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=== Summary Information ===
 
=== Summary Information ===
Ownership: PBF Energy
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* Ownership: PBF Energy
Website: https://www.pbfenergy.com/
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* Website: https://www.pbfenergy.com/
Location: Martinez, California, USA
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* Location: Martinez, California, USA
Capacity: 8.25 million tons/annum & 165,000 bbl/day
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* Capacity: 8.25 million tons/annum & 165,000 bbl/day
Nelson Complexity:
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* Nelson Complexity: 16.1
Refining Depth:
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* Refining Depth:
 
=== Brief Description ===
 
=== Brief Description ===
 
* 157,000 barrel-per-day, dual-coking refinery is located on an 860-acre site  
 
* 157,000 barrel-per-day, dual-coking refinery is located on an 860-acre site  
 
=== Refining Units ===
 
=== Refining Units ===
Atmospheric Distillation
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* Atmospheric Distillation
Vacuum Distillation Unit
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* Vacuum Distillation Unit
Catalytic cracker
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* Catalytic cracker
Hydrocracker
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* Hydrocracker
Delayed Coker
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* Delayed Coker
Hydrogen Unit (Air Products)
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* Hydrogen Unit (Air Products)
 
=== Terminal Capacity ===
 
=== Terminal Capacity ===
Crude Oil:
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* Crude Oil:
Refined Products:
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* Refined Products:
 
=== Crude Supply ===
 
=== Crude Supply ===
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* The refinery runs a crude slate of an average 20°API with very high sulphur and acid
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* The crude is supplied by the [[San Pablo Bay Pipeline]]
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=== Products Produced ===
 
=== Products Produced ===
automotive gasoline, jet fuel, diesel, petroleum coke, industrial fuel oils, liquefied petroleum gas, asphalt, and sulfur
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* automotive gasoline, jet fuel, diesel, petroleum coke, industrial fuel oils, liquefied petroleum gas, asphalt, and sulfur
 
=== Projects ===
 
=== Projects ===
 
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=== History ===
 
=== History ===
1915 - Refinery commissioned
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* 1915 - Refinery commissioned
1994 - The Martinez refinery began construction on the $1 billion Clean Fuels project
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* 1994 - The Martinez refinery began construction on the $1 billion Clean Fuels project
2007 - Clean Fuels project completed
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* 1996 - Coker constructed
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* 2007 - Clean Fuels project completed
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* 2020 - PBF acquired the refinery from Shell
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=== Links ===
 
=== Links ===
 
# [https://www.pbfenergy.com/refineries/ Refinery Webpage]
 
# [https://www.pbfenergy.com/refineries/ Refinery Webpage]
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# [[Foster Wheeler Delayed Cokers]]
 
# [http://killajoules.wikidot.com/archive:shell-finalizes-sale-of-martinez-refinery Shell finalizes sale of Martinez Refinery]
 
# [http://killajoules.wikidot.com/archive:shell-finalizes-sale-of-martinez-refinery Shell finalizes sale of Martinez Refinery]
  
 
[[Category:Refinery]]
 
[[Category:Refinery]]
 
[[Category:USA]]
 
[[Category:USA]]
[[Category:Shell]]
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[[Category:PBF]]

Latest revision as of 14:23, 30 March 2020

Summary Information

  • Ownership: PBF Energy
  • Website: https://www.pbfenergy.com/
  • Location: Martinez, California, USA
  • Capacity: 8.25 million tons/annum & 165,000 bbl/day
  • Nelson Complexity: 16.1
  • Refining Depth:

Brief Description

  • 157,000 barrel-per-day, dual-coking refinery is located on an 860-acre site

Refining Units

  • Atmospheric Distillation
  • Vacuum Distillation Unit
  • Catalytic cracker
  • Hydrocracker
  • Delayed Coker
  • Hydrogen Unit (Air Products)

Terminal Capacity

  • Crude Oil:
  • Refined Products:

Crude Supply

  • The refinery runs a crude slate of an average 20°API with very high sulphur and acid
  • The crude is supplied by the San Pablo Bay Pipeline

Products Produced

  • automotive gasoline, jet fuel, diesel, petroleum coke, industrial fuel oils, liquefied petroleum gas, asphalt, and sulfur

Projects

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Other Information

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History

  • 1915 - Refinery commissioned
  • 1994 - The Martinez refinery began construction on the $1 billion Clean Fuels project
  • 1996 - Coker constructed
  • 2007 - Clean Fuels project completed
  • 2020 - PBF acquired the refinery from Shell

Links

  1. Refinery Webpage
  2. Foster Wheeler Delayed Cokers
  3. Shell finalizes sale of Martinez Refinery