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Below is a list of refinery projects and new refineries worldwide published in World Refining & Fuels Today since 2006.
The Development column lists the type of project.
The Location column tells where in the country the project is.
The Company column tells what company or companies are building the project.
The Notes column provides the most recent information on the project.

Color key:
Black type = No change in the status of the project
Red type = Project has been cancelled
Green type = Project has been completed
Blue type = Status of the project has been updated

Country/Development

Location

Company

Canada
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade

Saint John, New Brunswick


Placentia Bay, Newfoundland
Strathcona, Alberta
Nova Scotia
Lvis near Quebec City
Regina
Newfoundland
Montreal
Edmonton

Irving Oil
Newfoundland and Labrador Refining
Beaver Hills Processing GP
Headwaters Inc.
Valero
Federated Co-operatives Ltd
Harvest Energy
Petro-Canada
Petro-Canada

U.S.
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Yuma, Arizona
Elk Point, S.D.

Arizona Clean Fuels


Hyperion

Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
efinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Upgrade

Douglas, Wyo.
Louisiana
Woods Cross, Utah
Mount Vernon, Ind.
El Dorado, Kan.
Garyville, La.
Port Arthur, Texas
Tulsa, Okla.
St. Charles, La
Port Arthur, Texas
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Detroit
Roxana, IL
Pacagoula, Miss.
Pasadena, Texas
Delaware City, Del.
Artesia, N.M.
Bakersfield, Calif.

Interline Resources
Kuwait Petroleum
Holly Corp.
CountryMark
Frontier Oil
Marathon
Motiva, Shell, Saudi Aramco
Sinclair
Valero
Valero
Hunt Refining
Marathon
ConocoPhillips/EnCana
Chevron
Astra Oil, Petrobras
Valero
Holly Corp.
Big West

Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade

Great Falls, Montana


Mandan
Anacortes, Wash.
Bellingham, Wash. (Cherry Point)
Whiting, Ind.
Bayway, NJ
Billings, Mont.
El Segundo, Calif.
Richmond, Calif.
Montana
Corpus Christi, Texas
Lemont, Ill.
Vicksburg, Miss.
Cheyenne, Wyo.
Lima, Ohio
Superior, Wisc.
Port Allen, La.

Connacher
Tesoro
Tesoro
BP
BP
ConocoPhillips
ConocoPhillips
Chevron
Chevron
CHS
Citgo
Citgo
Ergon
Frontier Oil
Husky Energy
Murphy Oil
Placid Refining

Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade

Toledo, Ohio
Philadelphia
Toledo, Ohio
Tulsa, Okla.
Kenai, Alaksa
Port Arthur, Texas
Baytown, Texas
Baton Rouge, La.
Deer Park, Texas

Sunoco
Sunoco
Sunoco
Sunoco
Tesoro
Total
ExxonMobil
ExxonMobil
Shell-Pemex

ESTIMATED TOTAL OUTPUT CAPACITIES OF PROPOSED PROJECTS


2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
Unspecified Date
GRAND TOTAL NORTH AMERICA

Today since 2006.

Capacity/Completion Date
Up to 300,000 b/d; 2019
300,000 b/d
36,500 b/d
50,000b/d crude expansion, and hydrocracker 2012
30,000 b/d to 130,000, completion in 2012
75,000 b/d increase to 190,000 b/d total
25,000 coker in 2009

150,000 b/d; completion in 2012


400,000 b/d 2014

5,000 b/d
5,000 b/d increase
Increase 12% or 3,000 b/d; mid-May 2008
10,000 b/d; complete 2008
180,000 b/d expansion 2010; 44,000 b/dcoker, 70,000 b/d hydrocracker
325,000 b/d expansion 2010; 80,000 b/d coker, 90,000 b/d hydrocracker
45,000 b/d expansion 2010, 20,000b/d coker
50,000 b/d crude 2010; 10,000 b/d coker, 50,000 hydrocracker
75,000 b/d crude 2010; 45,000 b/d coker, 50,000 hydrocracker
15,000 June 2010; 15,000 b/d hydrocracker
15,000 b/d expansion 2011, 28,000 b/d coker
50,000 b/d expansion; 65,000 b/d coker
2011
50,000 b/d expansion
20,000 b/d
85,000 b/d refinery will be expanded to 100,000 b/d
$700 million project will yield an additional 1 million b/d;
completion as early as 2011.

Slated to begin in 2009, funded through 2016


102,000 coker

15,000 b/d coker

35,000 b/d would be increased to 235,000 b/d

85,000 b/d total capacity; $375 expansion


50,000 b/d coker; 2011
2010
2010
2010
Barrels/Day
25,000
1,169,000
90,000
230,000
0
400,000
300,000
466,500
2,680,500

Notes

Fluor Canada contracted to perform front-end engineering and design. $8 billion joint venture could take as long as eight years to built once commencing construction
Company looking to restructure under bankrupcy procedings
US $284.9 million condensate refinery
In exploratory stages
Getting US $900 million upgrade to raise output of higher-value products and improve profitability
C$1.9 billion expansion; moving ahead, construction to begin in early 2009. WorleyParsons' Canadian subsidiary has been awarded an engineering, procurement and
$2 billion project delayed due to volatile financial markets.
Coker investment decision expected in second quarter.
Upgrade to process oil sands

County board has approved land-use change to allow application for rezoning. Will be supplied by Mexico, Canadian oil sands, Construction to begin in 2009, cost of $
To produce 255,000 b/d ultra-low sulfur gasoline; 169,000 b/d of ultra-low sulfur diesel; 40,000 b/d of jet fuel and 21,000 b/d of liquefied petroleum gas as well as 200 M

Construction completed July 2008; production testing complete December 2008.


KPC, Louisiana governor signed agreement to explore project
$100 million "maintenance turnaround" complete as of early November 2008; in the process of commissioning feedstock flexibility and expansion project
Nearing completion of a $20 million renovation
Planning a 30-day maintenance and expansion project on a 110,000 b/d crude unit at its refinery. The maintenance, scheduled for Mar. 1, 2008, will increase the refin
Working with Shaw Group, Shell Global Solutions; $3.2 billion project
$7 billion project. Ground broken Dec. 2007. GE Oil & Gas awarded contract to provide gas turbine power. Expansion project will make refinery largest in the U.S. and
Started construction of $1 billion expansion to increase the output of diesel and gasoline.
Has filed permit application with Louisiana DEQ; the company plans to expand the crude unit by 50,000 b/d, expand the coker by 10,000 b/d and expand the hydrocra
The company plans to increase crude throughput 75,000 b/d, add a 45,000 b/d coker, a 50,000 b/d hydrocracker and a 15,000 b/d hydrotreater
Birmingham's BE&K Inc. has been awarded a $300 million contract to boost output to 104,000 b/d
$1.9 billion expansion delayed as the company reevaluates project construction schedule, sets new timeline and cost estimates.
Construction and construction management contract awarded to Fluor in late Nov. 2008. $1.8B project to expand capability to process heavy oil sands crude and incre
Foster Wheeler subsidiary of Global Power Group awarded contract to design and supply two 20 megawatt shop-assembled steam generators. Upgrade to include rep
Project will expand capacity to 150,000 b/d
Coker repairs began in late March & should be done in 37 days. The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Controls (DNREC) Air and Waste
$240 million expansion on schedule for Q1 2009 completion.
Approved after long-standing debate under the agreement Big West will not use hydrofluoric acid in refining.

Considering increase of capacity to 15,000 b/d.


Invest $125 million into refinery over the next two years, will increase refining capacity.
Port of Tacoma has applied on behalf of Tesoro for 25% increase in crude distillation capacity
BP investing $1 billion over next 7 years to move ahead with several upgrade projects, many centering around equipment installation to remove sulfur from diesel.
Foster Wheeler awarded engineering, procurement and construction management contract; previously received contracts for the engineering, procurement and fabrica
Revamp, conversion up 4%
Upgrade refinery to process Canadian oil sands
Investments for heavier and higher sulfur crudes
Heavy sour crude project in 2008. The city council of Richmond, Calif., voted to approve upgrade in July 2008, replacing the hydrogen plant, power plant and reformer.
Almost complete. $400 million project that expands fuel production.
Upgrade to produce ULSD
Upgrade to produce ULSD
Studying possible expansion
Close to finishing crude and coker projects at the refinery; TIMEC awarded contract for projects at refinery
Decision on reconfiguration to process Alberta oil sands expected in early 2008. Considering upgrade that could cost up to $1 billion.
Has decided not to progress to detailed design engineering for $6B project until it can find a Canadian Oil Sands partner to provide crude in exchange for stake in the
Mustang has completed engineering, design, procurement and construction management for low-sulfur gasoline project including grassroots 20,000 b/d F

Has received permit form Ohio EPA;


Converted idle unit to produce ULSD
Plans to take full advantage of the recent worldwide growth in sweet crude oil availability
Project would have included distillate hydrotreater upgrade; company looking to sell refinery.
Company has completed $63 million coker unit enabling refinery to produce ULSD
$2.2 billion; Fluor awarded contract to build a 50,000 b/d coker. Air Products to supply hydrogen. New equipment for project delivered Jan. 2009.
ExxonMobil building new and modified process units to boost ULSD output. Jacobs Engineering Group contracted to perform engineering, procurement and constructi
ExxonMobil building new and modified process units to boost ULSD output. Jacobs Engineering Group contracted to perform engineering, procurement and constructi
Praxair awarded contract from Shell to supply hydrogen for production of ultra-low sulfur motor fuels.

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eight years to built once commencing construction in 2011, rather than 3-4 years as originally planned. Attributed to high costs, lack of skilled labor.

as been awarded an engineering, procurement and construction management contract.

an oil sands, Construction to begin in 2009, cost of $3 billion


1,000 b/d of liquefied petroleum gas as well as 200 MW of electrical power from an integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) plant. HEC expects construction to start in 2009 a

dstock flexibility and expansion project

e, scheduled for Mar. 1, 2008, will increase the refinerys 110,000 b/d crude unit, to about 120,000 b/d.

ion project will make refinery largest in the U.S. and top 10 in the world.

d the coker by 10,000 b/d and expand the hydrocracker by 50,000 b/d, had board of directors approval
nd a 15,000 b/d hydrotreater

ost estimates.
apability to process heavy oil sands crude and increase clean product yield to 89%.
ssembled steam generators. Upgrade to include replacing two old gasoline units, refinery's capacity would be unchanged, but gasoline production will increase by 600,000 gal/day,

and Environmental Controls (DNREC) Air and Waste Management agency held a hearing on construction permits. DNREC has made the preliminary determination to approve the p

ipment installation to remove sulfur from diesel.


ntracts for the engineering, procurement and fabrication of a 102,000 b/d, six-drum delayed coking unit and gas plant facilities. Increase motor fuels production 1.7 million gal/day. $

acing the hydrogen plant, power plant and reformer.

ost up to $1 billion.
artner to provide crude in exchange for stake in the plant. Possible spin-off plans shelved as well.
soline project including grassroots 20,000 b/d FCC gasoline hydrotreater. New unit is part of $63 million effort to upgrade and boost capacity from 55,000 b/d to 80,000

or project delivered Jan. 2009.


to perform engineering, procurement and construction.
to perform engineering, procurement and construction.

nstruction to start in 2009 and operations to begin in 2014. Union County residents voted to approve rezoning for refinery.

crease by 600,000 gal/day, $500 million project to be finished in 2010. Expanding to produce premium base oil.

ermination to approve the project, which will include upgrades to the refinerys crude unit and fluid coking unit.

duction 1.7 million gal/day. $3.8 billion project.

from 55,000 b/d to 80,000 b/d.

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Below is a list of refinery projects and new refineries worldwide published in World Refining & Fuels Today since 2006.
The Development column lists the type of project.
The Location column tells where in the country the project is.
The Company column tells what company or companies are building the project.
The Notes column provides the most recent information on the project.

Color key:
Black type = No change in the status of the project
Red type = Project has been cancelled
Green type = Project has been completed
Blue type = Status of the project has been updated

Country/Development

Location

Company

Argentina
Crude Refinery

Repsol, Petrobras, Pan American Energy,

Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Chevron, ExxonMobil
Chaco, Napesa
PDVSA
Pan American

Brazil
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansions
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion

Chaco province
TBA

Pernambuco (Abreu e Lima)


Cubatao
Sao Jose dos Campos
Guamare
Minas Gerais

Petrobras, PDVSA
Petrobras
Petrobras
Petrobras
Petrobras
Petrobras

Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Expansion

Rio Grande Norte


Maranho state
Ceara
Ceara
Parana State
Rio Grande do Sul

Petrobras
Petrobras
Petrobras
Petrobras
Petrobras
Petrobras, Repsol

Bolivia
Crude Refinery

Santa Cruz

Bolivia Petroleum Jaws

Central America
Crude Refinery

Panama, Honduras, Guatemala or Costa Rica

Ecopetrol, Reliance, Valero or Itochu

Chile
Refinery Expansion

Bio Bio

Enap

Colombia
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion

Cartagena
Barrancabermeja

Ecopetrol and Glencore


Ecopetrol

Costa Rica
Refinery Expansion

Limon

Recope

Cuba
Restarting of Mothballed RefinerCienfuegos
Refinery Upgrade
Santiago

PDV-CUPET S.A.

Dominica
Crude Refinery
Dominican Republic
Crude Refinery

Montecristi

Ecuador
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Modernization

Santa Domingo-El Beaterio


Esmeraldas

Petroecuador
Petroecuador

Refinery Modernization

Manabi Province, Pacific coast

Guatemala
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Petroecuador, PDVSA

Possibly Formosa
Reliance

Jamaica
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion

Kingston

Petrojam, PDVSA
Petrojam, PDVSA

Mexico
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Modernization
Crude Refinery
Refinery Modernization

Minatitln
Nuevo Len
Tula
Salamanca

Pemex
Pemex
Pemex
Pemex

Nicaragua
Crude Refinery

El Supremo Sueno de Bolivar

PDVSA

Panama
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Pacific Coast
Colon

Occidental Midstream Projects, Qatar Petro


Ecosel, Dutemp, Controlsud

Peru
Refinery Modernization
Refinery Expansion

La Pampilla
Talara

Repsol
Petroperu

Uruguay
Refinery Expansion

La Teja

ANCAP, PDVSA

Trinidad & Tobago


Crude Refinery

Point-a-Pierre

Petrotrin, Samsung

Venezuela
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Cabruta
Santa Ines

PDVSA
PDVSA

Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion

Caripito
El Palito

ESTIMATED TOTAL OUTPUT CAPACITIES OF PROPOSED PROJECTS


2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
Unspecified Date
GRAND TOTAL SOUTH AMERICA

PDVSA
PDVSA

Capacity/Completion Date

2009
100,000 b/d; 2014

200,000 b/d; 2011

80,000 b/d 2015

300,000 b/d, 2010


600,000 b/d; 2013
150,000 b/d 2012
150,000 b/d 2016

20,000 b/d

360,000 b/d

70,000 b/d
50,000 b/d

36,000 b/d

50,000 b/d

10,000 b/d

35,000 to 58,000 b/d 2009

300,000 b/d; 2013

360,000 b/d

Increase by 20,000 barrels, 2013

100,000, 2009
300,000 b/d; 2015

150,000 b/d

350,000 b/d
250,000 b/d

2010
62,000 b/d to 90,000 b/d

250,000 b/d

400,000 b/d
100,000 b/d; 2011

50,000, 2010
Completion in 2012
Barrels/Day
123,000
350,000
300,000
150,000
920,000
100,000
380,000
150,000
2,684,000
5,157,000

Notes
Capacity and location yet to be decided
The project will begin this month with the intention of beginning production in March or April of the next year.
Studying whether to construct refinery
Memorandum of understanding signed between Pan American and the Argentina government to enter second phase of study for a proposed $2.5B refinery.

5 new construction contracts awarded in mid-March, totaling $1.3 billion. Progress has been impeded by ongoing supply disputes between Petrobras and
Sweden's Skanska building sulfur recuperation unit, residual gas treatment unit
Agreement with Metso for long-term automation modernization project
Expansions at Replan, RPBC and Recap refineries
Transforming the Guamare Complex into a refinery. $66 million project will upgrade the fluid treatment stations.
Spending $1.1 billion to install new units

Will include a unit to produce gasoline and to improve the quality of diesel fuel, jet fuel and other petroleum products.
Petrobras and Japan's Marubeni Jan. 28 signed MOU to perform a joint study for the Premium 1 refinery. Construction could begin later in 2009.

Signed contracts totaling 4.7 billion reais (U.S. $3 billion) for a modernization project at its Repar refinery.
Skanska to build a hydrodesulphurization unit for $150 million. Total cost 430.2 million reais ($260.9 million).

Pemex will provide at least 80,000 b/d of crude to refinery; project is in jeopardy because none of the pre-qualified bidders submitted a bid for the project

Has submitted expansion plan to government

Petrobras, General Electric reportedly interested in stepping in to take Glencore's stake in refinery. Glencore nullified its participation in joint venture, citing global credi
Foster Wheeler Global Engineering and Construction Group subsidiaries awarded FEED and project management contracts for 2009 expansion that will increase outp

China signed off on 25-year, $1 billion to help Costa Rica expand refinery by 35,000 b/d to 60,000 b/d total. Also discussing feasibility of new 10 million mty refinery.

Cuban/Venezuelan effort completed for over $1.4 bln. The modernized refinery will start with the capacity to process 65,000 b/d of crude oil, which is expected to reach
Venezuela will fund the project, but it is not known how much the expansion would cost or when it would be done.

Discussed with Venezuela; opposed by government opposition party

Five companies have expressed interest

Spending about $18 million to place 70 kilometers of pipeline.


Repair and modernize

KBC Advanced Technologies and SK Corp. have been tapped for services in $5B project. Once the joint venture chooses the refinery configuration, it will commence c

Guatemalan president has visited Formosa seeking investment for possible $7.2 billion refinery
Company could build refinery

Expansion from 15,000 b/d, to 50,000 b/d began in 2007, expected done in 2009.
$500 millon cost

Mexico will complete a $2.5 billion expansion of the Minatitlan oil refinery in the second half of 2008.
$600 million upgrade to produce cleaner fuels
$9 billion refinery. Tula selected as location in mid-April. Pemex also announced it has received five bids to engineer and construct gasoline desulfurization
$3 billion project to reconfigure refinery to process residual fuels. In March, Pemex cancelled a sulfur recovery project amid transparency issues. Pemex al

Phase 1 scheduled to open Feb. 26, 2009; $25 million first phase of major project will allow storage for 602,000/bbls. Project completion reportedly has been delayed u

Feasibility for potential $8 billion refinery extended; findings were originally expected in Dec. 2008.
Companies interested in building $6.5 billion refinery

Upgrade to reduce sulfur by 2010


Upgrade to produce low-sulfur fuel; PetroPeru trying to get $1 billion loan, tender for environmental impact statement launched, Walsh Peru qualified to implement EIS

Possible expansion to double capacity to 100,000 b/d. Seeking bids for expansion, financing.

Built adjacent to current refinery; Prime Minister wants Brazil, Venezuela to partner. Will cost $4 billion

Start-up targeted for 2011

Lukoil wants assurances to cap costs


In early stages of a revamp, expansion project at 136,000 b/d refinery.

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ween Petrobras and PDVSA; supply contract yet to be signed. Cost revised to $5.3 billion, construction started in September 2007.

ure, citing global credit crisis. Previously, contracts awarded to KBR to upgrade the refinerys fluid catalytic cracking unit.Cost estimate raised to $2.7 billion. Capacity will more than
that will increase output by 50,000 b/d to 300,000 b/d total

million mty refinery.

ch is expected to reach 109,000 bpd later.

on, it will commence conceptual and basic engineering studies.

soline desulfurization plants at Salamanca and Tula.


ncy issues. Pemex also announced it has received five bids to engineer and construct gasoline desulfurization plants at Salamanca and Tula.

dly has been delayed until a 2018 opening due to "the project's complexity" and the need for further studies and investments.

ified to implement EIS

on. Capacity will more than double from current 70,000 b/d to 165,000 b/d. CB&I awarded EPC contract. Enable it to produce 10 parts per million (ppm) diesel fuel and 30 ppm gaso

(ppm) diesel fuel and 30 ppm gasoline.

Capacity
Addition

s units to boost ULSD output

24,000

2014

30,000
28,000

2009
20xx

N/A

20xx

-40,000

2011

20,000

2010

60,000

2010

8,000

2013

150,000

20xx

90,000

2010

26,000

2010

30,000

2012

90,000
110,000

2010
2011

110,000
2011

200,000
160,000
200,000
200,000
-

20xx
20xx
2012
20xx

Country/Development

Location

Company

Capacity/Completion Date

Notes

Azerbaijan
Crude Refinery
Refinery Closure
Refinery Closure

Sangachal
Baku
Baku

SOCAR
SOCAR
SOCAR

200,000 b/d by 2018


-160,000 b/d by 2018
-239,000 b/d by 2018

Discussed in Summer 2008; capacity at the initial stage - to be expanded


Closing Heydar Aliyev refinery (New Baku); Discussed in Summer 2008 - refineries working at below 50% capacity, no modernization planned
Closing Azerineftyag refinery (Baku); Discussed in Summer 2008 - refinery working at below 50% capacity, no modernization planned

Belarus
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade

Novopolotsk
Mozyr

Naftan
Slavneft

add 52,000 b/d by 2010; upgrade by 2011


modernization by 2009-11

Expansion and modernization to produce clean fuels (50 ppm). Add vacuum distillation unit by 2010 and delayed coker by 2011
Modernization to produce clean fuels (50 ppm). Add alkylation unit and gasoline hydrodesulfurization by 2009; add isomerization, benzene removal and diesel hydrodesulfurization by 2011

Georgia
Crude Refinery

Kulevi

SOCAR

100,000 to 300,000 b/d

Under discussions; Would have capacity of 5-15 million metric tons per year

Kazakhstan
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion

Atyrau
Shymkent
western Mangistau
Kazakhstan

KazMunayGaz
PetroKazakhstan Oil Products

2013-15
by 2012
add 50,000 b/d by 2015

$1 billion project, including new catalytic cracker, project will enable refinery to meet EU standards. The second and third phases of the project will cost $1.7 billion.
$600 million project. Modernization would put into operation mothballed catalytic cracker, gas fractionation plant, isomerization and other units in order to enable meeting Euro III and Euro IV equivalent fuel quality
N/A
Plans announced in January 2009, construction to start in 2009; It could produce as much as 1 million tons (ca 20,000 bpd) of products per year.
50,000
Development plan for all three domestic refineries to increase refining capacity by 2.5 million tons (50,000 b/d) in period 2009-15.

Volgograd
Nizhny Novgorod
Perm
Ukhta
Mari-El
Komsomolsk
Tuapse
Syzran
Kuibyshev
Nakhodka
Nakhodka
Lavna, Kola Bay
Nizhnekamsk, Tatarstan
Kirishi
Kirishi

add 20,000 b/d; add isomerization, catalytic cracking


add 60,000 b/d; catalytic cracking by 2010
add 20,000 b/d; catalytic cracking
add 50,000 b/d
add 63,000 b/d 2012
add 32,000 b/d by 2012; delayed coker by 2009; 1.7 million tons hydrocracker by 2012
add 140,000 b/d by 2011; diesel HT, hydrocracker, naphtha iso, catalytic reforming, delayed coker

Khabarovsk
Primorsk
Korkino, Chelyabinsk

Lukoil
Lukoil
Lukoil
Lukoil
Mariisky NPZ
Rosneft
Rosneft
Rosneft
Rosneft
Rosneft/subsidiary RN-Primorsky Refinery SPV
Rosneft/subsidiary RN-Primorsky Refinery SPV
Sintez
Tatneft
Surgutneftegas
Surgutneftegas
Russian Government
Alliance Oil Company
Moravske Naftove Doly
Quality Energy Petro Holding Int.

180,000 b/d

In order to produce higher gasoline (Euro III) and diesel (Euro V) quality. Cat cracker, hydrodesulfurization and mild hydrocracker coker. To be finished by 2017.
In order to produce Euro IV equivalent gasoline (high octane) and increase its output. To be finished by 2017.
Expansion and modernization. To be finished by 2017.
Expansion to be finished by 2017
Reached an agreement with Shell for a modernization project that would enable the refinery to meet Euro-5 standards. First stage of the project will increase crude distillation capab
Expansion and modernization of refinery to increase refining depth to 95% and allow for production of Euro IV and Euro V equivalent products. Addition of delayed coker by 2009,
Expansion and modernization of refinery to increase refining depth to 95% and allow for production of Euro IV and Euro V equivalent products. VEB will co-finance the upgrade and the
Catalytic cracking and isomerization projects under construction in January 2009
Catalytic cracking project under construction in January 2009
Subsidiary established for project. The first unit will be done in 2012 and has a price tag of $4.9 billion, while the second unit is estimated at $9 billion. Refinery will be built 2 mil
Subsidiary established for project. The first unit will be done in 2012 and has a price tag of $4.9 billion, while the second unit is estimated at $9 billion. Refinery will be built 2 mil
Approved in 2006, part of a construction of a new terminal; construction to be finished by 2010
Fluor to provide services. Includes petrochemicals. Foster Wheeler's Italian subsidiary has been awarded a contract to supply fired heaters.
Investment of at least $2 billion; In mid-2008, work was 30% complete; hydrocracking unit increase refining depth to 75%, cat. cracker to 98%.
Plans announced in 2007, resurfaced in July 2008
Would cost $8 billion, plans announced in July 2008, no decision since. To produce 12 million tons of refined products.
Upgrade of refinery by construction of hydroprocessing complex to increase the depth of refining and improve quality of fuels to Euro IV.
Filed an application in February 2009; to specialize on bunker fuel
UAE firm annonced plans in Q1 2008, no news since

Turkmenistan
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade

Turkmenbashi

Turkmenbashi Oil Refinery

by 2020

re-equipment to double the current production (currently 10 million tpy) and improve energy efficiency; also to produce cleaner fuels

Ukraine
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Upgrade

Kherson
Kremenchug
Nadvornaya
Drogobych

Kherson Oil Refinery


Ukrtatnafta
Neftekhimik Prikarpatya
Galychyna (Privat Group)

by 2011-12
modernization by 2011
add 30,000 by 2011-12

operations stopped in 2005; Invest about $500-900 million in the total reconstruction (Summer 2008); first stage to reopen by 2011, clean fuels (10 ppm) by 2012
Axens secured: Prime-G+ (610,000 tons per year), naphtha hydrotreating (380,000 tons per year) and isomerization units in order to produce 10 ppm sulfur high-octane gasoline
Privat Group, shareholder, wants to expand Nadvirna refinery - signed contract with Czech, Italian and U.S. firms in Feb. 2009
Privat Group, shareholder, wants to modernize Drogobych refinery in order to improve quality of products

Russia
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Expansion/Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

ESTIMATED TOTAL OUTPUT CAPACITIES OF PROPOSED PROJECTS


2010
2011
2012

KazMunayGaz

200,000 b/d by 2012


200,000 b/d by 2016
120,000 b/d by 2010
140,000 b/d by 2013
hydrocracker & catalytic cracker by 2012-13
240,000 b/d "Kirishi 2" refinery
Hydrocracker and hydrotreater

Barrels/Day
172,000
140,000
325,000

Capacity
200,000
-160,000
-239,000

2018
2018
2018

52,000

2010

100,000

20xx

2012
2015

20,000
60,000
20,000
50,000
63,000
32,000
140,000

20xx
20xx
20xx
20xx
2012
2012
2011

200,000
200,000
120,000
140,000

2012
2016
2010
2013

240,000
N/A

20xx
20xx

N/A
180,000

20xx
20xx

N/A

2020

30,000

2012

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Below is a list of refinery projects and new refineries worldwide published in World Refining & Fuels Today since 2006.
The Development column lists the type of project.
The Location column tells where in the country the project is.
The Company column tells what company or companies are building the project.
The Notes column provides the most recent information on the project.

Color key:
Black type = No change in the status of the project
Red type = Project has been cancelled
Green type = Project has been completed
Blue type = Status of the project has been updated

Country/Development

Location

Company

Australia
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade

Cooper Basin
Kwinana

Stuart Petroleum
BP

Bangladesh
Crude Refinery

Hi-Tech International Group, Cosmopolitan Oil Refinery

China
Crude Refinery

Ningxia

PetroChina/CNPC

Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Guangdong
Mudanjiang
Guangdong

CNOOC
PetroChina
PetroChina, PDVSA

Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Upgrade
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery

Liaoning
Guangxi Zhuang
Dagang
Tianjin
Qinzhou
Gerrmu
Sicchuan
Zhuhai
Hebei Province near Beijing

Dalian
Dushanzi
Yueyang, Hunan Province

PetroChina
PetroChina
PetroChina
PetroChina, Rosneft
PetroChina
PetroChina
PetroChina
PetroChina
PetroChina
PetroChina
PetroChina, Qatar, Royal Dutch Shell
Sinochem
Sinochem
Sinopec
Sinopec
Sinopec, Saudi Aramco, ExxonMobil
Sinopec
Sinopec
Sinopec
Sinopec, KPC and possibly Shell, Dow Chemical, BP
Sinopec
Sinopec
Sinopec
Sinopec
National Iranian Oil
Total, Sinochem, CNPC
PetroChina
Sinopec

Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery

Gaoqiao/Shanghai
Beihai
Quanzhou

Sinopec
Sinopec
Sinochem, KPC, Royal Dutch Shell

India
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion

Madhya Pradesh
Kochi

Bharat Oman Refineries


BPCL

Coastal province TBA


Ningbo
Zhejiang
Zhejiang
Maoming
Fujian province
Liangyungang
Hubei
Jiujiang
Guangzhou

Luoyang
Changling, Baling

Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery

Mumbai
Manali
Vadinar
Mumbai
Visakhapatnam
Visakhapatnam

Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Upgrades
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Bhatinda
Hindustan Petroleum, Mittal Investments
Assam (Bongaigaon)
Bongaigaon/Indian Oil
Ennore
Indian Oil
Barauni
Indian Oil
West Bengal
Indian Oil
Orissa
Indian Oil
Panipat
Indian Oil
Guwahati, Barauni, Digboi, PaIndian Oil
Paradip
Indian Oil
Indian Oil
Uttar Pradesh/Mathura refiner Indian Oil
Mangalore
MRPL
Cuddalore
Nagarjuna Group, Tamil Nadu Industrial Development, Tata Sons
Kakinada
ONGC
Mangalore
ONGC
Rajasthan
ONGC
KPC

Indonesia
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansions
Crude Refinery

Sulawesi

Java Island
Tuban
Balikpapan
Cilacap
Dumai
Balongan
Banten province

BPCL
Chennai Petroleum
Essar Oil
Hindustan Petroleum
Hindustan Petroleum
Hindustan Petroleum, Total, Mittal, Gail India

Intanjaya
Pertamina, KPC
Pertamina, Saudi Aramco
Pertamina, National Iranian Oil, PDVSA
Pertamina, Sinopec
Pertamina, Itochu Corp. and ETA Star Property Developers
Pertamina, Matsui
Pertamina, SK Corp.
Pertamina
Pertamina
Pertamina, National Iranian Oil, Petrofield

Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Japan
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Malaysia
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion

East Java
East Java

Pertamina, Wahana Universal


Russian Investors

Osaka
Toyama

Cosmo Oil
Nippon Oil
Nippon Oil, CNPC
Petrobras

Okinawa

Manjung

Malaysian China Petroleum Corp.


Gulf Petroleum

Malacca

National Iranian Oil


Qatars Gulf Petroleum
Global PLB, Qingdao TopOil
Petronas, ConocoPhillips

Northland

New Zealand Refining

Balochistan
Balochistan
Karachi
Karachi
Port Qasim
Gwadar

IPIC, Pakistan-Arab Refining


Bosicor Oil
Pakistan Refinery
Indus

Perak state

Mongolia
Crude Refinery
New Zealand
Refinery Upgrade
Pakistan
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Modernization
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
The Philippines
Crude Refinery

Admore Gas, Canadian Venture Corp., Arabian Construction

Bataan or Mindanao

Petron

Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Upgrade

Bataan
Limay, Bataan
Tabangao

Petron
Petron
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum

Jurong
Bukom

Singapore Petroleum, Singapore Refining Co.


National Iranian Oil
Shell Eastern Petroleum

South Korea
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
480,000 b/d Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Modernization
Refinery Upgrade

Sosan
Ulsan
Inchon
Daesan
Sosan
Yeosu
Yeosu

Hyundai Oilbank
SK Energy
SK Corp.
S-Oil
S-Oil
GS Caltex
GS Caltex

Sri Lanka
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery

Sapugaskande
Hambantota

Ceylon Petroleum
Star Energy, Trans Asia Gas

Taiwan
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade

Talin
Taoyuan

CPC Corp.
CPC Corp.

Singapore
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade

Thailand
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade
Vietnam
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

IPRC
Esso

Ca Mau province
Khanh Hoa province

Pacific Development Group


Petrolimex, Sinopec

Crude Refinery

Nghi Son

PetroVietnam, Idemitsu Kosan, Kuwait Petroleum

Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Ba Ria Vung Tau


Dung Quat
Ding Vu

PetroVietnam, PDVSA
Bank TuranAlem
Evagor, Hapaco
PDVSA
Singapore Petroleum Chemicals
Technostar Management, Telloil
Vien Dong, Semtech
Formosa Plastics Group (Taiwan)

Hanoi
Vung Ro
Ha Tinh province

ESTIMATED TOTAL OUTPUT CAPACITIES OF PROPOSED PROJECTS


2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2015
Unspecified Date
GRAND TOTAL ASIA-PACIFIC

Capacity/Completion Date

300,000 b/d

100,000 b/d, 1.7 million metric tons of gasoline, 2.4 million


metric tons of diesel, 210,000 metric tons of liquefied petroleum
gas and 100,000 metric tons of polypropylene per year.
Completion in 2010
240,000 b/d; March 2009.
200,000 b/d

20.5 million tons; End of 2008


200,000 b/d
20,000 b/d hydrocracker to be finished in October
300,000 b/d; completion by 2011.
Completion expected in 2008
10 million ton per year
At least 10 million metric tons/year
200,000 b/d; 2015
200,000 b/d
240,000 b/d
15% to 460,000 b/d; 2010
by 48% to 400,000 2012
240,000

350,000 b/d
160,000 b/d more; 2010
28,000 b/d 2008-2009
Doubling capacity to 10 million tons/yr by 2010

No specific information other than plans for the refinery to be


the largest in central China
28,000 b/d upgrade; 2009
4,000 b/d expansion
240,000 b/d when complete

120,000 b/d; completion 2009


50,000 b/d expansion, completion 2009.

2011
780,000 b/d expansion

14 million ton; 4-5 years to complete


180,000 b/d; completion March 2011

2010
30,000 b/d 2010/2011
15 million tons end of 2009
15 million ton per year; Q1 2012
Completion Dec. 2009
Possible completion by 2012. Capacity would increase from 8 milli
106,000 b/d expansion
2010-2011
300,000 b/d

300,000 b/d 2010

300,000 b/d
150,000-200,000 b/d
20,000 b/d expansion to 280,000 b/d total
410,000 b/d total

150,000 b/d, completion in 2012

6,000 b/d
150,000 b/d

60,000 b/d
115,000 b/d
CDU runs increasing 50,000 b/d soon

100,000-150,000 b/d

100-150,000 b/d
200,000 b/d

30,000 b/d

2009

200,000 b/d
120,000 b/d
93,000 b/d 2009
100,000 b/d
30,000 b/d

19,000 b/d

150,000 b/d

60,000 b/d
40,000 b/d; 2011
480,000 b/d; Completion by 2010

50,000 to 100,000 barrels per month


100,000 b/d

2015
2015

258,000 b/d; 2011


End of 2011

10 million ton
75 million b/d year

200,000 b/d; 2013

20,000 b/d
10,000 b/d
4 million tons per year
2 million tons 2010
15 million tpy

Barrels/Day
955,000
1,120,000
1,140,000
1,350,000
200,000
482,000
4,827,000
10,074,000

Notes
Status Unknown
Approved project. Replacing existing naptha splitter column with a new structure and additions and alterations to the residue cracking unit.

Deal to set up a $3 billion oil refinery.

To include 10 major facilities, at a cost of US$1.2 billion: 100,000 b/d crude distillation unit; a 2.6 million metric-tons-per-year (mtpy) catalytic cracker; a 900,000 mtpy

continuous reforme; and a 100,000 mtpy polypropylene unit


Refinery was completed in October 2008 but delayed start-up; set for commissioning in March 2009. Plans to expand refinery to 440,000 b/d and add a million-metricbegan construction on an oil shale refinery for one billion yuan (U.S. $145.7 million).
Government approval secured. Site yet to be determined. Previously had signed agreement with Venuzeula to supply crude.

Largest refiner in China when complete.


Completed the first stage of work.

$25 billion, 20-year loans-for-oil trade agreement signed between Russia and China in March, and increased capacity by 100,000 b/d to 300,000 b/d. Initially

Possible expansion to increase capacity to 30,000 b/d


Contract awarded in March to Chevron Lummus Global to provide resid hydro-desulfurization technology. Construction was to restart by the end of 2008 af
Considering refinery.
Completed expansion to increase to 100,000 b/d. Included a 5 million ton crude oil unit, a 1.6-million-ton catalytic cracker and 200,000 cubic meters of crude storage. N
Completed a 30-month expansion of its Huabei refinery, increasing its capacity to 100,000 b/d, parent CNPC announced.
Expected costs will run into the billions of dollars. Besides crude will produce 800,000 tpy/ethylene; 430,000 tpy/propylene. PetroChina to own 51% with other two each
Preliminary plan pending government approval.
Feasibility study to be finished in 2008

Foster Wheeler gets contract to provide new steam generators. Received state permission to expand in August 08.
Project to go online in June 2009. Received first crude shipment in Feb. 2009.
Discussing $7.8 billion refinery with Jiangsu province government
Completed a new vacuum distillation unit which will increase the refinerys capacity 30% to about 130,000 b/d.
Planning a 30% expansion of the refinery, increase its capacity to 130,000 b/d. The project is expected to cost several hundred million yuan and the new units could be
$5 billion refinery being negotiated, KPC wants BP to join the project instead of Shell
Will spend 6 billion yuan upgrading its Baling plant.
Sinopec has completed its new 1.9 million tons/year hydrotreating unit for diesel and kerosene at Wuhan, while also boosting crude processing capacity by 30%. Sinop
Completed the first phase of its expansion at by bringing a new 1.4 million tons/year delayed coking unit online. Next month, Sinopec will bring a 44,000 b/d residue fu
Will spend about $1.4 billion in and an additional $834.3 million to upgrade its Baling plant, which processes oil into chemicals.
Iran says agreement is close
$240 million new distillate hydrocracker starts up
Startup delayed indefinitely amid plans to increase number of clean-fuel production units for the 10 million tpy, $5.2 billion refinery project. Will not increase capacity. S
No details released yet other than estimated $1B cost.

Sinopec planning construction of catalytic and de-sulfur gasoline unit; product will meet Euro IV standards
No completion date announced for $600 million polypropylene facility that will boost production at 10,000 b/d plant; when complete will produce 660,000 tons/year gas
Initial planned startup delayed from 2010 to 2011. The refinery will feature an initial capacity of 100,000 b/d. A second phase, which requires approval from the Nationa

Will use IPO in fiscal year 2008 to finance project

Upgrade to produce Euro-4 fuels


Upgrade to boost diesel capacity, gasoline capacity by one million tpy each; meet Euro IV standards. New unit will upgrade gasoil feed to produce ULSD and 154,000
gasolinedelayed
isomerization
unit toPhase
produce
higher
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gasoline.
Project
indefinitely;
1 may
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Essar
will spend $6 billion to expand refinery. First phase: debottlenecking and adding more sophistic
bottom
upgrading
units,
including
a
delayed
coker;
second
phase:
new
set
of distillation units, including new secondary units and another coker, expansion will enable
Increase capacity of 110,000 b/d refinery by 47,000 b/d
to produce Euro-4 and Euro-5 products.
Increase capacity of 150,000 b/d refinery by 18,000 b/d, going forward without partners
Mittal pulls out of project; Saudi Aramco in talks to step in. In second phase of feasibility studies for $10 billion refinery and petrochemical plant.

Indian cabinet has approved Mittal taking a 49% stake in the refinery, project fast-tracked by Indian government. Expected to be commissioned in March 2010
Completion of $324 million diesel hydrotreatment plant expected by October 2009. Indian Oil absorbed Bongaigaon in late March.
Considering new refinery
Upgrade to meet Euro-3 fuel standards (350-ppm sulfur maximum)
Plant scheduled to close in October 2009 to begin expansion project; would increase capacity to 150,000 b/d. Expansion expected to take 24 months
Saudi Aramco likely to take stake
Expansion to 15 million tons/year being reconsidered due to HPCL's Bhatinda refinery. Investing Rs 806 crore.
Axens installing units to meet Euro-4 standards, commissioning expected in 2010
Roughly Rs10,000 cr secured so far, out of Rs14,700 cr needed. SBI Capital previously tapped to handle finances for the refinery.
Petrol and diesel will meet next stage of environmental norms when Rs 9000 crore upgrades complete.
Awaiting permission from from Indian environment ministry
Jacobs Engineering awarded contract for engineering, procurement and construction management. Capacity to increase to 300,000 b/d at a cost now estimated to be
Long-delayed 6 million ton per year refinery has yet to close debt; Tata Sons can only take 26% stake after that happens. Began construction as of July 2008.
Planned capacity doubled to 300,000 b/d, seeking partner, pre-feasibility study says refinery not economically viable, government official says construction will begin in
Company may not go forward with project due to feasibility questions
Still under consideration
Kuwait interested in building refinery in India

New plant.
Delayed due to costs
Delayed due to costs
Delayed due to costs, Pertamina's PT Elnusa subsidiary drops out
Delayed due to costs
Plans cancelled due to economic crisis and low oil prices/demand. Possibility of resuming plans once market stabilizes.
Planned to add $1.8 billion gasoline cracking unit, increasing capacity to 410,000 b/d, completion was expected in 2010. Cancelled due to economic crisis with possibi
Expansion to 170,000 b/d by 2011
Expansion to 250,000 b/d by 2011
Wants to expand seven oil refineries by 250,000-400,000 b/d by 2010
$6 billion cost. Pertamina and partners plan to ultimately expand refinery capacity to 300,000 b/d.

Construction of $20 million refinery expected to start Oct. 2008 and be completed following Dec.
Status Unverified

Possible expansion would be completed in 2009


Will cease operations at the oil refinery at the end of January 2009 ahead of schedule due to decreased demand.
Nippon and CNPC considering joint oil venture
$900 million project to upgrade to process heavy crude may be delayed due to economic crisis and low crude oil prices. Petrobras acquired an 87.5% stake in the refin

Five-year study underway


Oil refinery, petrochemicals project and storage facilities. The Malaysian government approved Gulf Petroleums $5 billion project.
Exploring partnering with Venezuela on new refinery
Iran says agreement is close
Perak government has approved $4.3 billion refinery, developer includes U.S. company. Qatar Islamic Bank signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the M
Site clearing to begin by year's end, completion in 40 months
Possible expansion under study

Funded by Czech, Russian banks

NZ$180 million upgrade to increase capacity 20%. Has run into delays, but still expected to be done in 2009.

$5 billion, 200,000-300,000 b/d refinery has government approval, could startup in 2011, agreement has been signed
Start-up 4Q 2009
Three-year project
Agreement between Pakistan and Kuwait
Chinese companies to invest in refinery

Studying best location for refinery

Awarded propylene supply contract to Japanese firm Mitsui.


Petro-fluidized catalytic cracker (petroFCC) and a propylene refining unit have been inaugurated.
Company studying $321 million to upgrade 110,000 b/d refinery to meet Filipino Clean Air Act requirements

Singapore Petroleum reviewing plans in wake of tight credit markets, decreased oil demand. $100 million co-generation plant would increase capacity at Singapore Re
Iran says agreement is close
Japan's Chiyoda Corp. awarded contract for revamp of FCC unit at 500,000 b/d refinery; front-end engineering complete

Will include 85,000 b/d gasoline unit


New RFCC unit.
Will spend $1.5 billion to build a diesel-producing hydrocracking unit.
Project on hold due to costs, will not reconsider for a couple of years

Installation of vacuum distillation unit and hydrocracker, key phases expected finished by end 2007
Expanded its crude refining capacity by 4.6% to 680,000 b/d by upgrading a crude distillation unit (CDU) at its refinery. GS Caltex also upgraded its naphtha splitting ca

Iran to loan Sri Lanka a total of $1.5 billion for upgrades. Rest of cost will be through local funding.
Construction expected to begin within 2 years.

CPC to build residue oil cracking, alkylation and hydrotreating units


CPC to build residue oil cracking, alkylation and hydrotreating units

Had planned to invest $2.1 billion to upgrade refinery, increase petrochemical capacity and enlarge port. Delayed, citeing the subprime mortgage crisis in the U.S.
$400 million upgrade is to lower operating costs, improve margins and meet emissions specifications.

The group will sign a memorandum of understanding with the province in September.
$4.5 billion refinery has been approved by Vietnamese government.

$6 billion refinery; Capacity will then be doubled in the second stage of the project. Foster Wheeler confirmed it has been awarded a pre-front-end engineering design
and
FEEDapproved,
contract. start-up in 2015, companies agreed to study 7 million ton per year refinery
Recently
Local government looking for investors
Agreement singed, cost $150 million, construction to begin in December, completion in 2010
Construction to begin in 2007
$1.2 billion refinery would start-up in 2012 and be expanded later
Construction postponed until 2009 while local residents are displaced. $1.7 billion refinery would produce gasoline, diesel, benzene and sulfur, among others.
$538 million refinery is moving forward.
$16.2 billion integrated oil refinery and power plant would be the fourth for Vietnam.

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tric-ton ethylene unit between 2011 and 2015.

ially expected to cost $3.1 billion; no updated figure yet.

08 after being halted due to earthquake that struck the province May 12.

ge. New expansion starting in 2010.

each holding 24.5%. Terms call for China to import 100,000 b/d Qatar LNG. Project awaiting state approval.

ld be in operation as soon as March or April

Sinopec also plans to add a new coking unit and hydrocracking unit at the refinery.
e fuel hydrotreating facility online.

ty. Start date unknown.

gasoline, 800,000 t/y diesel, 324,000 t/y natural gas


ional Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), will add a crude distillation unit in order to increase capacity to 240,000 b/d. The NDRC is expected to approve the second ph

o be $2.6 billion. Now slated for October 2011 opening. Designs amended to process acidic crude.

in in 2008. Seeking up to Rs 16,000 core in incentives from the government of Andhra Pradesh for the companys planned 15 million ton per year refinery.

ssibility of resuming plans once market stabilizes.

refinery from TonenGeneral Sekiyu KK effective April 1 2008.

he Malaysian unit of Qatars Gulf Petroleum.

e Refining's existing 290,000 b/d refinery on-site.

ng capacity to 90,000 b/d from 72,500 b/d

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unable to
reach
agreeme
nt with
Idemitsu
Kosan or
other
internatio
nal
company.
$2.5
billion
cost.

25 billion yuan (U.S. $3.6 billion). Sinopec will own 51% of the refinery, with Kuwait Petroleum Corp and Shell each owning 24.5%.

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The Location column tells where in the country the project is.
The Company column tells what company or companies are building the project.
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Color key:
Black type = No change in the status of the project
Red type = Project has been cancelled
Green type = Project has been completed
Blue type = Status of the project has been updated

Country/DevelopmenLocation

Company

Bahrain
Crude Refinery

Bapco

Iran
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Arak
Manzandaran
Isfahan
Northern Iran
Hormoz/Bandar Abbas
Bandar Abbas
Pars
Khuzestan
Shariz
Shahriar/Tabriz

Sinopec
Manzandaran Oil Refinery Co., Siemens
National Iranian Oil, Gazprom
National Iranian Oil
National Iranian Oil
National Iranian Oil
National Iranian Oil
National Iranian Oil
National Iranian Oil
National Iranian Oil

Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade
Crude Refineries
Iraq
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery

Anahita/Kermanshah
Estaban
Persian Gulf Star/Assalouyeh
Caspian/Gorgan
Tehran

Kou Senjag
Nahrain
al-Najaf and Kerbala provinces
Nasiriyah
Southern Iraq

National Iranian Oil


National Iranian Oil
National Iranian Oil
National Iranian Oil
National Iranian Oil

Iraqi Oil Ministry


Iraqi Oil Ministry

Karbala
Rumaila
Baiji
Maysan

Cukurova Holding, Petrogulf, Taqat al-Qabidha


Iraqi State Oil Co. Project
BP
Iraqi Oil Ministry
Iraqi Oil Ministry

Israel
Refinery Upgrade

Haifa

Oil Refineries

Jordan
Refinery Expansion

Zarka

Jordan Petroleum Refinery Co.

Kuwait
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade

Al Zour
Mina Admadi
Mina Abdullah

KPC
KPC
KPC

Lebanon
Crude Refinery
Oman
Crude Refinery
Refinery Expansion

Qatar Petroleum

al-Duqm

Oman Refining Co.


Oman Refining Co.

Pakistan
Crude Refinery

Khalifa Point

Abu Dhabi/IPIC

Qatar
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Ras Laffan
Al Shaheen

Qatar Petroleum
Qatar Petroleum

Saudi Arabia
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Rabigh
Jubail
Yanbu
Jizan
Ras Tanura

Saudi Aramco, Sumitomo, PetroRabigh


Saudi Aramco, Total
Saudi Aramco, ConocoPhillips
private Saudi company & foreign partner
Saudi Aramco

Syria
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Furglus
Deir Ez-Zour

PDVSA, NIOC, al-Bukhari Group


Noor Financial Investment

U.A.E.
Refinery Expansion
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Refinery Upgrade

Ruwais
Ruwais
Fujairah
Jebel Ali

Abu Dhabi Oil Refinery


Abu Dhabi Oil Refinery
ConocoPhillips, IPIC
Emirates National Oil

Ras Issa
Ras Issa

Hood Oil, Reliance

Yemen
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

ONGC

ESTIMATED TOTAL OUTPUT CAPACITIES OF PROPOSED PROJECTS


2009
2011
2012
Unspecified Date

GRAND TOTAL ASIA-PACIFIC

Today since 2006.

Capacity/Completion Date
100,000 b/d

2012
300,000 b/d
120,000 b/d; 2012
180,000 b/d 2011
120,000 b/d
150,000 b/d

150,000 b/d; 2012


360,000 b/d; 2011
300,000 b/d; 2012
1.7 million b/d 2012

70,000 b/d
140,000 b/d
150,000 b/d 2009
300,000 b/d
2010
20,000 b/d
140,000 b/d
100,000 b/d
150,000 b/d

610,000 b/d; Q1 2012


800,000 b/d
800,000 b/d

200,000-300,000 b/d

250,000 b/d

140,000 b/d; completion 2008


250,000 b/d

80,000 b/d expansion to 480,000 b/d


400,000 b/d; start-up targeted for 2012
400,000 b/d total capacity
250,000-400,000 b/d
400,000 b/d; 2012

140,000 b/d
140,000 b/d

400,000 b/d; 2011


500,000 b/d

50,000 b/d
45,000 b/d

Barrels/Day
150,000
180,000
2,877,000
3,595,000

6,802,000

Notes
The $2 billion expansion to account for demand beyond 2016.

Agreement between China and Iran, expansion to 250,000 b/d, EPC has started for $3.7 billion, 45-month project
Environmental assessments being done
Will triple its gasoline output by 2012.
Both companies will establish a joint company for the refinery.
$4 billion refinery roughly 5% complete as of Dec. 2008.
$586.9 million, 36-month project to increase gasoline production to 83,000 b/d
Expected to go online in 2012, cost $1.1 billion
Basic design complete, EPC contractor selected, for $3.4 billion refinery that would take 35 months to build
$4 billion project under construction. Will expand heavy and extra-heavy crude oil refining capacity.
Preliminary actions taken on basic engineering, would cost $1.9 billion and take 36 months to build
$2.7 billion project 3% complete as of December 2008. No final date available. Focus on improved quality, lowering sulfur content, meeting Euro-V standards, construc

Estimated cost $3.5 billion


$3.7 billion project would take 53 months
Will refine 360,000 b/d of gas condensates and produce gasoline and jet fuel among other products. 10% complete as of December 2008, expected to go online 2011
Will use crude oil from Caspian Sea countries to produce 20 million liters of gasoline and 11 million liters of gas oil, some of which will be exported to neighboring Turk
Feasibility study completed and bidding documents being processed, $337.5 million, 36-month project
Construction began on seven oil refineries at a cost of $22 million.

Construction expected to take 3 years


Currently seeking bids
Expected to cost $1 billion. Colorado Industrial Construction Services has received an $85 million award to modernize the refinery in Najaf.
In planning stages. Contract expected to be signed by early next month (August 08).
$81-million contract will be awarded jointly to the U.S.-based Colorado Industrial Construction Services Co. (CICSCO) and CH2M HILL's affiliate VECO Co. for the pro
$130 million refinery would be operational in 2008
French-based Technip awarded $25.7 million front-end engineering design contract. No completion date or further details on the refinery have been released.
BP hopes to sign within a few months a service contract
Seeking foreign companies to bid on a $1 billion contract to build and install a fluid catalytic cracker unit. New hydrocracker was expected to go online in Feb. 2009.
Iraqi government seeking international investors for proposed $2.5 billion project.

$50 million upgrade to refinery's largesy crude unit at 9 million ton/year refinery expected to be finished in first half of 2009

Russia's Northwest Oil says it will bid on $850 million upgrade project, but it would prefer to build a new refinery in Jordan

Estimated cost to $19 billion. Construction is due to start later this year or early in 2009. Hyundai, SK, Daelim, Daewoo and GS Engineering all won contracts. Planning
To be completed in 2010.. Upgrades between Ahmadi and Abdullah refineries to cost $18.7 billion. Tenders for contracts to upgrade two refineries i have been delayed
To be completed in 2010.. Upgrades between Ahmadi and Abdullah refineries to cost $18.7 billion. Tenders for contracts to upgrade two refineries i have been delayed

100,000-200,000 b/d refinery being studied

Being studied
Increase output from 85,000 b/d to 106,000 b/d; April completion expected

Plans were approved in 2008 for $5 billion project; now on hold indefinitely for unspecified reasons.

Likely to issue tender soon; Technip gets FEED contract; Axens awarded contracts for basic engineering design.

$10 billion project; contract tenders reissued Jan. 2009 for front end engineering and design and project management. The project will involve an upgrade at Saudi Ara
$10 billion project postponed to cut costs; bids expected to be pushed back until later in 2009. CEO says still on track to go online in June 2012 per contract agreemen
ConocoPhillips to decide in early 2010 whether to go forward with project. Previously, construction bidding process was delayed from Dec. 2008 to Q2 2009 due to fina
Six foreign and eight local firms pre-qualified for bidding on the project, after several delays. Offers are expected to be made by Sept. 2, 2009, with the winner selected
Saudi Aramco has delayed plans as of mid-April; no further details released. Previously was seeking bids for construction of $8 billion refinery; units will in

Final agreement signed on $2.4 billion refinery. Iran to hold 26% stake and supply 20% crude oil feedstock. Other shareholders: Syria 15%; Venezuela 33%; Malaysia
Agreement signed with Syrian government for $1.7 billion refinery, Noor wants to form consortium, Wood MacKenzie to do feasibility study

Expansion expected to be complete in Q4 2011.


Shaw Group announced its Energy & Chemicals Group has been selected to supply engineering services and licensing for its proprietary RFCC technology.
IPIC reevaluating plans for $6 billion-$7 billion project, likely to be delayed and reconfigured for smaller output due to decreased demand
Completion expected in Q1 2009.

Split stake, 36 month project


Refinery set-up by investors from Yemen and Saudi Arabia
Yemen has invited ONGC to build the refinery

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ring Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan

or the production of gasoline from the Samawah refinery.

. Planning moving forward now that agreement on location has been reached with Saudi Arabia and parliament has effectively signed off on the project.
n delayed while the countrys audit bureau reviews the project after the Kuwaiti cabinet questioned the bidding and awarding of contracts.
n delayed while the countrys audit bureau reviews the project after the Kuwaiti cabinet questioned

Saudi Aramcos existing 400,000 b/d facility, as well as the construction of a petrochemicals complex to include at least 15 chemical production plants and expansions to increase c

due to financial/market uncertainties. Australia's WorleyParsons awarded contract for clean-fuels project, front end engineering and design, engineering, procurement and constructi
r selected in fourth-quarter 2009. The 250,000+ b/d refinery now is expected to go online in early 2015, two years after initially planned.
nits will include a 213,000 b/d vacuum unit, a 91,000 b/d diesel hydrotreating unit, will add 100,000 b/d to world gasoline flows when commissioned.

Malaysia 26%. No start or completion dates announced.

lants and expansions to increase capacity of the ethane cracker and aromatics unit.

eering, procurement and construction.

mmissioned.

Capacity
Addition

Year

300,000
100,000
60,000
37,000

2014
2009
2010
2010

200,000

2012

500,000

20xx

20,000
30,000

2011
20xx

75,000

2010

60,000

2011

300,000
300,000
140,000
N.A.
nvestment of US$1.8 billion
180,000
250,000

2013
2010
20xx

100,000
200,000
100,000

2011
20xx
20xx

20xx
20xx

s in the final stages of identifying a strategic partner for modernization. As of August 2008 still looking for partners.

220,000
200,000
300,000

2014
20xx

300,000

20xx

200,000

2016

300,000
350,000

2015
2014

100,000

20xx

20,000

2012

120,000
200,000
55,000

20xx
2010
2009

300,000
360,000
200,000
20,000
450,000
6,000

20xx
20xx
20xx
20xx
20xx
2009

400,000

2014

100,000

20xx

120,000

20xx

120,000

20xx

WORLDWIDE ESTIMATED TOTAL OUTPUT CAPACITIES OF PROPOSED PROJECTS


2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
Unspecified Date
TOTAL

Barrels/Day
1,444,000
3,597,000
2,210,000
5,382,000
1,428,000
1,994,000
1,462,000
350,000
16,671,500
34,538,500

North America
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
No Date
Total

25,000
1,169,000
90,000
230,000
0
400,000
300,000
0
466,500
2,680,500

Latin America
123,000
350,000
300,000
150,000
920,000
100,000
380,000
150,000
2,684,000
5,157,000

Europe
30,000
286,000
180,000
230,000
8,000
24,000
0
0
738,000
1,496,000

CIS
0
172,000
140,000
325,000
140,000
0
50,000
200,000
471,000
1,498,000

Asia Pacific
955,000
1,120,000
1,140,000
1,350,000
200,000
0
482,000
0
4,827,000
10,074,000

Middle East
150,000
0
180,000
2,877,000
0
0
0
0
3,595,000
6,802,000

Africa
161,000
672,000
180,000
220,000
300,000
1,470,000
300,000
200,000
3,890,000
7,393,000

Total
1,444,000
3,769,000
2,210,000
5,382,000
1,568,000
1,994,000
1,512,000
550,000
16,671,500
35,100,500

Country/Development
NORTH AMERICA
U.S.
Refinery Upgrade
Refinery Upgrade

Location

Port Allen, La.


Deer Park, Texas

Canada

LATIN AMERICA
Central America
Crude Refinery
Refinery Modernization
Crude Refinery

Tula, Mexico
Salamanca, Mexico
Pernambuco (Abreu e Lima), Brazil

South America

EUROPE
Bulgaria

France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Latvia
Portugal
Sweden
Refinery Upgrade
Turkey
U.K

CIS
Armenia

Lysekil

Azerbaijan
Belarus
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Russia
Turkmenistan
Ukraine

ASIA-PACIFIC
China
Crude Refinery
Crude Refinery

Tianjin
Sicchuan

Japan
India
Refinery Upgrade

Assam (Bongaigaon)

Vietnam
Indonesia
Singapore

MIDDLE EAST
Pakistan
Saudi Arabia
Crude Refinery

Ras Tanura

Syria
Iraq
Crude Refinery

AFRICA
Algeria
Angola
Chad
Congo

Maysan

Egypt
Ghana
Libya
Mauritania
Morocco
Mozambique
Niger
Nigeria
South Africa
Sudan
Zimbabwe

Company

Capacity/Completion Date

Placid Refining
Shell-Pemex

2010

Pemex
Pemex
Petrobras, PDVSA

300,000 b/d; 2015

Preem

70,000 bpd coker

200,000 b/d; 2011

PetroChina, Rosneft
PetroChina

300,000 b/d; completion by 2011.


10 million ton per year

Bongaigaon/Indian Oil

Saudi Aramco

400,000 b/d; 2012

Iraqi Oil Ministry

150,000 b/d

Notes

Mustang has completed engineering, design, procurement and construction management for low-sulfur gasoline pro
Praxair awarded contract from Shell to supply hydrogen for production of ultra-low sulfur motor fuels.

$9 billion refinery. Tula selected as location in mid-April. Pemex also announced it has received five bids to engineer
$3 billion project to reconfigure refinery to process residual fuels. In March, Pemex cancelled a sulfur recovery projec
5 new construction contracts awarded in mid-March, totaling $1.3 billion. Progress has been impeded by ongoing sup

$860 million upgrade to produce cleaner products suspended in March due to the "present conditions in the oil mark
situation."

$25 billion, 20-year loans-for-oil trade agreement signed between Russia and China in March, and increased capacity
Contract awarded in March to Chevron Lummus Global to provide resid hydro-desulfurization technology. Constructi

Completion of $324 million diesel hydrotreatment plant expected by October 2009. Indian Oil absorbed Bongaigaon in

Saudi Aramco has delayed plans as of mid-April; no further details released. Previously was seeking bids for constru

Iraqi government seeking international investors for proposed $2.5 billion project.

b/d FCC gasoline hydrotreater. New unit is part of $63 million effort to upgrade and boost capacity from 55,000 b/d to 80,000 b/d.

zation plants at Salamanca and Tula.


mex also announced it has received five bids to engineer and construct gasoline desulfurization plants at Salamanca and Tula.
and PDVSA; supply contract yet to be signed. Cost revised to $5.3 billion, construction started in September 2007.

itially expected to cost $3.1 billion; no updated figure yet.


008 after being halted due to earthquake that struck the province May 12.

will include a 213,000 b/d vacuum unit, a 91,000 b/d diesel hydrotreating unit, will add 100,000 b/d to world gasoline flows when co

ty from 55,000 b/d to 80,000 b/d.

plants at Salamanca and Tula.


n September 2007.

d to world gasoline flows when commissioned.