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China Leads Globally with Most Planned Delayed Coking Unit Capacity Additions, says GlobalData


Analysis of the planned delayed coking units (DCU) capacity of refineries shows that the Jieyang refinery in China has the highest planned DCU capacity globally with 153 thousand barrels per day (mbd). Saudi Arabia has the second highest with 104 mbd and Panjin II and Palu are jointly in third with 78 mbd, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

The Jieyang refinery in China has the highest planned DCU capacity globally with 153 thousand barrels per day (mbd) during 2018 to 2022. The refinery is expected to start operations in 2020 with a total capex of $9.5bn and Petrochina Pdvsa Guandong Petrochemical Co Ltd is the operator of the refinery

The Jizan refinery in Saudi Arabia has the second highest planned DCU capacity with 104 mbd. The refinery is expected to start operations in 2018 with a total capex of $7.0bn. Saudi Arabian Oil Co is the operator for the refinery.

Panjin II and Palu refineries are jointly in third for planned DCU capacity in 2022, each with a capacity of 78 mbd. The refineries are expected to start operations in 2021 and 2019, respectively. China North Industries Group Corporation is the operator for Panjin II refinery, while PT Palembang GMA Refinery Consortium is the operator for Palu refinery.

Duqm I has the fourth highest planned DCU capacity with 52 mbd. The refinery is located in Oman and is expected to start operations in 2021.  Duqm Refinery and Petrochemical Industries LLC is the operator. The refinery has a total capex of $7.0bn. 

The Barmer refinery in India has the fifth highest DCU capacity with a capacity of 47 mbd. The refinery is expected to start operations in 2022 with a total capex of $6.5bn and HPCL Rajasthan Refinery Ltd is the operator.               

The remaining refineries with planned DCU capacities are Pulau Muara Besar in Brunei, Aliaga in Turkey, Zhanjiang III in China, and Mostorod II in Egypt. These have capacities of 46 mbd, 40 mbd, 32 mbd and 25 mbd, respectively.


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