Melaka II Refinery

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Summary Information Ownership: Petronas / Phillips 66 Website: List of Petronas Refineries Location: Sungai Udang, Melaka Capacity: 8.5 million tons/annum & 170,000 bbl/day Nelson Complexity: Refining Depth: Brief Description A large complex refinery that processes medium heavy crude oil Refining Units Atmospheric Distillation Vacuum distillation unit, 62,000 barrels/day Hydrocracker catalytic reformer,26,000 barrels/day , Isomerization Unit - 9,000 barrels/day desulfurization unit, 35,000 barrels/day Delayed coker - conocophillips - 21,000 barrels/day Thermal Cracking Unit Hydrogen Unit - Terminal Capacity Crude Oil: Refined Products: Crude Supply The medium, high-sulfur crude oil processed by the refinery is sourced mostly from the Middle East Products Produced LPG, gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, sulphur Ongoing Projects For details see Melaka II Refinery Expansion Project A debottlenecking and revamp project is expected to increase the overall refinery throughput from 130,000 to 175,000 barrels per day. Other Information - History 1999 - Refinery operations start with capacity of 100,000 bpd 2007 - Foster Wheeler awarded EPC contract for a debottlenecking/revamp project 2014 - Petronas acquired Phillips 66 stake Relevant Links Chiyoda Crude Distillation Units Chiyoda Isomerization Units Chiyoda Thermal Cracking Units Chiyoda Vacuum Flasher Vacuum Distillation Units Chiyoda Sweetening Units Chiyoda Sulfur Recovery Units Chiyoda Naphtha And Middle Distillate Hydrodesulfurization U Chiyoda Hydrogen Manufacturing Units Chiyoda Sour Water Stripping Units Phillips 66, Pacific Refining Petronas To Acquire Phillips 66 Interest In Malaysian Refining Company