Valero Energy operates the Port Arthur I refinery, which is located in Texas, the US. It is a non integrated refinery owned by Valero Energy. The refinery, which started operations in 1901, has an NCI of 12.7.
Key processes of the refinery
Crude Distillation Unit (mbd): 395
Vacuum Distillation (mbd): 220
Coking (mbd): 103
Catalytic Cracker (mbd): 75
Hydrocracker (mbd): 135
Reformer (mbd): 55
Hydrotreater (mbd): 331
Alkylation (mbd): 20
The capacity of the refinery is expected to remain the same as 395mbd by 2030.
During the period 2021-2025, the Port Arthur I refinery is expected to witness an estimated capex of $731.25m.
Maintenance activities at Port Arthur I refinery
The Port Arthur I refinery witnessed twenty seven incidents during the period 2015-2020.
Upcoming expansion projects at Port Arthur I refinery
Delayed Coking Unit, Sulfur Recovery Unit
Contractors involved in the refinery
Some of the key contractors for the upcoming projects at the Port Arthur I refinery include the following.
Main EPC: John Wood Group.
About Valero Energy
Valero Energy Corp (Valero) is a downstream company that produces and markets transportation fuels and petrochemical products. Its assets include petroleum refineries, ethanol plants, and renewable diesel production from a joint venture. Its refineries produce gasoline, diesel, low-sulfur diesel, ultra-low-sulfur diesel, distillates, asphalt, jet fuel, petrochemicals, lubricants, and other refined products. It markets the refined products on a wholesale basis in the US, the UK, Canada, and Ireland through bulk and rack marketing networks and its branded outlets operated by partners. The company also offers dry distillers grains (DDGs), ethanol and corn oil essentially to gasoline blenders and refiners. Valero is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, the US.
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