Delek US Holdings operates the El Dorado II cracking refinery, which is located in Arkansas, the US. According to GlobalData, who tracks and profiles more than 1,400 refineries worldwide, it is a non integrated cracking owned by Delek US Holdings. The refinery started operations in 1922 and has a Nelson Complexity Index (NCI) of 10.2. Buy the profile here.

Key refinery processes

Crude Distillation Unit (mbd): 80
Vacuum Distillation (mbd): 45
Catalytic Cracker (mbd): 21
Reformer (mbd): 15
Hydrotreater (mbd): 93
Alkylation (mbd): 5
Isomerization (mbd): 8

The capacity of the El Dorado II refinery is expected to remain the same as 80mbd by 2030.

Maintenance activities at El Dorado II cracking refinery

The El Dorado II refinery cracking witnessed four incidents during the period 2017-2022.

About Delek US Holdings

Delek US Holdings Inc (Delek) is an integrated fossil fuel company. It carries out petroleum refining, transportation, storage and wholesale distribution of refined products, crude oil, asphalt and renewable fuels, intermediate and refined products, and convenience store retailing. The company’s product portfolio includes gasoline, diesel fuel, petrochemicals, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), natural gas liquids (NGLs), petroleum coke, slurry oil, sulfur, blendstocks, distillate fuel and other refined petroleum products. Delek markets its products under MAPCO brand. The company has refineries in Tyler and Big Spring, Texas, and Krotz Springs and El Dorado, Arkansas. Delek is headquartered in Brentwood, Tennessee, the US.

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