Bosanski Brod Refinery

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Summary Information

Refining Units

  • CDU
  • Vacuum Distillation - 11,980 bpd
  • Catalytic Reformer
  • Hydrocracker - 7,200 bpd
  • LPG Treatment
  • Hydrodesulphurization
    • Naphtha - 5,850 bpd

Terminal Capacity

  • Crude Oil:
  • Refined Products:

Crude Supply

Products Produced

  • Motor fuels
  • Diesel fuels
  • Bitumens
  • Liquid Petroluem gas
  • Gas oil
  • Fuel oil
  • Sulphur

Ongoing Projects

Other Information

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  • “Oil Refinery” j.s.c. with f.l. Brod was founded in 1892 by Hungarian company for chemical industry called Danica. The capacity of the refinery was 25000 tones per year.
  • In 1927 having completed negotiations with Standard Oil Company, the state sold the Oil refinery. The new owner built up new distillery with the capacity of 300 tones per day.
  • 1968 - Snam Progetti completed an expansion to take capacity to 2 million ton per year.
  • 1969 - Hydrocracker commissioned
  • In 1990 the new processing line was built with the processing capacity of 3 mil tones per year. It comprised 10 production processes.
  • Having been sold to the Russian company Zarubezneft the reconstruction was finished and the old processing line was set into operation with the capacity of 1.2 mil tones per year.
  • In 2009 reconstruction of facilities on the new processing line started.

Relevant Links

  1. Refinery Website
  2. Russia Kindles Flame Of Hope In Bosnia Refinery - Reuters
  3. Srpski Brod Oil Refinery - Hydrocarbons Technology
  4. Zarubezneft to boost Bosnian Refinery Capacity
  5. WIG References
  6. Saipem Grass Roots Refineries
  7. Saipem Hydrocracking Units
  8. Saipem Vacuum Distillation Units

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