Pascagoula Refinery
rating: 0+x

Related Pages

Refineries in Mississippi

Chevron Refineries

Refinery News

{"module":"feed\/FeedModule","params":{"src":"http:\/\/\/feed\/pages\/pagename\/blog%3A_start\/category\/blog\/tags\/Refinery\/limit\/10\/t\/My+Blog","limit":"5","module_body":"* %%linked_title%%"}}

  • Want a weekly review of refining news?

Refining Blog Entries

Summary Information

  • Ownership: Chevron
  • Website:
  • Location: Mississippi, USA
  • Capacity: 16.5 million tons/annum & 330,000 bbl/day
  • Nelson Complexity:
  • Refining Depth:

Brief Description

  • The refinery is a large and very complex one

Refining Units

  • Atmospheric Distillation
  • Fluid Catalytic Cracker (FCC)- 63,000
  • Hydrocracker - 58,000
  • Delayed Coking Unit (Coker) - 105,000
  • Catalytic Reforming - 71,000
  • Hydrotreating
    • Heavy Gas Oil
    • Diesel
    • Naphtha
    • Kerosine
  • Alkylation Units - 14,800
  • Sulphur Recovery Units
  • Base oil production complex

Terminal Capacity

  • Crude Oil:
  • Refined Products:

Crude Supply

  • Most of the crude oil refined at the Chevron Pascagoula Refinery comes from Central and South America.
  • All the crude oil processed at the refinery – over 100 million barrels a year – arrives by marine tanker

Products Produced

  • Chevron's Pascagoula Refinery is primarily a fuels refinery, in that it mainly manufactures motor gasoline, about 130,000 barrels per day (BPD); jet fuel, 50,000 BPD; and diesel fuel, 68,000 BPD. Other products include fuel oils such as bunker fuel, Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), aviation gasoline, jet fuels, petroleum coke and sulfur.
  • Products can be supplied to the Plantation Oil Products Pipeline

Ongoing Projects

  • $1.4 Billion is being invested in a new lubricants plant.
  • The facility will manufacture 25,000 barrels per day of premium base oil and will be completed in 2013

Other Information

  • -


  • 1963 - The refinery began operations
  • 1983 - The refinery expanded its crude oil processing capabilities to process and treat low-grade heavier, sour, foreign crude oil
  • 2003 - The Clean Fuels Project, converted the Residuum Desulfurization (RDS) Unit from its original service of de-sulfurizing residuum. The unit is now a gas oil hydrotreater that produces ultra low-sulfur process feed for the FCC
  • 2014 - The base oil production facility was completed

Relevant Links

  1. Refinery Website
  2. Refinery Flowchart
  3. Chevron to Build $1.4 Billion Lubricants Plant in Pascagoula, Miss
  4. KBR Awarded Construction Contract for Chevron's Base Oil Project in Pascagoula, MS
  5. Commercial Production Begins at Chevron’s New Premium Base Oil Plant

Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License