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Louisiana Refining Division

  • Site: Located in Garyville, La. between New Orleans and Baton Rouge on approximately 3,500 acres of land adjacent to U.S. Highway 61 and the Mississippi River
  • History: Construction began in 1973 by ECOL, Ltd.; completed in 1976, when the company purchased and started up the plant; last grassroots refinery built in the U.S.; located on former San Francisco Plantation property, designated a National Historic Landmark; a $3.9 billion refinery expansion project completed in 2009
  • Refining Capacity: Third largest U.S. refinery with 522,000 barrels per calendar day
  • Crude Oil Supply: Wide range of both sweet and sour crude oils
  • Operations: Crude distillation, hydrocracking, catalytic cracking, hydrotreating, reforming, alkylation, isomerization, sulfur recovery and coking
  • Products: Gasoline, distillates, fuel-grade coke, polymer-grade propylene, asphalt, propane, slurry and sulfur
  • Product Distribution: Pipeline, transport truck, barge, rail and ocean tanker
  • Employment: Approximately 850 employees and 650 contract workers

    Garyville Refinery Fact Sheet


    For additional details on safety & environmental stewardship and community involvement, download the Louisiana Refining Division Fact Sheet.

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