  • Seidi, 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d) 

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

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United Arab Emirates

  • 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) 

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Vietnam

  • Dung Quat Refinery (Petrovietnam), 148,000 bbl/d (23,500 m3/d) 

  • Nghi Sơn Refinery (Nghi Son Refinery and Petrochemical LLC), 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d)

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Yemen

  • 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)

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Aruba

  • Aruba Refinery (Valero) 275,000 bbl/d (43,700 m3/d) - closed in 2012; to be converted to terminal[63] 

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Canada General Information 

  • 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.[70][71] 

Alberta

British Columbia

New Brunswick 

Newfoundland and Labrador 

  • North Atlantic Refinery, Come by Chance (North Atlantic Refining), 130,000 bbl/d (21,000 m3/d)

Ontario

Quebec

Saskatchewan 

Cuba

Curaçao 

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

Costa Rica

  • Puerto Limón Refinery (Recope) (start-up 1967), not operational since 2011 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. (Puma Energy) 22,000 bbl/d (3,500 m3/d) (start-up 1962) closed in October 2012 to become a terminal. 

Guatemala

  • Puerto Barrios Refinery (Texaco-out of use) 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) - closed 

Jamaica

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

Martinique 

  • Fort de France (SARA) 16,000 bbl/d (2,500 m3/d) 

Mexico

Nicaragua

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

Trinidad and Tobago 

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United States 

  • As of January 2015, there were 137 operating oil refineries in the United States per the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA).[74] 

Alabama

Alaska

Arkansas

  • 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

Colorado

  • Commerce City Refinery (Suncor Energy), Commerce City, 103,000 bbl/d (16,400 m3/d)[2] 

Delaware

  • Delaware City Refinery (Delaware City Refining Co LLC by PBF Energy), Delaware City, 182,200 bbl/d (28,970 m3/d)[2] Nelson Complexity Index 11.3[98] 

Georgia

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

Hawaii

  • 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

India

  • Whiting Refinery (BP Products Inc by BP), Whiting, 430,000 bbl/d (68,000 m3/d), Nelson Complexity Index 9.73[10] 

  • Mount Vernon Refinery (Countrymark Co-op), Mount Vernon, 27,100 bbl/d (4,310 m3/d) 

Kansas

  • Coffeyville Refinery (Coffeyville Resources by CVR Energy), Coffeyville, 115,000 bbl/d (18,300 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 12.9[99] 

  • El Dorado Refinery (HollyFrontier), El Dorado, 138,000 bbl/d (21,900 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 11.8[100] 

  • McPherson Refinery (CHS Inc.), McPherson, 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d)[101] 

Kentucky

  • Catlettsburg Refinery (Marathon Petroleum Company), Catlettsburg, 277,000 bbl/d (44,000 m3/d) 

  • Somerset Refinery (Continental Refining Company), Somerset, 5,500 bbl/d (870 m3/d)[102] 

Louisiana

  • Alliance Refinery (Phillips 66), Belle Chasse, 253,600 bbl/d (40,320 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 12.0. Closed 2021 

  • Baton Rouge Refinery (ExxonMobil), Baton Rouge, 540,000 bbl/d (86,000 m3/d) 

  • Chalmette Refinery (PBF Energy), Chalmette, 189,000 bbl/d (30,000 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 12.7[103] 

  • Convent Refinery (Shell Oil Company), Convent, 235,000 bbl/d (37,400 m3/d) Closed 2020 conversion into a low-carbon alternative energy facility considered. 

  • Cotton Valley Refinery (Calumet Specialty Products Partners), Cotton Valley, 13,020 bbl/d (2,070 m3/d) 

  • Garyville Refinery (Marathon Petroleum Company), Garyville, 556,000 bbl/d (88,400 m3/d) 

  • Krotz Springs Refinery (Delek), Krotz Springs, 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d) 

  • Lake Charles Refinery (Calcasieu Refining), Lake Charles, 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d) 

  • Lake Charles Refinery (Citgo), Lake Charles, 427,800 bbl/d (68,010 m3/d) 

  • Lake Charles Refinery,(Pelican Refining), Lake Charles, 150,000 bbl/d (24,000 m3/d) 

  • Lake Charles Refinery (Phillips 66), Westlake, 260,000 bbl/d (41,000 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 11.2[104] 

  • Meraux Refinery (Valero), Meraux, 125,000 bbl/d (19,900 m3/d), Nelson Complexity Index 9.7[69] 

  • Norco Refinery (Shell Oil Company), Norco, 238,000 bbl/d (37,800 m3/d) 

  • Port Allen Refinery (Placid Refining), Port Allen, 60,000 bbl/d (9,500 m3/d)[105] 

  • Princeton Refinery (Calumet Specialty Products Partners), Princeton, 8,300 bbl/d (1,320 m3/d) 

  • Shreveport Refinery (Calumet Specialty Products Partners), Shreveport, 57,000 bbl/d (9,100 m3/d) 

  • St. Charles Refinery (Valero), Norco, 215,000 bbl/d (34,200 m3/d), Nelson Complexity Index 16.0[69] 

  • St. Rose Refinery (Shell Oil Company, St. Rose, 45,000 bbl/d (7,200 m3/d) 

Michigan

  • Marathon Detroit Refinery (Marathon Petroleum Company), Detroit, 139,000 bbl/d (22,100 m3/d) 

Minnesota

  • Pine Bend Refinery (Flint Hills Resources by Koch Industries), Rosemount, 339,000 bbl/d (53,900 m3/d) 

  • St. Paul Park Refinery (Marathon Petroleum Company), St. Paul Park, 97,800 bbl/d (15,550 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 11.5[106] 

Montana 

  • Billings Refinery (Phillips 66), Billings, 59,000 bbl/d (9,400 m3/d) 

  • Billings Refinery (ExxonMobil), Billings, 60,000 bbl/d (9,500 m3/d) 

  • Calumet Montana Refining (Calumet Specialty Products Partners), Great Falls, 24,500 bbl/d (3,900 m3/d) 

  • Laurel Refinery (CHS Inc.), Laurel, 59,600 bbl/d (9,480 m3/d) 

Nevada

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

New Jersey

New Mexico

North Dakota

Ohio

Oklahoma

  • Ardmore Refinery (Valero), Ardmore, 86,000 bbl/d (13,700 m3/d), Nelson Complexity Index 12.1[69] 

  • Ponca City Refinery (Phillips 66Ponca City, 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d) 

  • Tulsa Refinery East & West (HollyFrontier), Tulsa, 155,300 bbl/d (24,690 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 14.0[112] 

  • Wynnewood Refinery (Wynnewood Refining by CVR Energy) Wynnewood, 70,000 bbl/d (11,000 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 9.3[99] 

Pennsylvania

Tennessee 

  • Memphis Refinery (Valero), Memphis 180,000 bbl/d (29,000 m3/d), Nelson Complexity Index 7.9[69] 

Texas

Utah

Washington 

West Virginia 

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

Wisconsin 

  • Superior Refinery (Husky Energy), Superior, 38,000 bbl/d (6,000 m3/d)

Wyoming

US Virgin Islands 

  • 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) 

    

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Albania

  • 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) 

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Austria

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

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Azerbaijan

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Bosnia and Herzegovina

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

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Belarus

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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) [60] 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. 

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Bulgaria

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Croatia

  • Rijeka Refinery (INA), 90,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d) 

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

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Czech Republic

  • Litvinov Refinery (Orlen Unipetrol), 120,000 bbl/d (19,000 m3/d) 

  • Kralupy Refinery (Orlen Unipetrol), 80,000 bbl/d (13,000 m3/d) 

  • Pardubice Refinery (PARAMO, owned by Orlen Unipetrol), 15,000 bbl/d (2,400 m3/d) - closed in 2009, converted to distribution terminal

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Denmark

  • Kalundborg Refinery (Klesch), 110,000 bbl/d (17,000 m3/d) 

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

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Finland

  • 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. 

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France

  • Normandy Refinery (Total), 350,000 bbl/d (56,000 m3/d) 

  • Port Jérôme-Gravenchon Refinery (ExxonMobil), 270,000 bbl/d (43,000 m3/d) 

  • Donges Refinery (Total), 231,000 bbl/d (36,700 m3/d) 

  • Lavera Oil Refinery (PetroIneos), 210,000 bbl/d (33,300m3/d)[61] 

  • La Mede refinery (Total), 155,000 bbl/d (24,600 m3/d) - converted to biorefinery, and reopened 2019[62] 

  • Fos-sur-Mer Refinery (ExxonMobil), 140,000 bbl/d (22,000 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 

  • Fort de France Refinery (Total), 17,000 bbl/d (2,700 m3/d) 

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Germany

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Greece

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Hungary

  • Szazhalombatta Refinery (MOL), Szazhalombatta, Pest 161,000 bbl/d (25,600 m3/d)[66] 

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Ireland

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Italy

  • Sarlux Sarroch Refinery (Saras S.p.A.) 300,000 bbl/d (48,000 m3/d) 

  • Lukoil Impianti Sud Refinery (ISAB ERG), 214,000 bbl/d (34,000 m3/d) 

  • Milazzo RAM Refinery (Eni, Kuwait Petroleum Italia SPA) 200,000 bbl/d (32,000 m3/d) 

  • 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) 

  • Lukoil Impianti Nord Refinery (ISAB ERG), 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d) 

  • Sannazzaro de' Burgondi Refinery (Eni) 160,000 bbl/d (25,000 m3/d) 

  • Falconara Marittima Ancona Refinery (API), 85,000 bbl/d (13,500 m3/d) 

  • Taranto Refinery (Eni) 90,000 bbl/d (14,000 m3/d) 

  • Iplom Busalla Refinery (IPLOM), 1.890.000 ton/annum capacity 

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Lithuania

  • Mažeikių Refinery (Mazeikiu Nafta - PKN Orlen), 263,000 bbl/d (41,800 m3/d) 

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Netherlands

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North Macedonia

  • OKTA Skopje Refinery (Hellenic Petroleum), 50,000 bbl/d (7,900 m3/d) 

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Norway

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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 (including crude oil processing) terminated 2005, acquired 2011

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Portugal

  • Sines Refinery (Galp Energia), 220,000 bbl/d (35,000 m3/d) 

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

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Romania

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Russia

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Serbia

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Scotland

  • Grangemouth Refinery (Petroineos, a joint venture of Ineos and PetroChina), 205,000 bbl/d (32,600 m3/d) 

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Slovakia

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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) 

  • 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] 

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Sweden

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Switzerland

  • 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 

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Ukraine

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United Kingdom

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Wales

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South America

Texas

Utah

Washington 

West Virginia 

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

Wisconsin 

  • Superior Refinery (Husky Energy), Superior, 38,000 bbl/d (6,000 m3/d)

Wyoming

US Virgin Islands 

  • 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) 

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Australia

New South Wales 

Victoria

Queensland 

South Australia 

  • Port Stanvac Refinery (ExxonMobil), 100,000 bbl/d (16,000 m3/d), Lonsdale - mothballed in 2003, closed in 2009 

Western Australia 

  • Kwinana Oil Refinery (BP), Kwinana 138,000 bbl/d (21,900 m3/d), Nelson Complexity Index 7.70[10] - closed in 2021 and converting to terminal[117] 

New Zealand

  • Marsden Point Oil Refinery (Refining NZ), Whangarei 96,000 bbl/d (15,300 m3/d) Nelson Complexity Index 8.12[10] - closing in 2022 and converting to terminal 

Papua New Guinea 

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

Australia