What is the refining capacity of the US?

What is the refining capacity of the US?

18.4 million barrels per calendar day
As of September 1 (the latest data available), the United States had 18.4 million barrels per calendar day (b/cd) of petroleum refining capacity, also known as operable atmospheric crude oil distillation capacity.

Who has the most refineries in the US?

Top 10 U.S. refineries operable capacity*

Rank Corporation Barrels per calendar day
1 Saudi Aramco 607,000
2 Marathon Petroleum Corp 593,000
3 Marathon Petroleum Corp 578,000
4 ExxonMobil Corp 560,500

Are US oil refineries running at capacity?

Refineries are already running near maximum capacity to churn out gasoline and diesel, though production still falls well short of demand. The market imbalance has stoked high prices and profits, a big shift for the typically low-margin refining industry.

How many US oil refineries are not operating?

The drop in capacity was driven by a 13% drop in gasoline consumption, and prices for gasoline and diesel hit a four year low. The result was that five refineries across the US shut down permanently.

Who owns the biggest refinery in Texas?

Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s state-owned oil company, now has 100 percent control of the largest refinery in North America. The Port Arthur refinery in Texas, which can process 600,000 barrels of oil per day, is completely owned by Aramco.

What is the rodeo refinery?

The Rodeo refinery has proudly operated in Contra Costa County for 125 years. The Rodeo refinery currently processes crude oil and is ideal for producing renewable gas, diesel and jet fuel. The plant has significant hydroprocessing capacity which allows for the volume needed to produce large quantities of renewable fuels.

How much renewable diesel is produced at Rodeo?

Separately, a diesel hydrotreater conversion project is currently under progress at the Rodeo facility which will produce approximately 120 million gallons per year (8,000bpd) of renewable diesel. Rodeo is expected to become the world’s biggest renewable fuel production facility when both of these projects are commissioned.

How will the rodeo facility’s conversion impact the environment?

The Rodeo facility’s greenhouse gas emissions are expected to be reduced by 50% following the conversion as the facility will cease to process crude oil after the conversion project. The conversion of an existing hydrotreater at the Rodeo facility is currently under progress to process renewable feedstock.

Can Phillips 66’s Rodeo refinery be converted to renewable fuels?

U.S. refiner Phillips 66 plans to fully convert its Rodeo, California, crude oil refinery into a renewable fuels plant using cooking oil and food wastes beginning in 2024.