The Jamnagar Refinery is a private sector crude oil refinery owned by Reliance Industries Limited in Jamnagar, Gujarat, India. The refinery was commissioned on 14 July 1999 with an installed capacity of 668,000 barrels per day (106,200 m3/d). It is currently the largest refinery in the world.
Which is the latest oil refinery in India?
Saudi Aramco and Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) will build a new $44 billion mega refinery and petrochemicals complex in India’s western port city of Ratnagiri, the companies announced Monday.
Which state has no oil refinery in India?
List of oil refineries in India
|3||Essar Energy Refinery||Gujarat|
Who owns the oil refinery?
Largest petroleum refineries in the United States
|1||Port Arthur Refinery||Motiva Enterprises|
|2||Galveston Bay Refinery||Marathon Petroleum|
|3||Baytown Refinery||Exxon Mobil|
|4||Garyville Refinery||Marathon Petroleum|
How many oil refinery are there in India in 2020?
India has 18 public sector refineries and five refineries in the private sector/or as a joint venture, the largest refineries being RIL Jamnagar (Gujarat), NEL Vadinar (Gujarat) and IOC Panipat (Haryana).
How many oil refineries are there in India 2021?
Indian Oil group owns and operates 11 of India’s 23 refineries – ranging from the oldest one in the country at Digboi (capacity – 0.65 MMTPA) which commenced operations in 1901, to the latest at Paradip (capacity – 15 MMTPA) which was dedicated to the nation in 2016.
How many oil refineries are there in India 2020?
Indian Oil Corporation Limited had 11 of the 23 refineries, present in India, under its control as of June 2020. Its largest refinery, by volume, were Panipat and Paradip, both with a refining capacity of 15 million metric tons per annum.
Which is the biggest refinery in Assam?
|Coordinates||27°23′27″N 95°37′07″ECoordinates: 27°23′27″N 95°37′07″E|
|Owner(s)||Indian Oil Corporation Limited|
How many oil fields are in India?
As on 31 March 2018, there were 23 crude oil refineries in India, of which 18 were state-owned, 3 were privately owned and 2 were joint ventures. The total oil refining capacity in India stood at 248 MMT, rising from 234 MT in the previous year.