OUR OPERATIONS & PROJECTS
EDO REFINERY & PETROCHEMICALS
(6000 BARRELS PER DAY OIL REFINERY)
A refinery fully owned and developed by AIPCC. It is located in Ologbo, Ikpoba Okha LGA of Edo State. The project is executed in two trains of 1,000BPSD; and 5,000BPSD, and will be fully operational by September 2020.
AIPCC is nearing completion of its fully owned mini-LNG plant to be located in Edo State in Nigeria's gas rich Niger Delta. The project will be executed in two phases: Phase 1 with 12 MMSCFD, and Phase 2 with 100 MMSCFD, with all fully financed. Phase 1 has completed fabrication.
KOKO REFINERY & PETROCHEMICALS
(30000 BARRELS PER DAY OIL REFINERY)
AIPCC has neared completion of our fully owned and operated 30,000BPD refinery in Koko, Delta State. AIPCC is responsible for the full Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Operations, Management and Finance. Phase 2 will double capacity to 60,000 BPD with Phase 3 at 90,000.
AIPCC EQUIPMENT FABRICATION YARD
Being promoters in the oil and gas industry with a focus on modular refineries and flare gas recovery, AIPCC Energy is setting up a fabrication yard in Ologbo, Edo state.
The bulk of equipment used in the oil sector are manufactured and shipped to the country. This fabrication yard will help reduce the project delivery timeline and will boost local content involvement in the sector, inline with the federal government’s initiative to increase local refining and gas processing capacity.
12/70 MMSCFD GAS PROCESSING PLANT// 15 MW GAS POWER PLANT GREEN ENERGY INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
AIPCC Energy Limited is carrying out the Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Operations and Management for Green Energy International's 12 MMSCFD Gas Processing Plant that is expandable to 70 MMSCFD. This gas will be used to power a 15 MW gas-fired plant, of which 5 MW will be dedicated to the Otitakpo communities. In addition, a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) extraction plant will be installed as part of the gas processing facility. Part of this LPG will be used by the Otitakpo communities and to support small scale gas industries. Both portions for the domestic and small scale gas industries shall be calculated based on a maximum annual supply of 1500 tons. These projects fall under Green Energy's small scale gas utilisation program (SSGUP).