World's Top 25 Largest Refiners, Jan 1, 2013
Rank
Jan 1, 2013
Company Crude Capacity, barrels per calendar day (b/cd)*
1 ExxonMobil Corp.
United States
5.657.500
2 Royal Dutch Shell
Netherlands / United Kingdom
4.194.239
3 Sinopec
China
3.971.000
4 BP
United Kingdom
3.322.170
5 Valero Energy Corp.
United States
2.776.500
6 PDVSA
Petroleos de Venezuela.S.A.

Venezuela
2.678.000
7 CNPC
China National Petroleum Company

China
2.675.000
8 Chevron Corporation
United States**
2.584.600
9 Phillips 66
United States
2.504.200
10 Saudi Aramco
Saudi Arabian Oil Company

Saudi Arabia
2.451.500
11 Total
France
2.304.326
12 Petrobras
Petroleo Brasilerio S.A.

Brazil
1.997.000
13 PEMEX
Petroleos Mexicanos

Mexico
1.703.000
14 NIOC
National Iranian Oil Company

Iran
1.451.000
15 JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation
Japan
1.423.200
16 Rosneft
Russia
1.293.000
17 Marathon Oil Corporation
United States
1.248.000
18 Reliance Industries
India
Jamnagar refinery:: With crude processing capacity of 1.24 million Barrels Per Stream Day (BPSD), the Jamnagar refinery is the largest refinery in the world.
1.240.000
19 OAO Lukoil
Russia
1.217.000
20 SK Innovation
South Korea
1.115.000
21 Repsol YPF S.A.
Spain
1.105.500
22 KNPC
Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation

Kuwait
1.085.000
23 Pertamina
Indonesia
993.000
24 Eni.com
Italy
904.000
25 Flint Hills Resources
United States
798.475
Rank
Jan 1, 2013
Company Crude Capacity, barrels per calendar day (b/cd)*

*Includes partial interests in refineries not wholly owned by the company.

**Includes holdings in Caltex Oil and GS Caltex.

Source (partly): Oil & Gas Journal, Dec 3, 2012.

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