With the addition of our Jazan Refinery Complex, Aramco has five wholly owned refineries within the Kingdom, three of which were built specifically to supply transportation and utility fuels for the domestic marketplace. Aramco’s four domestic affiliated refineries within the Kingdom are highly competitive with other world-class facilities based on scale, configurations and product yields. Joint ventures Hyundai Oilbank Hyundai Oilbank is a refinery in South Korea, established in 1964. The Daesan Complex, where Hyundai Oilbank’s major facilities are located, is a fully integrated refining plant with a processing capacity of 650, 000 barrels of crude oil per day. Aramco has a 17% equity interest in Hyundai Oilbank.
2 million square meters in the Yanbu Industrial City, and is the key anchor project in Yanbu. YASREF uses 400, 000 barrels per day (bpd) of Arabian heavy crude oil to produce premium transportation fuels, as well as high-value refined products for both international and domestic markets. YASREF is a significant addition to the impressive downstream portfolio of Saudi Aramco, while building on and cementing the strategic partnership with Sinopec, Saudi Aramco’s largest crude oil partner and buyer. Both companies bring commercial and technical expertise to the joint venture to enhance trade of transportation fuels between a significant energy producer and its consumer.
Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd Idemitsu Kosan, one of leading refining and marketing companies in Japan, is a result of a merger between Idemitsu and Showa Shell Sekiyu. Its sales in Japan are primarily gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene and automotive lubricants. Idemitsu Kosan owns and operates more than 6, 400 retail service stations, has equity stakes in six refineries, and a gross refining capacity of 945, 000 bpd. Aramco owns a 7. 7% equity interest in Idemitsu Kosan. Motiva Enterprises Motiva Enterprises, a fully owned affiliate of Saudi Aramco, operates the Port Arthur Refinery, the largest refinery in the U.
With the startup of production from these two fields, more than 40% of our nonassociated gas now comes from offshore fields. Our continued success in increasing supplies of cleaner burning natural gas makes it possible for us to reduce emissions, enable new industries and release more crude oil for value-added refining or export. Oil production & Refineries Abqaiq Abqaiq As the company's largest oil processing facility and the largest crude oil stabilization plant in the world, Abqaiq plays a pivotal role in our day-to-day operations. Abqaiq oil facilities receive sour crude oil from gas-oil separation plants (GOSPs), process it into sweet crude oil, and then transport it to Ras Tanura and Jubail on the east coast, Yanbu' on the west coast and to Bapco Refinery in Bahrain.
Prior to construction, extensive engineering and ecological assessments were conducted to ensure that the marine ecosystem would not be adversely affected by developing the field. As a direct result of these studies, Saudi Aramco constructed three kilometers of bridges to span the migration paths of various marine species, maintaining natural water flow and preserving natural marine nurseries. Nuayyim NuayyimNuayyim crude oil increment added 100, 000 bpd of Arabian Super Light crude oil and 90 million scfd of associated gas to our production capacity. The project – the first in-Kingdom project of this scale with a project proposal completed entirely in Saudi Arabia – also included a gas-oil separation plant, 140 kilometers of 16” gas pipeline, and water supply facilities at Hawtah.
In addition, Fadhili is the first plant to treat nonassociated gas from both onshore and offshore fields. FGP is also the first SA Gas plant to deploy the Sulfur Recovery Unit Tail Gas Treatment process to attain a sulfur recovery rate of 99. 9%, helping to protect air quality, and reducing SO2 emissions by more than 18, 000 Metric Tons per year as compared to the conventional Claus process. The development of Fadhili added billions of dollars to the local economy through IKTVA. 46% of the project’s materials and services were sourced and manufactured in Saudi Arabia. A unique feature of Fadhili is that its multiple downstream treated gas pipelines enhanced the connectivity, reliability, and responsiveness of Saudi Aramco’s Master Gas System (MGS), as those pipelines are connected to the northern and central sections of the MGS.
Smokeless flaring has been used to significantly reduce emissions. The field, which entered production in August 2009, is 250 kilometers south of Riyadh and about 50 kilometers northeast of our Hawtah crude oil facility, the first producing facility in the Central Region of Saudi Arabia. Qatif Qatif Producing Plants Program consists of facilities to produce, process, and transport 500, 000 bpd of blended Arabian Light crude oil from the Qatif field and 300, 000 bpd of Arabian Medium crude oil from the offshore Abu Sa'fah field. The Qatif facility was the first to produce Arabian Light crude oil by blending Arabian Extra Light, Light and Medium grades. Safaniyah We believe that Safaniyah field is the world's largest conventional offshore oil field in terms of proved reserves. It is located approximately 260 kilometers north of Dhahran. Most of the field lies offshore in the Arabian Gulf.
(SATORP), a joint venture between Saudi Aramco and Total in Jubail, supports Saudi Aramco’s efforts to expand the value chain and achieve maximum value from the Kingdom’s resources. It processes heavy Arabian crude daily into low-sulfur gasoline, diesel and jets fuel that comply with the standards in the United States, Europe and Japan. It also produces paraxylene, benzene, sulfur and pure petroleum coke that fuels cement plants and electric power stations. S-Oil Corporation Our investment in South Korea’s S-OIL, one of the country’s leading refiners, complements our downstream ventures in China and Japan and creates new opportunities along the value chain in the major energy markets in Asia. Yanbu Aramco Sinopec Refining Company The Yanbu Aramco Sinopec Refining Company (YASREF) Ltd., a joint venture between Saudi Aramco and China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec), is a world-class, full-conversion refinery that covers about 5.
The Sadara chemical complex―the largest of its kind ever built in a single phase― manufactures a portfolio of valued-added performance plastics and specialty chemicals. Saudi Aramco Jubail Refinery Company - SASREF A Saudi company wholly-owned by Saudi Aramco. The refinery is located in Jubail Industrial city. The refinery processes crude oil into petroleum products for both local and international markets. Saudi Aramco Total Refining and Petrochemical company The Saudi Aramco Total Refining and Petrochemical Co.
In addition, YASREF represents a continuing step forward in the strategies of Saudi Aramco and Sinopec to drive growth further downstream to capture additional value along the hydrocarbon chain. All centers Aberdeen, Scotland Our Technology Office in Aberdeen focuses on drilling and production technologies. The European arm of Saudi Aramco Energy Ventures (SAEV) is located within the office, whose mission is to source and develop relationships with strategically significant and innovative energy technology companies. China Beijing Our Beijing Research Center conducts research on chemical enhanced oil recovery and advanced seismic imaging technologies, including automated fault detection and improvements in data quality through super resolution.
The Center is also evaluating the expansion of research activities into the downstream sector in areas such as transportation efficiency, greenhouse gas management, advanced control and power systems, robotics, materials science, nanotechnology and advanced computing. South Korea Daejeon Our CO2 Management Collaboration at the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in Daejeon, South Korea, is dedicated to addressing issues related to carbon management. The collaboration follows an interdisciplinary approach to innovative and cost-effective CO2 capture, storage, and conversion from fixed and mobile sources. Delft The Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands is home to our technology office that focuses mainly on seismic processing and subsurface imaging to help us better understand the nature of our subsurface geology. Russia Moscow Aramco Innovations Research Center Leninskiye Gory 1 bldg 75-B 119234 Moscow France Paris Our Aramco Fuel Research Center in Paris is located at IFP Energies nouvelles (IFPen).
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OUE Bayfront, 50 Collyer Quay #13-01, Singapore 049321 Europe Aramco Overseas Company Landmark III, 19th Floor 90A, Nizami Street AZ1010, Baku Azerbaijan Via Tolstoj 86 Scala F-H, 3rd floor 20098, San Giuliano Milanese (MI) Italy Scheveningseweg 62 - 66 2517 KX, The Hague The Netherlands 10 Portman Square W1H 6AZ, London United Kingdom Global Businesses WA'ED Eastern Region Dhahran 31311, Saudi Arabia WEBSITE Aramco Trading Company Al-Midra Tower Building 3rd floor, East Wing Aramco Ventures 11th floor, West Wing In-Kingdom Value Add Program North Park 1 ITHRA 8386 Ring Rd, Gharb Al Dhahran, Dhahran 34461, Saudi Arabia Gas production Fadhili The cutting edge Fadhili Gas Plant (FGP) is emblematic of Saudi Aramco’s broad impact on not only boosting gas supply to displace crude burning, but also driving economic growth, developing the Saudi workforce, spearheading technology deployment, and reducing CO2 emissions.
Our second 250, 000 bpd expansion project at Shaybah came on-stream in 2016, raising its overall production capacity to 1 million bpd of Arabian Extra Light crude oil — double the facility’s original capacity. Zuluf The Zuluf field is located in the Arabian Gulf, approximately 240 kilometers north of Dhahran, in average water depth of 118 feet. The field has two main structures, Zuluf and Ribyan, and is of similar area to Safaniyah to the north. Refinery Jazan Refinery Aramco operates one of the world’s largest refining businesses, and its integrated petrochemical refinery complex at Jazan City for Primary and Downstream Industries is part of the Company’s vibrant downstream growth strategy. In 2020, Aramco confirmed that it would proceed with the divestment of the Jazan Integrated Gasification and Combined Cycle Plant into a Joint Venture (JV) between Aramco, Air Products, ACWA Power, and Air Products Qudra, integrating the Air Separation Unit into the JV.
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