Liquified Petroleum Gas (Cooking Gas)
It is a mixture of hydrocarbons (propane and butane) produced from refining crude oil and two types of kerosene are produced i.e. aviation kerosene used as aircraft fuel and household kerosene used for home heating and cooking.
It is a mixture of hydrocarbons produced after treating and improving naphtha produced from distillation units. Unleaded gasoline with octane number 95 is produced.
The company produces many mineral oils, including multi-grade and single-grade gasoline engine oils, as well as single-grade diesel engine oils for light and heavy duty services, multi-grades for light and heavy duty services, hydraulic oils, automobile and industrial gear oils, compressor oils, marine oils and heating oils.
It is a mixture of heavy hydrocarbon compounds and is produced from the vacuum fractionation of the harvested ore and is used in paving roads and insulating buildings.
The Company houses the following production and service facilities:
- The first refining unit, which was started in 1974 with a crude oil refining capacity of 60,000 barrels per day, where both types of liquefied gas and gasoline are produced i.e. jet fuel, diesel oil and heavy fuel oil.
Company’s Products and Daily Quantities
- The second identical refining unit was inaugurated in 1977 with the same production capacity as the first unit to double the refining capacity of the company to 120,000 barrels per day.
- Azzawiya and Benghazi Asphalt Plants, where the first was opened in 1980 and the second in 1984, with a total capacity of 200,000 tons of asphalt annually.
Company Products and Daily Quantities (M3)
- A plant for blending and filling mineral oils, which was added to the company in 1983, with a production capacity of 60,000 tons per year of various mineral oils. The following are the quantities of mineral oils produced per day :
Quantities of Mineral Oils Produced Daily
|1 liter line
|4 liter line ( barrel )
200 liter barrel
|120,000 Can of Oil 20/50
|15000 barrels( several oils )
- The Company’s Oil Port
It includes three sea berths through which the operations of loading and unloading of crude oil as well as other oil products take place.