Refining companies

Below is a list of the major refining companies around the world, in rank order based on their ownership of total refining distillation capacity as of the beginning of 2020.

Refiners with partial ownership of a refinery are credited with capacity in proportion to their ownership.

Sinopec 5,709 29
CNPC 4,793 35
ExxonMobil 4,765 24
Aramco 3,559 20
Marathon 3,252 16
Rosneft 3,179 24
Shell 3,024 20
Valero 2,826 14
PDVSA 2,504 16
Phillips 66 2,313 13
Petrobras 2,211 13
Total 2,138 18
NIORDC 1,990 10
BP 1,905 12
ENEOS 1,837 11
Pemex 1,770 7
Chevron 1,743 9
IOCL 1,538 11
Lukoil 1,457 9
Reliance 1,400 2
Gazprom 1,254 7
CNOOC 1,150 8
SK 1135 2
Pertamina 1,047 6
Repsol 1,002 7
Idemitsu 965 8
PBF 907 5
Sonatrach 860 6
ENI 817 9
KPC 813 4
EGPC 775 9
BPCL 745 4
PKN 730 4
Flint Hills 725 2
CPC 690 2
Petronas 652 5
Tupras 608 4
ADNOC 586 3
ChemChina 574 4
HollyFrontier 549 6
Formosa 540 1
HPCL 516 4
Hyundai 516 2
CEPSA 479 3
Suncor 476 4
OMV 465 6
Tatneft 464 3
NNPC 445 3
Surgutneftegaz 430 1
SinoChem 414 3
YPF 407 5
Ecopetrol 403 3
Hengli 400 1
Irving 395 2
Cosmo 393 4
GS 393 1
Hellenic 391 4
Socar 381 3
Kazmunaigas 380 4
Libya NOC 380 5
PTT 372 3
Husky 356 5
Vitol 356 5
Preem 345 2
MOL 331 3
Galp 330 2
Statoil 323 2
Delek 318 4
Gunvor 310 3
ORPIC 304 2
Lyondell 302 1
Neste 302 6
MRC 290 2
QP 290 2
SRC 290 4
Petron 266 2
BAPCO 263 1
Cenovus 261 2
Trafigura 257 4
Naftan 240 1
Turkmenneftgas 237 2
ENAP 236 3
Uzbekneftegaz 222 3
ONGC 215 1
CVR 214 2
Essar 213 2
Grupa Lotos 210 1
Monroe Energy 208 1
Rongsheng 204 1
Ineos 203 2
SAMIR 200 1
ORL 197 1
PetroVietnam 186 2
Hellas 185 1
Antipinsky 180 1
CHS 178 2
Petro Ecuador 176 3
Par 171 2
NPC 170 2
Saras 163 1
NRC 162 4
Urkatnafta 161 1
Zhejiang Hengyi 160 1
Sumitomo 158 1
Byco 156 2
Novatek 150 1
NIS 148 2
Fuji 143 1
Calumet 141 5
BCP 139 1
Taiyo 138 1
Calcasieu 137 1
Consumers 135 1
Russneft 133 1
ENOC 130 1
North Atlantic 130 1
API 127 2
Attock 126 2
Neftegaz 120 1
Sinclair 118 2
Hanwha 113 1
Hengyuan 113 1
Shaanxi 112 1
Mittal 110 1
Paz Oil 110 1
Caltex 109 1
Tamoil 105 1
Alliance 100 1
CuPetro 100 4
Kinder Morgan 100 1
Pak Arab 100 1
TPPI 100 1
CuPetro 100 4
Jordan Petroleum 95 1
Klesch 93 1
Petroperu 90 3
Hestya 87 1
KAR Oil 85 1
Glencore 83 1
Petro Star 83 2
Placid 83 1
Sonangol 81 3
Juhua Group 80 1
St1 80 1
Tongkun Group 80 1
Uniper 80 1
Northwest 79 1
Carlyle 78 2
Sasol 70 1
United 70 1
Lotte 68 1
Ste Ivoirienne 67 1
Buckeye 65 1
Hunt 63 2
Antey 62 1
YPFB 61 2
Zarubezhneft 60 1
Vetek 57 1
Ste Nationale 56 1
Parkland 55 1
Raizen 55 1
ANCAP 50 1
Ceylon 50 1
Ergon 50 2
Magellan 50 1

Source: McKinsey Refinery Capacity Database (2020)


Author: Tim Fitzgibbon, Refining Industry Sr. Expert

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