Cilacap Refinery
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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • A large simple refinery

Refining Units

Terminal Capacity

  • Crude Oil:
  • Refined Products:

Crude Supply

  • The refinery processes imported crude oil from Saudi Arabia, Iran, and other countries as well as local crude
  • The crude oil has higher sulfur content

Products Produced

  • Gasoil, jet, kerosine, gasoline and asphalt

Ongoing Projects

Other Information

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History

  • 1974 - Refinery was commissioned with initial capacity of 100,000 barrels / day
    • Capacity increased through debottlenecking project to be 118 000 barrels / day
  • 1983 - Capacity was increased by 200 000 barrels / day by the addition of a second train, FOC II
  • 1999 - The capacity of FOC II was increased to 230 000 barrels / day. As a result, processing of crude oil in the existing refinery complex increased by approximately 16 percent and naphtha production capacity more than doubled. Low sulfur waxy residual oil and lube oil production capacity increased by 28 and 68 percent, respectively. The project was managed by Fluor and funded by Ex-Im Bank
  • 1999 - Ex-Im Bank completed a $283 million loan conversion in support of the refinery expansion
  • 2014 - MOU sign with Aramco for upgrade

Relevant Links

  1. TENDER ANNOUNCEMENT FOR ENGINEERING, PROCUREMENT & CONSTRUCTION (EPC) OF THE RESID FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING PROJECT
  2. Oil refining industry in Indonesia
  3. Indonesia's Refining Growth
  4. Pertamina Refinery Unit IV / Cilacap refinery is now fully operational
  5. EX-IM Bank Completes $283 Million Loan Conversion For Indonesia's Cilacap Oil Refinery Expansion
  6. Saudi Aramco chosen as partner to upgrade the refinery

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