Rome Refinery
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Summary Information

  • Also known as Raffineria di Roma
  • Ownership: ERG / Total
  • Website:
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Capacity: 4.3 million tons/annum & 86,000 bbl/day
  • Nelson Complexity:
  • Refining Depth:

Brief Description

  • A medium sized low complexity refinery that utilises low sulphur crude from North Africa

Refining Units

Terminal Capacity

  • Crude Oil:
  • Refined Products:

Crude Supply

  • process mainly low-sulphur crude oils originating from the Mediterranean basin and West Africa
  • Crude oils with high-sulphur content are also processed for the production of bitumen
  • The Refinery site is connected to the depot/booster station in Fiumicino by two pipeline
  • Two off-shore platforms connected to the Fiumicinostation via four sea-lines are used for crude oil products/receipt, and products dispatch by sea

Products Produced

  • -

Ongoing Projects

  • The refinery is to be converted into a terminal


  • 1965 - Refinery is commissioned
  • 1990 - Topping unit revamp
  • 2010 - The refinery became part of the TotalErg joint venture
  • 2012 - TotalErg announce the closure of the refinery

Other Information

  • The area served by the refinery is characterised by a high demand for transportation fuels, which the refinery production is not able to meet. As a result, the Rome refinery is also an important logistical base: a certain amount of products, equal to 50% of refinery production, arrives from the outside, using the structure as a transit depot.

Relevant Links

  1. Studi Tecnologie Progetti Refining References
  2. Refinery Webpage
  3. Raffinerie de Rome S.p.A Presentation
  4. TotalErg: Raffineria di Roma transformation project approved

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