Traditional Refineries

Conventional Petroleum Refineries

Amerisource and its team delivers proven technology, engineering, design, procurement, construction, installation, commissioning, startup and maintenance of traditional crude refineries, conventional crude refineries, full-conversion crude oil refineries, and petrochemical plants on an EPC turnkey basis or EPCM basis with clients desired petroleum products and petrochemical products.

Our Petroleum refinery technologies in collaboration with our process licensors, focus on highest yield for petroleum products: Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel, Premium Gasoline, Jet Fuel, Kerosene, Fuel Oil and LPG. Any type of crude oil and gas condensate could be used as feedstock based on the refinery configuration.

The complexity of the conventional petroleum refineries depends on the feedstock and desired petroleum products, grades, and yields. Installed refining capacities ranges from 50,000 bpd, 200,000 bpd, 300,000 bpd refineries and higher capacities. These large capacity refineries are generally constructed at site and involves detailed project planning and implementation for both the Inside Battery Limits (ISBL) and the Outside Battery Limits (OSBL) of the refinery facility. Alternatively, clients can choose to construct modular refineries from 1,000 bpd to 25,000 bpd and increase their throughput to 100,000 bpd or more as their revenue and financial capabilities increases. 

At the request of our clients, Amerisource will provide feasibility studies, market appraisals and project conceptual engineering design study to determine project suitability, required equipment and the infrastructure that will support the refinery equipment and the overall refinery facility’s project development. The majority of the planning and designs are accomplished during the early stages of the project. These initial studies forms part of the preliminary engineering studies requirement for potential investors and would lead to financial close of the refinery project financing and/or investment.