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EDO REFINERY

A refinery fully owned and developed by AIPCC. It is located in Ologbo, Ikpoba Okha LGA of Edo State. Edo Refinery has been commissioned and is fully operational. Our refined products from Edo Refinery are: Diesel, Naphtha, Fuel Oil & LPG. Phase 2 expansion to 15,000 BPD has commenced and will produce PMS (Gasoline) in addition to our current refined product slate.

OUR ASSETS & OPERATIONS

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AIPCC LNG & LPG

AIPCC is nearing completion of its fully owned mini-LNG plant located 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. AIPCC has also developed a 12 MMSCFD proof of concept LPG plant located in the same complex.

AIPCC EQUIPMENT FABRICATION YARD

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KOKO REFINERY

AIPCC has neared completion of our fully owned and operated 30,000BPD refinery located on the Benin River in Koko, Delta State. This refinery will produce Naphtha, Diesel, Low Pour Fuel Oil, LPG, Propane, & Paint Solvent, with revenues exceeding 2.0 billion USD annually.  AIPCC is responsible for the full Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Operations, Management and Finance. Phase 2 will increase capacity to 50,000 BPD, with revenues exceeding 4.5 billion USD annually, and will commence immediately upon Phase 1's completion. In addition to Phase 1's product slate, Phase 2 will produce: Sulfur, Sulfuric Acid, Vacuum Gas Oil, Base Oil, & Bitumen. 

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Being promoters in the oil and gas industry with a focus on modular refineries and flare gas recovery, AIPCC Energy has set up a world class first of its kind fabrication yard in Koko, Delta State. The facility is set to be completed in Q3 2022. 

 

The bulk of equipment used in Nigeria's 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.