Marathon Texas City Refinery II
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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • The Marathon Texas City refinery is one of the largest and most complex in the U.S., with a Nelson complexity index of 15.3. The facility is strategically positioned to provide products throughout the U.S. Gulf Coast, Midwest and Southeast, as well as into export markets. The refinery has the flexibility to process a wide range of crude oils, and has access to price-advantaged mid-continent and Canadian crudes via pipelines as well as waterborne cargoes.

Refining Units

  • Atmospheric Distillation, 456,000
  • Vacuum Distillation, 237,000
  • Delayed Coker, 33,000
  • Fluidised Catalytic Cracker, 175,000 + 8,000
  • Hydrocracker, 60,000
  • Catalytic Reforming, 63,000 + 75,000
  • Solvent Deasphalting, 17,000
  • Hydrotreating
    • Naphtha, 114,000
    • Gasoline, 47,000
    • Kerosene, 79,000
    • Diesel, 59,000
    • Residual, 70,000
    • Heavy Gasoil, 105,000

Terminal Capacity

  • Crude Oil:
  • Refined Products:

Crude Supply

  • It is one of the most flexible refineries in the world, and in 2009 it processed 54 different types of crude oil from oil over the world.
  • It receives approximately 70% of its crude oil via a marine terminal

Products Produced

  • gasoline, ultra low sulfur diesel, jet fuel, chemical feed stocks and heavy fuels

Ongoing Projects

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Other Information

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  • 2005 - A major explosion killed 15 workers at the refinery and injured many more.
  • 2011 - BP decided to sell the refinery
  • 2012 - BP agrees to pay more than $13 million and abate violations in settlement agreement with US Department of Labor
  • 2012 - Marathon Petroleum acquired the refinery from BP
  • 2013 - Marathon completes the acquistion from BP

Relevant Links

  1. Refinery Fact Sheet
  2. BP Refining USA
  3. BP Issues Final Report on Fatal Explosion, Announces $1 billion Investment at Texas City
  4. Texas City Refinery Update Following April’s Power Outages
  5. BP agrees to pay more than $13 million and abate violations in settlement agreement with US Department of Labor
  6. Marathon Petroleum to Purchase BP's Texas City Refinery and Related Logistics and Marketing Assets
  7. Purchase of BP's Texas City Refinery and Related Assets Closes

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