- Ownership: Husky Energy
- Website: http://www.huskyenergy.com/
- Location: Lima, Ohio, USA
- Capacity: 8 million tons/annum & 160,000 bbl/day
- Nelson Complexity:
- Atmospheric Distillation - 160,000
- Vacuum Distillation - 52,000
- Delayed Coker - 23,000
- Fluidised Catalytic Cracker - 40,000
- Hydrocracker - 26,000
- Catalytic Reformer - 55,000
- Isomerisation Unit
- Naphtha - 63,000
- Gasoline - 35,000
- Diesel - 30,000
- Sulphur Recovery Unit
- Crude Oil: 1 million barrels
- Refined Products: 3 million barrels
- Approximately 80 percent of crude oil processed is domestic. The balance comes from the North Sea and West Africa.
- The crude oil supplied to the refinery is delivered via the Marathon and Mid Valley Crude Oil Pipeline.
- The Millennium pipeline allows the delivery of up to 65,000 bpd of foreign waterborne crude oil to the Mid-Valley pipeline at Longview, Texas.
- The Mid-Valley pipeline is also supplied with West Texas Intermediate domestic crude oil via the West Texas Gulf pipeline.
- The Marathon pipeline is supplied via the Capline, Ozark, Platte, ExxonMobil and Mustang pipelines.
- gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, residual fuels and petrochemical feedstocks
- For details see Lima Refinery Upgrade Project
- Husky plans to review options for reconfiguring and expanding the Lima refinery to process heavy crude oil and bitumen
- 1886 - Refinery Commissioned
- 1998 - Clack acquired the refinery from BP
- 2005 - BOC signed contract to provide hydrogen
- 2005 - Valero acquired Premcor, which owned the refinery along with refineries in Port Arthur, Texas, and Memphis, Tennessee
- 2007 - Acquired by Husky for $1.9 Billion
- 2015 - A fire occurred in the hydrocracker
- Refinery Webpage
- Refinery Fact Sheet
- Premcor 2004 Annual Report
- Husky Energy To Acquire Lima Refinery From Valero Energy Corporation
- BOC To Supply Hydrogen To Premcor Refinery In Lima, Ohio
- Valero Energy Corporation to Sell Lima Refinery to Husky Energy for $1.9 Billion
- Husky Energy Updates Lima Refinery Incident