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  • Rio de Janeiro
  • Tam International
  • Inox Tech
  • K&B Industries
  • Luminell RLX
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • OpenField Technology
  • Rio de Janeiro
  • VFL Energy
  • Packers Plus
  • BEA
  • Chero Piping
  • Ipojuca - PE

    Petroquimica Suape, capacity 1.390.000 bpd

  • Bacabeira - MA

    Premium I, capacity 600.000 bpd

  • Paulínia - San Paolo

    Ref.De Paulinia, capacity 365.000 bpd

  • Conde - BA

    Ref. Landulpho Alves, capacity 323.000 bpd

  • Pacém - CE

    Premium II, capacity 200.000 bpd

  • Duque de Caxias - RJ

    Ref. Duque de Caxias, capacity 242.000 bpd

  • Araucária - PR

    Ref. Presidente Getulio Vargas, capacity 189.000 bpd

  • Suape

    Construction of Refinaria Abreu e Lima with 230.000 b/d

  • Canoas - RS

    Ref. Alberto Pasqualini, capacity 189.000 bpd

  • Cubatão - San Paolo

    Ref. Pres. Bernarder, capacity 170.000 bpd

  • Betim - MG

    Ref. Gabriel Passos, capacity 151.000 bpd

  • Itaboraí - RJ

    Compl. Petroq. do RJ, capacity 150.000 bpd

  • Guamaré - RN

    Clara Camarao, capacity 34.000 bpd

  • Mauá - San Paolo

    Ref. de Capuava, capacity 53.000 bpd

  • Manaus - AM

    Ref. Isaac Sabá, capacity 46.000 bpd

  • São José dos Campos - San paolo

    Ref. Henrique Lage, capacity 251.000 bpd

Brazil Refineries

  • Brazil has experienced rapidly expanding oil, natural gas, and electricity consumption in recent years.
  • Brazil was the largest producer of liquid fuels in South America in 2011.
  • Natural gas constitutes only a small portion of Brazil's total energy consumption.
  • Brazil has the third-largest electricity sector in the Western Hemisphere, behind the United States and Canada.

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