Sunday, February 20, 2011

Top 10 Largest Refining Companies in Asia, the USA and Western Europe -- OGJ

by David Rachovich

Largest Refining Companies in Asia, the USA and Western Europe 

Region
Rank

Company


No. of Refineries

Crude Capacity, barrels per calendar day (b/cd)*
Asia

1.
Sinopec (China)
27
3,971,000
2.
CNPC (China)
25
2,615,000
3.
ExxonMobil (USA)
10
1,937,500
4.
JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corp. (Japan)
7
1,423,200
5.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC (NL/UK)
13
1,324,875
6.
Indian Oil Co. Ltd. (India)
11
1,274,293
7.
Reliance Industries Ltd. (India)
2
1,240,000
8.
Pertamina (Indonesia)
8
1,011,825
9.
SK Corp. (South Korea)
1
817,000
10.
Chinese Petroleum Corp. (CPC, Taiwan)
3
770,000
USA

1.
ConocoPhillips (USA)
13
2,226,200
2.
ExxonMobil Corp. (USA)
7
2,043,000
3.
Valero Energy Corp. (USA)
12
1,999,660
4.
BP PLC (UK)
6
1,476,575
5.
Marathon Oil Corp. (USA)
7
1,188,000
6.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC (NL/UK)
8
971,250**
7.
Chevron Corp. (USA)
5
941,000
8.
PDVSA (Venezuela)
4
849,400***
9.
Sunoco Inc. (USA)
4
825,000
10.
Flint Hills Resources (USA)
3
816,525
Western Europe

1.
Total SA (France)
15
2,121,085
2.
ExxonMobil Corp. (USA)
9
1,668,000
3.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC (NL/UK)
11
1,551,801
4.
Agip Petroli SPA (Italy)
10
876,117
5.
BP PLC (UK)
8
868,954
6.
Repsol YPF SA (Spain)
5
709,200
7.
TUPRAS (Turkey)
4
613,275
8.
ConocoPhillips (USA)
4
610,125
9.
Petroplus (Switzerland)
5
581,000
10.
CEPSA (Spain)
3
427,000

Notes: In table above, Shell exchanged positions with JX Nippon Oil and Indian Oil Co. Ltd. moved up in the Asia list (9 to 6); for the USA, Valero moved to No. 3 from No. 2 on the strength of closings or sales (please read notes here). ExxonMobil moved up to No. 2; Petroplus in Western Europe dropped to 9 from 6. – Please read Warren R. True and Leena Koottungal, "Global Capacity Growth Slows, But Asian Refineries Bustle," OGJ, Dec 6, 2010.
*Includes partial interests in refineries not wholly owned by the company.
**Includes Shell's stakes in Motiva and its 50% stake in the Deer Park, Texas, refinery.
***Consists of PDVSA's ownership of Citgo and its 50% stake in the ExxonMobil Chalmette, Louisiana, refinery.   

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