The downstream business in Nigeria is effectively established. NNPC has four refineries, two in Port Harcourt (PHRC), and one each in Kaduna (KRPC) and Warri (WRPC). The refineries have a mixed installed capacity of 445,000 bpd. A comprehensive network of pipelines and depots strategically situated all through Nigeria hyperlinks these refineries.

The PHRC is made up of two refineries, positioned at Alesa Eleme close to Port Harcourt with a jetty (for product import and export). The jetty is located 7.5km away from the refinery complicated. In 1983, the Port Harcourt refinery with 60,000 bpsd identify plate CDU capability and the tankage amenities were acquired by NNPC from SHELL. Subsequently, a new a hundred and fifty,000 bpsd export refinery was in-built 1988 and commissioned in 1989. Due to this fact, the current combined installed capacity of PHRC is 210,000 bpsd.

The put in capacities of KRPC and WRPC are 110,000 bpsd and 125,000 bpsd respectively.

NNPC, by way of its subsidiary, the Pipelines and Products Advertising Firm (PPMC), provides solely to bulk customers. They, in flip, meet the wants of millions of consumers throughout the country for products starting from gasoline and jet gasoline to diesel, gas oil and liquefied petroleum gasoline.

REFINERIES:

v PORT HARCOURT REFINING Company(PHRC)

v KADUNA REFINING & PETROCHEMICAL Firm Limited(KRPC)

v WARRI REFINING & PETROCHEMICAL Company Restricted(WRPC)

Observe: NNPC produces linear alkyl benzene, benzene, heavy alkylate and deparafinated kerosene at its Kaduna Refinery complex. Linked to the Warri Refinery are a 35,000 metric ton per annum (mtpa) polypropylene plant and an 18,000-mtpa carbon black plant.