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BP- The combination of BP, Amoco, and Arco formed the new bp with annual revenues of $120 billion and 24 refineries (owned or partly-owned) worldwide. The company has two calciners in the U.S. West Coast and in 2002, BP acquired Veba (Germany) with two additional calciners. Total calcining capacity is 1.3 million MT/year.

Chevron - A large integrated petroleum company involved in every aspect of the industry, from exploration and production to transportation, refining and retail marketing, as well as chemicals manufacturing and sales.

CITGO - The company manufactures and markets a full range of petroleum products including gasoline, jet fuel, diesel fuel, asphalt, petrochemicals, lubricants, petroleum coke and waxes.

ExxonMobil - The combination of Exxon and Mobil in 1999, created one of the world's largest refiners producing petroleum coke. The company invented and commercialized the fluid catalytic cracking process over 50 years ago and continues to be the leader in implementing fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) process improvements.

Flint Hills Resources- a wholly owned subsidiary of Koch Industries Inc, owns and operates two refineries in the United States that produce approximately 1.4 million MT/year of petcoke.

Kuwait Petroleum - KPC is the state-owned entity responsible for Kuwait's hydrocarbon interests throughout the world. The refiner is a major producer of calcinable-grade petroleum coke.

Marathon- Marathon Ashland Petroleum LLC has cokers in both Louisiana and Illinois. Their petcoke sales go into both fuel-grade and calcining applications.

Motiva-Motiva operates cokers in Texas and Louisiana with a combined production of approximately 1.5 million MT/year of petcoke.

PDVSA - The addition of new cokers from the company's joint-venture coker projects will increase petroleum coke availability from Venezuela.

PEMEX(Spanish only) Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) is Mexico's oil monopoly and is in the midst of a wave of investment which includes the addition of new coking capacity at various refineries around the country.

Phillips 66- The company's coking technology is used in over two dozen cokers that produce about 16 million tons of coke, or one third of the world's annual delayed coking capacity. P66 is recognized as the industry leader in feedstock selection, feedstock treatment, delayed coking and calcining technology.

Petrobras - The Brazilian company is a major producer and refiner of petroleum products. The company is currently installing six new cokers that will add an additional 2.3 million MT/year of coking capacity by 2012. The company is a key supplier of low sulfur petroleum coke to the calcining industry.

Repsol-YPF - An oil, chemical and gas company, carrying out activities in exploration and production, refining, distribution and marketing, chemicals and natural gas and electricity. In 1999, Repsol acquired 97.5% of YPF S.A., a leading refining company in Argentina and one of the largest in Latin America.

Shell - Royal Dutch Shell is an international exploration, refining and marketer of crude oil and refined products. Their five refineries in the U.S. with coking units produce a wide variety of petcoke.

Valero - Valero has the capacity to process 2 million barrel/days at it's thirteen North America refineries. Five of these refineries have cokers which generate approximately 2.9 million MT/year of petcoke.

This listing is for the reference purposes only. Jacobs Consultancy Inc. does not necessarily endorse any company or organization shown above.

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