Hainan Refinery

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Summary Information Ownership: Sinopec Website: http://english.sinopec.com/ List of Sinopec Refineries Location: Hainan Island, South China Capacity: 8.0 million tons/annum & 160,000 bbl/day Nelson Complexity: Refining Depth: Brief Description Hainan Refinery, is a medium sized refinery, with significant cracking ability, and the ability to produce Euro III fuels. Refining Units Atmospheric Distillation Vacuum distillation, 3.1 million tons/year catalyst raw material pretreatment, 2.8 million tons/year heavy oil catalytic cracking, sulfur removal and mercaptan removal, 0.6 million tons/year gas fractionation, 0.1 million tons/year methyl tertiary butyl ether, 1.2 million tons/year continuous reforming, - UOP 0.2 million tons/year isomerization, 1.2 million tons/year hydrocracking, 60,000 Nm3/h hydrogen manufacturing, 2 million tons/year diesel hydrotreating, 0.3 million tons/year aviation kerosene hydrotreating, 80,000 tons/year sulfur recovery and solvent regernation, 180 tons/hour acid water stripping Terminal Capacity Crude Oil: 1.1 million cubic meters Refined Products: 0.7 million cubic meters Crude Supply Hainan Refinery mainly processes imported crude oil. The self-equipped deep water wharf is located within Yangpu Shentou port area. There are five berths including 300,000 DWT crude oil berths and 100,000 DWT oil product berths, the annual handling capacity of which is beyond 25 million tons. Products Produced LPG, Naphtha, Gasoline, Diesel, Jet Fuel, Fuel Oil Ongoing Projects Sinopec plans to add 100,000 bpd of crude refining capacity and 1 million tonnes-per-year of ethylene production capacity See Hainan Refinery Expansion Project for details Other Information - History 2004 - Refinery contruction was started 2006 - Refinery operations began 2007 - CCR Reformer commissioned 2011 - The provincial government and Sinopec signed a cooperation agreement to expand the refinery Relevant Links Refinery Webpage UOP Commissions 200th CCR Platforming™ Process Unit Sinopec Plans to Cut September Oil Processing by 4% at Refinery in Hainan The provincial government and Sinopec signed a cooperation agreement