BPCL is proud owner of multiple refinery units
Bharat Petroleum’s Mumbai Refinery is one of the most versatile Refineries in India and excels in all aspects like quality, technology, fuel & loss, human relations, safety, environmental friendliness and operating cost. With successful implementation of various projects and de-bottlenecking, our Refineries currently process about 12 Million Metric Tons of crude oil per annum. BPMR has processed 61 different types of crude in five decades of its operations, making it one of the most flexible Refineries in the country. Our Refinery use latest microprocessor based Digital Distributed Control System (DDCS) and has been accredited with ISO 9002 (Quality Management System), the refinery laboratory has also been accredited with the unique distinction of a quality certification from NABL for “Quality Assurance Laboratory”.
Kochi Refinery, a unit of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited, embarked on its journey in 1966 with a capacity of 50,000 barrels per day. Formerly known as Cochin Refineries Limited and renamed as Kochi Refineries Limited, the refinery was originally established in collaboration with Phillips Petroleum Corporation, USA. Today it is a frontline entity as the unit of the Fortune 500 Company, BPCL.
Numaligarh Refinery Limited is a public sector oil company set up in the year 1993, with its 3 MMT refinery situated in Numaligarh, Assam. The Refinery is one of the most technologically advanced and environment friendly refineries in the country. BPCL is the major share holder with 61.65% of the Company’s paid up equity capital; the other shareholders being the Government of Assam with 12.35% and Oil India Limited with 26 % . Though majority of the Refinery products are marketed through BPCL and other oil companies, NRL markets a small amount of its products through its own network of retail outlets aptly named ‘Energy Stations’.
Bharat Oman Refineries Limited (BORL), a company promoted by Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) and Oman Oil Company Limited (OOCL), is setting up a 6 MMTPA grass root refinery at Bina, district – Sagar, Madhya Pradesh along with crude supply system consisting of a Single Point Mooring system (SPM), Crude Oil Storage Terminal (COT) at Vadinar, District – Jamnagar, Gujrat and 935 Km long cross country crude pipeline from Vadinar to Bina.