Castellon Refinery

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Summary Information Ownership: BP Website: List of BP Refineries Location: Valencia, Spain Capacity: 5.5 million tons/annum & 110,000 bbl/day Nelson Complexity: 9.61 Refining Units CDU - 110,000 VDU - 47,000 FCC - 30,000 Delayed Coker Diesel Desulphurisation Catalytic Reformer - 17,000 Isomerisation - 11,000 Alkylation unit - 4,000 Sulfur-recovery units *2 Terminal Capacity Crude Oil: Refined Products: Crude Supply As of 2000, Low-sulfur Nigerian crude makes up 35-40% of the feed. Russian crude provides about 20% of the feed, and Mexico, Libya, and other sources provide the remaining crude. Following the additon of a coker, this may have changed. Products Produced The main products obtained in the refinery are petrol, diesel, fuel oils, marine and aviation fuels, kerosene, naphtha, asphalt products and LPG (propane, butane). Ongoing Projects - Other Information - History 2000 - Refinery commissioned a new hydrofluoric acid (HF) alkylation unit, employing Phillips Petroleum Co.'s HF alkylation process. 2002 - Foster Wheeler Wins clean fuels Project 2008 - A delayed coker was commissioned.


BP Spain BP Refineries Table Foster Wheeler Wins Upgrade Project From BP Oil for Spanish Refinery Foster Wheeler Awarded Front-End Engineering / Design For New Delayed Coking Plant In Spain Foster Wheeler Awarded Spanish Delayed Coker Contract By BP Imtech References 1998 Imtech References 2003 BP Installs Akylation Unit Foster Wheeler Iberia wins BP Oil Espana contract for two sulfur-recovery units Delayed Coker & Naphtha Pretreatment

  1. Foster Wheeler Delayed Cokers