MISSISSAUGA REFINERY - Annual capacity of more than 1 billion liters per year
Located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, Petro-Canada Lubricants’ base oil refinery is one of the largest in the world. As a world-class lubricants plant and the first Group III producer in North America, it produces specialty base oils, process oils and white oils that are among the purest in the world.
CHEYENNE REFINERY- 52,000 bpd
The Cheyenne Refinery is located in Cheyenne, Wyoming and has a crude oil capacity of 52,000 barrels per day. Crude oil is purchased from local producers and is also imported via the Express Pipeline from Canada. Cheyenne's refined products are marketed primarily in the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountain region, which includes eastern Colorado (including the Denver metropolitan area), eastern Wyoming and western Nebraska (the Eastern Slope).
EL DORADO REFINERY- 135,000 bpd
The El Dorado Refinery is located in El Dorado, Kansas and is one of the largest refineries in the plains states and the Rocky Mountain region with a crude oil capacity of 135,000 barrels per day. The El Dorado Refinery can select from many different types of crude oil because of its direct access to the Cushing, Oklahoma hub, which is connected by pipelines to the Gulf Coast and to Canada. This access, combined with the El Dorado Refinery's complexity, gives it the flexibility to refine a wide variety of crude oils. El Dorado's refined products are marketed primarily in the eastern slope of the Rocky Mountain region, which includes eastern Colorado (including the Denver metropolitan area), eastern Wyoming and the plains states.
NAVAJO REFINERY- 100,000 bpd
The Navajo Refinery is located in Artesia, New Mexico and has a crude oil capacity of 100,000 barrels per day. The Navajo Refinery can process heavy, sour and light, sweet crude oils and runs a predominant slate of Permian Basin crudes that are gathered in West Texas and Southeast New Mexico. The refinery can also source a variety of crude oils from Cushing, Oklahoma including Canadian crudes. The Navajo refinery serves markets in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico.
TULSA REFINERY- 125,000 bpd
The Tulsa Refinery is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma and has a crude oil capacity of 125,000 barrels per day. The Tulsa Refinery primarily processes sweet crude oils; however, it has the capability to process sour crude oils when economics dictate, and serves the markets in the Mid-Continent region of the United States.
WOODS CROSS- 31,000 bpd
The Woods Cross Refinery is located north of Salt Lake City, Utah and has a crude oil capacity of 31,000 barrels per day. The Woods Cross Refinery is a high conversion refinery that has advantaged access to regional sweet and black wax crudes as well as pipeline access to Canadian crude oils. Woods Cross refined products are marketed primarily in Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Wyoming, and eastern Washington.