Petron Port Dickson Refinery

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Summary Information Ownership: Exxon Website: List of Exxon Mobil Refineries Location: Port Dickson, Malaysia Capacity: 4.4 million tons/annum & 88,000 bbl/day Nelson Complexity: Refining Depth: Brief Description A simple medium sized refinery Refining Units Atmospheric Distillation Reformer Terminal Capacity Crude Oil: Refined Products: Crude Supply - Products Produced motor gasoline, diesel, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), jet fuel, kerosene and low sulfur waxy residue. Ongoing Projects - Other Information - History 1963 - Esso Port Dickson Refinery comes onstream 1980 - Tapis Blend Crude Oil introduced at Port Dickson Refinery. 1990 - Commissioned second reformer at Port Dickson Refinery for higher mogas production and to meet lead phasedown. 1995 - Installed new crude distillation unit at Port Dickson Refinery to refine 75 thousand barrels of oil per day 1998 - Enhanced Port Dickson Refinery atmospheric pipestill tower for higher crude rate up to 88 thousand barrels of oil per day 2011 - San Miguel Corporation announced the purchase of Exxonmobil's Malaysian downstream operations 2012 - Acquisition by Petron completed Relevant Links JGC Refinery References SMC buys EXXON Mobil’s downstream oil business in Malaysia Acquisition of down-stream oil business of Exxon Mobil in Malaysia