Exxon Billings Refinery
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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • A small complex refinery, capable of processing heavy & sour crude

Refining Units

  • Atmospheric Distillation, 60,000 bbl/day
  • Vacuum Distillation, 28,900 bbl/day
  • Delayed Coker, 10,400 bbl/day
  • Fluidised Catalytic Cracker, 23,500
  • Hydrocracker, 6,200 bbl/day
  • Catalytic Reformer, 12,500 bbl/day
  • Naphtha Hydrotreating: 13,900 bbl/day
  • Gasoline Desulphurisation: 18,900 bbl/day
  • Kerosine Desulphurisation: 13,900 bbl/day
  • Diesel Desulphurisation: 10,000 bbl/day

Terminal Capacity

  • Crude Oil:
  • Refined Products:

Crude Supply

  • The refinery processes crude from Canada, including Alberta Oil Sands Crude
  • Wyoming Crude is also processed
  • Crude is supplied via the Silvertip Crude Oil Pipeline which runs under the Yellowstone River

Products Produced

  • All grades of gasoline, Conventional gasoline blendstocks for blending with ethanol, Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel fuels, Asphalt, Butane, Propane
  • Products are distribute via the Yellowstone Oil Products Pipeline

Ongoing Projects

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Other Information

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  • 1949 - Refinery operations started
  • 1954 - The world's first Fluid Coker was commissioned at the refinery
  • 2003 - The low sulphur gasoline project was completed
  • 2009 - Catalytic Reduction Reactor commissioned

Relevant Links

  1. Billings Brochure
  2. Low Sulfur Mogas Project Billings, MT
  3. ExxonMobil Catalytic Reduction Reactor
  4. Statement by ExxonMobil Pipeline Company Regarding Crude Oil Release into Yellowstone River in Montana

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